Why buy a OBD2 reader whn you can do this for free? And I just want to state one more thing about reading a code.Red Devil wrote:I thought the V was OBD-II. Wouldn't it be easier to buy a code-reader and be able to use it for multiple vehicles. Plus it has a readout and you couldn't misunderstand the code for a different one.
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'07 Nissan Versa SL Hatch, CVT - Superblack/Beige, Splash Guards, Lock Nuts, Floormats, Nose Mask, 35% tint.
Great White Versa wrote:I get two codes from mine but neither of them are on this list. Where would i go to get an interpretation for them? They are
Fred Farkel wrote:In the US, you can go to most any Auto Zone or Advanced Auto Parts (and other stores) to have the codes read for free.
The OBD II reader is about 60 bucks and it can be used on most any other recent model car you have.