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Old 10-08-2012, 09:40 PM
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How to Connect OBD2 to PC

An OBD2, or OBDII, can be a form of computer system hardware diagnostics machine that is certainly compatible with both laptop and desktop computer systems, as well as having a number of other kinds of electronics equipment. The OBD2 will run a consistency check on any device it is connected to, making sure that no errors are present and that the hardware is functioning appropriately. The OBD2 connects to any personal pc working with its integrated USB cable.


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Find the USB input on the side of one's OBD2 . Connect one particular end on the integrated USB cable to this USB input.

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Connect the other finish with the integrated USB cable to any offered USB input on your desktop or laptop Pc.

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Turn on both your Computer and also the OBD2. Your OBD2 is now connected for your Pc along with the on-board diagnostics menu will now load on its LED screen.

Via : diyobd2.fr

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Old 01-09-2013, 12:32 AM
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hope it can help you and good luck
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:19 PM
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you can find more in the technical support of diyobd2.fr
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