OBD-II stands for the second generation of On-Board Diagnostics. United States Federal Law standardized this for all vehicles sold in the US since 1996. The OBD-II tracks data about the vehicle like mileage, speed, check engine light issues, and much more. When you go to an auto repair shop, the mechanics use a device to read this port so tha
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- Does my vehicle need to start/be on when I scan?
- Can you use multiple phones for 1 sensor?
- Does this work for diesels?
- How do I know if this is compatible with my vehicle?
- Can I use an adapter with the FIXD sensor?
- Does my vehicle need bluetooth?
- Can I use my computer with the FIXD sensor?
- Can I use my iPad with the FIXD sensor?
- Is the blue light supposed to stay on?