How to Make an Obd2 Scanner?


I found info on making your own OBD2 Scanner. You need to purchase the interface and cables and can build it for around $15. Pretty cheap, huh? For more information look here:;
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How to Build an OBD2 Scanner
OBD2 is an upgraded version of the OBD1 connection port that links to a vehicle's central computer. This computer contains information about your vehicle's performance. To access the information from your car's computer, you need to build a scanner that... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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