OBD2 Scanner help
Which OBD2 Scanner do you have? If you had to buy it all over again, what one would you get now and why?
I'm thinking about getting one and there is a few to choose from, they range from as cheap as $30 and they go up to as much as you wanna spend. 'You get what you pay for'...is this the case with OBD2 scanners? I'm thinking about getting one that connect to a laptop, is there any difference between them and handheld scanners?
I did a search on the topic of OBD2 and came across Equus and Rovacom as a good brand.
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