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At the moment you cannot do any diagnostic testing, other than checking / clear engine codes. I just checked the Torque app, and noticed I can define custom Diagnostic Tests, so it is possible -- it will require me to do some more research / testing before I release a software update.
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Yes price are still current. $120 USD shipped to USA / Canada. International add $30 extra.
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Power up OBD2 bluetooth, goto Bluetooth search, select "OBDII". Password is either 0000 or 1234. Run Torque App.
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Power up OBD2 bluetooth, goto Bluetooth search, select "OBDII". Password is either 0000 or 1234. Run Torque App.
Question for clarity; Do I need a bluetooth dongle or is the unit itself bluetooth? I'll be using several android tablets.
 

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Question for clarity; Do I need a bluetooth dongle or is the unit itself bluetooth? I'll be using several android tablets.
If you want to do datalogging and/or real-time monitoring and have sufficient PID/sec, i woud highly recommend getting a USB wired adapter. I talked about which one i use in my thread about using this device and how to get maximum speed. Bluetooth is fine if you just want to real codes or do some tests, but is not nearly fast enough for datalogging.
 

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Got it today, 2 days ahead of expected delivery date. And I know for a fact this thing is great because even the wife thinks it's a great idea! Ordered the supposed "100pid/sec" bluetooth dongle thingie from Amazon as a sort of test for jrhorne to see how fast it actually scans. You can see how small the unit is next to my key fobs. Even includes a power wire.

Now I'm working on a mount for an el-cheapo tablet. The mount will probably cost more than the tablet. I believe it will be a bolt on to the console frame with the tablet holder next to the boost gauge so it looks like a continuation of the dash and easy to see. For power, I'm looking at using a USB car charger ripped asunder and wired into the fuse box.

Photos of the grand opening of said box. And yes, I have two (2) working remotes and 3 keys.

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Yes, still available. I have about 20 in stock. When you send payment, let me know if you need OBD1 or OBD2/MUT style cable.
 

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I will be installing the boost module soon. Cant wait to see real psi versus the idiot factory gauge.
That looks like the same one i got. I would caution against using this as a boost reference without cross checking with an actual vacuum operated analog gauge. Mine seems to read significantly higher than my actual boost gauge, i think by around 5-7psi if i recall correctly. I made sure it was configured correctly in the converter, checked all lines, etc, and it just seems to read high... i still log it and use it to qualitatively check boost in my logs but at least in my experience i dont trust it to actually determine what boost i am running (i believe my boost gauge because there is no way i am running 20-24 psi as indicated by this device).
 

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The MPX4250AP - is an absolute pressure sensor, so it includes barometer weather changes too. For this reason, I updated the software so you can Zero it out when the engine is not running. Only problem is, weather can easily change this reading easily by 3 psi or more. So you have to zero it out again when you want "accurate" readings for that day. The MPX4250GP - gauge pressure, it reads 0.0 psi always when the engine is off, as it's designed as "gauge". Only problem is, they're discontinued and are hard to find.
 

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Payment sent, ships out tomorrow. Your paypal transaction will have shipping tracking number attached to it tomorrow.
 

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The MPX4250AP - is an absolute pressure sensor, so it includes barometer weather changes too. For this reason, I updated the software so you can Zero it out when the engine is not running. Only problem is, weather can easily change this reading easily by 3 psi or more. So you have to zero it out again when you want "accurate" readings for that day. The MPX4250GP - gauge pressure, it reads 0.0 psi always when the engine is off, as it's designed as "gauge". Only problem is, they're discontinued and are hard to find.
 
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