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Be your own mechanic with the $11 Kobra OBD-II Wi-Fi car code reader

4 monthes ago   |   By iMore

Don't let your codes stay codes.
This Kobra OBD-II Wi-Fi car code reader is down to $11.19 on Amazon with code PP94JP7K. It sells for $20 without the code and we haven't seen a sale on these readers in a couple months now. This version uses Wi-Fi, so it's compatible with iOS, Android, and, God forbid you're still using one, Windows phones.
The problem with Wi-Fi is you can't always get it near your car. You can get this Bluetooth car code reader for $7.12 with code Z6KXA33D. That's down from a price of $13, but the Bluetooth version does not work with iOS.
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