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2.0 HDI w/Torque OBD
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Bought a cheap Bluetooth OBD reader from amazon, Dl'd Torque obd, Works perfectly! Allows you to monitor Engine load, Intake temp, Fuel rail pressure, Engine coolant temp, MAF readings, Estiates MPG. Works with my Siemens ECU. Reads Fault codes, Cost me <£15!
Pretty cool and cheap way to keep an eye on things!
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(01-12-2015, 10:09 AM)DanClark Wrote:  Bought a cheap Bluetooth OBD reader from amazon, Dl'd Torque obd, Works perfectly! Allows you to monitor Engine load, Intake temp, Fuel rail pressure, Engine coolant temp, MAF readings, Estiates MPG. Works with my Siemens ECU. Reads Fault codes, Cost me <£15!
Pretty cool and cheap way to keep an eye on things!

Yes, it is really cheap and it works Smile

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Universal....19.3PaIji

Best regards,
brajomobil
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(01-12-2015, 10:09 AM)DanClark Wrote:  [Image: IMG_2977.jpg]
Bought a cheap Bluetooth OBD reader from amazon, Dl'd Torque obd, Works perfectly! Allows you to monitor Engine load, Intake temp, Fuel rail pressure, Engine coolant temp, MAF readings, Estiates MPG. Works with my Siemens ECU. Reads Fault codes, Cost me <£15!
Pretty cool and cheap way to keep an eye on things!

what one have you got? I ave one which doesn't work

(02-12-2015, 08:24 AM)brajomobil Wrote:  
(01-12-2015, 10:09 AM)DanClark Wrote:  Bought a cheap Bluetooth OBD reader from amazon, Dl'd Torque obd, Works perfectly! Allows you to monitor Engine load, Intake temp, Fuel rail pressure, Engine coolant temp, MAF readings, Estiates MPG. Works with my Siemens ECU. Reads Fault codes, Cost me <£15!
Pretty cool and cheap way to keep an eye on things!

Yes, it is really cheap and it works Smile

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Universal....19.3PaIji

Best regards,
brajomobil

This is the one i have that doesn't work, my van is a 1.9d
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#4
This is like number 10 that I ordered. They all work ok. Try yours in another car. Petrol staring from 2001 and diesel starting from 2005 year.
Search the forum and you can find numerous posts about 1.9d not comapatible with cheap obd2 code reader.
Best regards,
Brajomobil

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#5
This is the one i use. It works with my 2005 2.0 HDI with siemens ecu. I had to start the engine to pair it with my phone. works perfectly.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stoga-Bluetooth-...etooth+obd
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