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#431551 - 16th Sep 2010 10:37am OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner
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I have a ELMSCAN 327 OBD 2 (OBD II) scanner for diagnosing and clearing faults with your car ECU, on board computer, etc. I used it with my previous car (Peugeot 407) and it did everything I needed, but now I have a leased car, so no need for it any more as I am not allowed to "play" with it :-(

It has only been used once to detect and cure one problem, so it is like new. Comes complete with the software disk to install the diagnostic software on your laptop.

If you are interested, make me a SENSIBLE offer for it. Contact Gordon on 07786 698820 (To give you an idea of what to offer, they are currently selling for 69.99 plus P&P on ebay)

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#431582 - 16th Sep 2010 12:47pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
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needs a price mate before the mods delete this

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#431619 - 16th Sep 2010 4:25pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: Tony_1985]
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OK if it needs to have a price then I'll ask for 40. No offers....

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#431658 - 16th Sep 2010 9:09pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
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have you tryed it your self as i bought one and it didnt work if it works ok i might be intersted

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#431674 - 16th Sep 2010 9:49pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: raymondo]
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Yes, Raymondo, as it says in the ad, it worked fine for me. Used it to diagnose a fault with the ABS on the Peugeot 407 I had.

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#431868 - 17th Sep 2010 9:04pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
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30 ill have it? def

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#432011 - 18th Sep 2010 1:13pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: chris_gilly]
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Originally Posted By: chris_gilly
30 ill have it? def


it says 40 NO OFFERS!

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#432277 - 19th Sep 2010 9:18am Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
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35 then

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#432448 - 19th Sep 2010 8:48pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: raymondo]
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When I said 40 no offers, that is exactly what I meant. 40 gets it, and any less doesn't.

I can give no guarantees that it works on every feature on your car. Cars vary from make to make and model to model and the version of software varies by year and sometimes even month. Sometimes the ECU software will have been updated by a dealer. Manufacturer's are always trying to change things in order to tie you into their dealerships for servicing! Naughty practice I know, but it is a fact of life. All I can tell you is that it complies with the OBD 2 standards and it worked fine for what I wanted (ABS/ESP diagnosis) on the 2006 Peugeot 407 that I had.

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#432452 - 19th Sep 2010 9:00pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
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What software is supplied?
& are you sure it does ABS systems?
i have a similar interface and it doesnt cover ABS,

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#432455 - 19th Sep 2010 9:04pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: chris_gilly]
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Chris, as I said in the previous post, it did my ABS. It varies from car to car, manufacturer to manufacturer, software version to software version. The software that comes with it is called Scantool.

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#432463 - 19th Sep 2010 9:29pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
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Just looked on the installation disk and it also has EasyOBDII, OBD2Spy, ScanMaster-ELM and wOBDCRAZY on there, but I know that some of these are demo versions with a time limit on them. ScanMaster-ELM is definitely a demo as the files say so.

It says on the software instructions "we suggest that you can use "scantool_net113win",if you think that this software isn't easy to use, you can free to choose following software: EasyOBDII, OBD2Spy, ScanMaster-ELM. But them require lisence."

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