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OBD II code reader

sled_dog

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Need one for my 97 Chevy. $150 at Auto Zone was just a bit too much but I bet average.
 

Eric M.

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Damn, I should've shopped around. Mine was $500 from Auto X-Ray. You might try e-Bay.

Eric M.
 

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I have an Equus code reader that I am selling. I bought it and never even opened it. I will snap some pic/get the model number off it tonite so you can make sure it's what you're looking for.

If it is what you want, I'll take $100 shipped for it. I payed about $130 with shipping from ebay I think.
 

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OK, it's the Innova Equus 3100. Here is one web site with a review: link

I'm pretty sure the one I have doesn't come with a case though. Let me know if you're interested.
 

Panther

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I know car manufacturers are changing a lot of OBDII vehicles so you can't do that. I know trying to jump the terminals on those cars has catastrophic results. I'm not sure what GM has done.
 
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