Golvery OBD 2 Bluetooth Scanner, OBD II Auto Diagnostic Tool Check Engine Light, Read & Clear Faulty Trouble Codes (Not for iOS)

Golvery OBD 2 Bluetooth Scanner, OBD II Auto Diagnostic Tool Check Engine Light, Read & Clear Faulty Trouble Codes (Not for iOS)

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Golvery OBD 2 Bluetooth Scanner, OBD II Auto Diagnostic Tool Check Engine Light, Read & Clear Faulty Trouble Codes (Not for iOS)



Product Details

  • Brand: Golvery
  • Manufacturer: JTKJ
  • Model: Bluetooth-OBDII-Black
  • Part Number: OBD-II-BLACK
  • Special features: Support any Android, Windows Devices, Bluetooth OBD2, Comfortable with most Cars
  • Power source type: Battery
  • Batteries included: No
  • batteries required: No
  • Manufacturer: JTKJ
  • Item model number: Bluetooth-OBDII-Black
  • Product Dimensions: 6.71 x 4.5 x 1.85 cm; 40.82 Grams
  • Date First Available: Feb. 23 2018
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Bluetooth OBDII Scanner For Android: Download and install the APP, start the car engine, plug the OBD2 adapter into your car's OBD2 port, enable Bluetooth on your phone, search for "OBDII", run the App and connect it, then you could check the fault code. (also compatible with 3rd party apps such as Torque and DashCommand).Safe to leave plugged in, won't drain your car's battery. Please note before purchase: This OBD Adapter is not for iOS, can't work with iPhone, iPad.
  • Fix Simple Problems Yourself - Read and clear check engine light trouble codes (both generic and manufacturer specific), reset Check Engine Light/MIL, prepare smog test and view real-time sensor readings (O2 Readings, EOT, EGT, Throttle, Boost, Speed, Fuel Trim, etc.) using your phone or tablet.
  • Excellent Compatibility for Almost all Car Types - Works with OBD2 / EOBD compliant cars and light trucks (in the United States, vehicles in year 1996 and after are supported).Supports all OBD-II protocols: ISO15765-4 (CAN), ISO14230-4 (KWP2000), ISO9141-2, J1850 VPW, J1850 PWM. (May not support some Hybrid or electric vehicles).
  • Versatile Compatibility - Compatible App and System: Recommend Apps are Torque Pro, Torque Lite (free), OBD Car Doctor (free), etc. on Google Play. Work with Android cellphone and Tablet
  • After-Sales Service - 30-day money back guarantee, 12-month hassle-free replacement warranty and easy to reach, friendly customer support. Problems after one Year? Please, still contact us! We will response you within 24 hours!

Please Note Before Purchase: 1, Only support petrol cars, CAN NOT support diesel cars, electric cars, or hybrid cars.2, Only support Android & Windows phone, CAN NOT support IOS system like iPhone or iPad.3, Works on cars after 1996 to 2016 vehicles (with standard OBDII, CAN)---American(North & South) and AU Cars4, DO NOT work on 1995 Ford Ranger, 2000 Sarum, 2000 Honda Civic, 2001 Altima, 2002 Dodge Neon, 2002 Acura, 2003 GMC, 2003 Ford, 2005 Toyota Vitz, Renault Clio 2005 What can Golvery OBD2 do? 1. Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display their meaning (over 3000 generic code definitions in the database).2. Clear trouble codes and turn off the MIL ('Check Engine' light).3. Display current sensor data.4. Engine RPM.5. Coolant Temperature.6. Calculated Load Value.7. Vehicle Speed.8. Fuel System Status.9. Short Term Fuel Trim.10. Long Term Fuel Trim.11. Intake Manifold Pressure.12. Timing advance. Steps for Connection: 1, Plug the OBD II into your car’s OBD port. ---Check if there is a RED light.2, Search OBD II in your phone’s Bluetooth list. Click it and enter 1234 to connect.3, Download and install Torque Lite APP (Free) on your phone.3.1, Enter Torque Lite APP, click “Settings”--->OBD 2 Adapter Settings--->Bluetooth Settings--->Choose Bluetooth Device--->Select “OBD II”3.2, Once the OBD II connect with Torque Lite APP successfully, the RED light on OBD II will stay on, and the Yellow and Green light will flash4, After connecting, please exist the APP and then enter it again. Then it can work fine for you now. Connection Issues & Troubleshooting 1. No Bluetooth signal. ---Make sure the adapter is fully plugged in and check the cigar fuse of your vehicle. Try on another vehicle if possible. 2. Does not connect to App or connection drops. ---Make sure phone is connected to OBDII. ---Check the App setting and make sure connection method is Bluetooth. ---Do not change the default IP and port in the App settings. ---Try with a different App and make sure only one App is running in the background each time. 3. Does not connect to the vehicle or fail to detect the OBD protocol. ---Make sure the vehicle is OBD2 compliant and the connector pins are not corroded. ---Select automatic for protocol detection(if automatic does not work, select the exact one of your vehicle). ---If it's at key on engine off mode, please start the vehicle and see. Read more