I've promised the last 3 to someone else. I'll have a new batch in about 2 weeks.
Good news, I have more units in stock again. For OBD1 there is now a choice between my OBD1 adapter (multicolor wires) and a black OBD1 adapter. My adapter supports ETACS and Chrome for OBD1 cars, whereas the black OBD1 adapter does not. There is a price difference of $10 between the OBD1 adapters.How much for the tool and obd1 cable
So you're the guy(that made this)....this is capable of telling me much more than a voltmeter does when its hooked up to pins 1 & 12 lol....how much for the device? I'd rather replace 1 injector than 6.Yes, I've made it work with all 3S combinations, this includes Chrome/Jester ECU, and conversion harness types also.
Pretty much what the factory scantool does for our car, this does also, at a fraction of the cost.So you're the guy(that made this)....this is capable of telling me much more than a voltmeter does when its hooked up to pins 1 & 12 lol....how much for the device? I'd rather replace 1 injector than 6.
Yes it will work on your 95 TT, and all year model Stealths and 3000GTs also. You need the OBD2/MUT cable that fits on 1994-1999 year model cars.Hi,
I have a 95 Stealth TT, been told it's a hybrid OBD1-OBD2, will your scan tool work OK on it, and which cable will I need?
The update is optional. I use different microcontrollers from time to time, and the update was required to support it. No harm in updating if you like.