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Recommendation for OBDII reader


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#1 dcolemanca

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Posted 30 June 2004 - 01:46 PM

For Subaru Outback Legacy 1997

From another thread these appear to be the most functional and well priced:

So far I found this:
http://laplogger.com/shop_now.shtml

and this:
http://www.obdmeter.com/index.html

Any reason I should get the second one which is bit more expensive?

Any others I should look at?

I am planning to use a windows XP laptop for the job

TIA

#2 Hondasucks

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 04:17 AM

well, if you want a KICK @SS one, it'll cost ya ($1500) but Mac Tools carries a Mac-Branded versiion of the OTC Genesys tool, which will not only work with OBDII, but also OBD-I cars as well. As for a just a code reader, those run about $300, but having used oen of the higher end scan tools, they are sooo much better!




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