Whether you’re a professional mechanic, a hobbyist, or someone who just wants to know why their check engine light came on, your Android device and an OBD-II adapter can provide insight as to what’s going on with your car. Most adapters sell for less than $10, and once you plug it into your vehicle, you’ll just need a good app to help you make sense of all the data it can gather.

The trouble is, while there are many free OBD-scanning apps on the Play Store, few are actually good. In addition to that, it can be hard to find the right OBD-II adapter for your particular phone and vehicle model… more


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