Members with OBD II Code Readers

Started by carl_evs, April 12, 2007, 20:08

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gon

Hi all.
I have an ELM 327 wired and also a bluetooth one :)
If you need anything, I am in Basildon, Essex.
Cheers.

toyoda

I 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.

1979scotte

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.

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11891952

Happy enough to help if I can.  Have a couple of options, based in West Sussex.
Joe.

normanh

Another Basildon Essex member here with both Bluetooth and wired readers

Norman

McSmallface

I've got a wired OBDII reader and happy to help - Haslemere (Surrey)

Microgerry

Hi all

I 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

shnazzle

Quote from: Microgerry on September 26, 2021, 22:48Hi all

I 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
If I'm not mistaken that's the OBDEleven stuff that came out around 2014ish. It's very VAG-specific but maybe it will read codes via the standard OBD2 channels anyway.

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