Started by carl_evs, April 12, 2007, 20:08
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Quote from: toyoda on November 16, 2020, 03:25I have a code reader in the west yorkshire area, I will read anyones codes and give advice.But at £18.50 you should think about buying one. Iv'e looked, Its scary the amount of readers there are and the price difference.I do not have any connection with this code reader company and cant remember who I bought it off on ebay but I could find out.It was £18.50 inc post and it reads all mr2 codes and does some live stuff (o2 sensor and injection stuff, it does not read air bag codes , maybe a beter model does that.It is wired not bluetooth and is about the size of a large phone.It is made by Creader. I worked at a car garage a couple of years ago and they had a car diagnostics tablet by the same people, the one at the garage was £1000, for £18.50 you can't go wrong. There is no point buying somthing for £100+ because the mr2 is quite old there is a limit to what you can read with the standard ecu.
Quote from: Microgerry on September 26, 2021, 22:48Hi allI bought an OBD 11 Bluetooth device a few years ago as we had two SEAT cars (now only one) made by Voltas.Will this work with the MR2 to read codes or make any alterations? When I bought it I believed it to work with all VAG cars.Gerry