This OBDII scan tool has a large color LCD display to make viewing the information very easy. The buttons are well laid out for easy navigation. The tool is protected with a rubber case to absorb any shocks. The unit does not require any batteries to operate. Most cars manufactured from 1996 will support OBDII diagnostic.
The tool comes with one free download for a car manufacturer codes. You can purchase additional software downloads if you need it. The benefit of this is you pay for what you need. Also you can stay updated with the latest software. My video review will show you how to update the software.
The tool also have quick access buttons to read codes, and erase codes. If you want to venture into more advanced features, this tool is able to show live data in text or graph.
This OldShark Full HD dashcam is a solid unit with all metal constructions. It also has a very large 3″ scratch rsistant LCD display on the back. The dashcam utilize a Novatek NT96650 chipset which provides low power consumption and HD video compression. The lens is a 170 degree wide angle lens which covers what is happening in front you while driving.
The unit has the standard dashcam features such as loop recording, G sensor, plug & play, and capacitor battery. Best of all, it comes with a 32Gb memory card which means you don’t need to spend extra money to buy it. From the video recorded clip, you can see the detail is very good being able to read license plate numbers. The contrast and exposure works well in both daytime and nighttime.
With my recent purchase of the 2017 Nissan Pathfinder, I took some time to give it a good wash and applied wax to seal the paint. This is the perfect time to do this as the vehicle is still very new and the paint is not contaminated. You can use any good quality car wax. For me, I chose the Turtle wax Liquid Ice. This wax is easy to apply and buff off.
I also installed a K&N air filter to replaced the factory paper one. This filter has a cotton filter element and it’s washable. I have used the K&N filter in all my cars for many years without issue. Lastly I will show you the hood and window deflector which the dealer installed as part of the original purchase of the vehicle. So I did not install these.
K&N 33-2031-2 Filter
K&N Filter Service Kit
Turtle ICE Liquid Wax
This OBDII scan tool has a large 3.2” color LCD display to make viewing the information very easy. The buttons are well laid out for easy navigation. The tool is protected with a rubber case to absorb any shocks. The unit does not require any batteries to operate. Most cars manufactured from 1996 will support OBDII diagnostic.
All you need to do is plug it into your car’s OBDII (DLC) port and it will power up using the car’s power. You can then start the vehicle to read any trouble codes or pending codes. If there are trouble codes, you can use this tool to erase the code. The tool also has the ability to clear ABS and SRS trouble lights.
The tool also have quick access buttons to read codes, and erase codes. If you want to venture into more advanced features, this tool is able to show live data in text or graph. You can also connect the unit to a computer with the included USB cable to update its software. There is an option to look up definition of trouble codes simply by entering the trouble code. Once you are done, just unplug the unit from the car and store it in the provided storage case. Very simple to use and can save you money in the long run.