Here’s the latest reader question, along with my reply!
Slade asks: I’m looking at an Autel ML619. What do you know about these and is this a good choice? Looking to spend not much more than $100.
My reply: I haven’t used that particular model, but – having looked at the specifications (here) it looks fine, with one possible caveat: Does it tell you what the OBD codes mean? Some of the lower-priced scan tools will give you the codes, but just the codes. This means you’ll need to look up what the codes mean. No big deal, but something to ask them about.
I like that it is apparently updatable, too.
These things are as essential to have if you are going to service an OBD-equipped car as as a good socket set is necessary to service an pre-OBD car.
Well worth the money – just like a radar detector!
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