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Old 12-28-2004, 08:49 PM   #1
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I am going to buy a OBD 2 reader,I was looking at the Equus 3100 for $100.00,it reads and gives a code # and you can clear the code and shut the light off too. I figured it would be handy as AutoZone will read it but not clear it for you. Also I would like to have a good fuel preasure gage to check like fuel pumps etc. Thanks for the help!
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I looked into the Equus. After some research I found out that it is nothing more than a fancy code reader. For $40 this one will also read the codes and clear them (which will turn off the check light). If all you want is a simple, cheap way to read and clear codes, this will do the job. I have one an am happy with it. http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=46030
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I've got an actron fpg, niiiiice.
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How much was it?


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$35-40 USD, AutoZone stock item.
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