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Re: OBD scanner question

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The tractor vet

10-18-2012 11:13:30

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i have been kicking the odea around also and been thinking about a Genesis from The OVER PRICED TOOL COMPANY . As for my needs one that goes to 2005 would be good and if i needed to i can up grade as needed .seen them from 300 to 500 . look for one with the red power button.

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Bryan iniowa

10-21-2012 09:06:36

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 Re: OBD scanner question in reply to The tractor vet, 10-18-2012 11:13:30  
OTC Genisys ,,I have demo"d one once so-so . Lot of guy say they are only good as a wheel chock .lol

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10-21-2012 09:35:54

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 Re: OBD scanner question in reply to Bryan iniowa, 10-21-2012 09:06:36  
Since this subject came up a couple of days ago, I have been researching software to install on my laptop, which would then serve as a full OBD2 analysis tool. Seems like the only information I can find is either wild claims by the manufacturer, or discussion forums where the participants do nothing but argue with each other. I am more confused now than ever before. I even watched a couple of youtube videos, apparently posted by strictly amateurs who don't even know how to edit their own videos for content.

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