best OBD2 scanner for $

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  1. Brain1

    Brain1

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    What is best bang for the buck on OBD2 scanner?
     
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    Not the Turbo Gauge got a brand new one sitting here as a paper weight they don't work on Nissan ,mitsu ,ford Or Mazda but the $2 Bluetooth one from fleabay worked sweet as
     
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    weakspleen Nachos rule!! SILVER Star

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    I've had the Blue Driver scanner for a couple of years now. No issues, but then again, my LC hasn't had any issues either. Don't recall the price.
     
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    I bought one of the bluetooth model from Autozone. I like it so far. The main reason for the Autozone purchase is if it didn't work, I can return no problem.
     
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