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stevestr

Obd Connector

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Forgive me if this has been covered before,tried a search and could not find anything.

Does anyone know the location of th OBD11 connector.

Thanks

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Little cubby hole to the right of the steering wheel (has a door you pull down)

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Does anyone know of any useful software,hopefully free, to read fault codes etc

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I have a iPhone app that tells you what a code means if that's any use to you.

Other than that get yourself a ODB reader on eBay and sniff around for software.

I'm sure someone here could point you in the right direction.

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I have a iPhone app that tells you what a code means if that's any use to you.

Other than that get yourself a ODB reader on eBay and sniff around for software.

I'm sure someone here could point you in the right direction.

Anyone with experience with this reader: http://www.dealextreme.com/p/obdii-bluetooth-car-diagnostic-cable-black-blue-orange-dc-12v-904442825

They also have a model with USB connection instaed of Bluetooth.

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odb program to android can be downloaded free on panda app its called Torque ''pro'' you can see all live data also;) like usage of horse power and power graph and so on boost pressure...

and it's not illegal to pirate android apps becase they are linux coded. just so you know..

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odb program to android can be downloaded free on panda app its called Torque ''pro'' you can see all live data also;) like usage of horse power and power graph and so on boost pressure...

and it's not illegal to pirate android apps becase they are linux coded. just so you know..

WHAT the hell are you on about? Go read up on copyright law.

Unless the author of the software declares it to be released under an open source, GPL or similar licence, it's protected by copyright by default, regardless of what platform it runs on. Android is based on a Linux kernel (the core) but the rest of it is released under a variety of licenses; the fact Android is free for you to use does not confer upon you any kind of ability to pirate software for it.

I'm sure Ian Hawkins (the guy who wrote Torque) would agree with me...!

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