Reads code but won’t clear them without paying for upgrade on the app. You may be better off buying a $15 self contained unit and be able to clear codes after repair.
It’s alright, but I’d buy a trusted brand one like FXD
great product. works well.
Purchased the Kobra wireless obd2 car code reader...was easy to use...got a chance to use it resently. My check engine light came on..followed the directions supplied. Got the code and was able to get a part to fix my car...highly recommend this.
Connecting issues, works at random timesPlus, the software from Apple was 19.99Are you kidding me?
This thing works w/o issue. The only hard part is finding a good free ODBII checker IOS app or one that doesn't require a subscription.
Works great to both read and clear fault codes. I have a 2011 Honda CR-Z, I’ve used it on that and my friends Pontiac trans am both worked great
Instructions are useless as there are none. You'll waste a lot of time figuring this contraption out. First time I hooked it up, it would not connect to ECU which made my device useless. It has been a while since I bought this and can not return it.
If you read through the reviews, you'll see whining about the free software (I prefer Torque Lite); but, if you follow the directions on the front of the packaging (i.e. using WiFi instead of Bluetooth), it pulls codes and allows me to reset... along with several other features I will never use. So I'm very happy with the code reader and consider it a good value!
Did not provide sensor data like Coolant temp etc which the Bluetooth based ELM device provides. A waste of 20$.
Easy to use great to have on hand.
It didn't work on my 2017 Subaru Forester and I had to returned it. My car also restarted with a few fault lights. After a day those fault lights went away.
The first time I tried using it, I was rushing and didn't read the directions thoroughly. The next day I patiently read and realized I missed the part about finding the odb2 wifi on device, once I did that, it connected instantly. Worked great, got codes, confirmed suspicions. Thank you very Much for this excellent product!
Terrible, worthless. A waste of money. Can't get it to connect to any app...
Works great.. just got to find the right phone app for it..
I have had no issues with this device at all. Using the apps available on Google Play, I was able to find numerous apps that worked with this OBD2 tool beyond just a diagnostic device. I was able to find Dashboards that displayed Speed, RPM, Boost, All kinds of Engine, Oil and Exhaust Temps, Map Pressures, Navigations, and so much more.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For those who can not get it to work, I found most apps default to Bluetooth, so you must change them to Wi-Fi in their app settings, and select the Kobra OBD2 WiFi on your Phones WiFi list for it to work correctly.
Falls out of obd2 every so often but connectivity is pretty good
Much brighter than other brands I've purchased. Will be getting another one soon for my daughter. She is going to prove to her sons and possibly daughters that when they clean their bathrooms, it needs to be UV LIGHTS CLEAR.Should be fun to see the expressions on their faces.
Did not work as intended for me
This thing works really well, as long as you buy an app that supports it. I just purchased the app that they recommended, which just so happens to be $9 on the iOS App Store. This helped me both find and clear codes from my 2009 Mini Cooper S. I'd give it 5 stars if I didn't have to purchase the app, honestly.There were a few free apps that were supported, but KOBRA didn't recommend using them, and they had really low ratings on the iOS App Store. I can't speak to how well it works for Android, but I would assume it works about the same.