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KKmoon Wi-Fi OBD 2 II Car Diagnostic Interface Scanner
Works with all OBD-II compliant vehicles.
Works on all 1996 to 2010 cars and light trucks sold in the United States, some 1994 and 1995 models are also ok.
Software included in CD for Smartphone, PC and iOS (iPhone, iPad, iTouch, Mac).
Clear trouble codes and turn off the MIL ("Check Engine" light).
Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display their meaning (over 3000 generic code definitions in the database).
Attention: When using iOS devices like iPhone, iPad, etc, it needs iOS jailbreaking.
How to see if your vehicle is comliant with OBD II?
Please pop the hood and look for a sticker named "VEHICLE EMISSION CONTORL INFORMATION".
WI-FI OBD AUTO CHECKER is capable of communicating with vehicles which adopt following protocols:
ISO 11898(aka. CAN)
ISO 14230(aka. KWP2000)
ISO 15765(aka. CAN)
Following are some of the parameters which could be read from the vehicle.
Engine Coolant Temp
Calculated Engine Load
Intake Manifold Pressure
Air Intake Temp
Mass Air Flow
EVAP System Vapor Pressure
*note: Your vehicle may not support all above parameters. How many parameters you can get is depended on the vehicle manufacturer's implementation.
Where can I get the software?
You can log on to the apple application store to get your commercial software, such as Dynolicious.
There is a freeware in the CD-ROM comes along with the device. You can use this piece of software to config and test the WI-FI OBD AUTO CHECKER.
Material: automotive grade plastic
Operating temperature: -15 to 100 Deg Celsius
Range: 50 ft (Line of sight)
Power Consumption: 0.75 Watts (With Power Switch)
Wifi Standard: 802.11a/b/g
Item size: 9 * 5 * 3cm (3.5 * 2.0 * 1.2in)
Item weight: 75g/2.6oz
1 * Wi-Fi Car Scanner
1 * CD with software
Questions & Answers
No. The device itself acts as a hotspot to which you can connect from your smartphone or iPad. There are a variety of free or low cost apps that walk you through the process. I found the capabilities to be pretty impressive. It allows you to read the computer codes and reset the computer, but it also allows you to… see more No. The device itself acts as a hotspot to which you can connect from your smartphone or iPad. There are a variety of free or low cost apps that walk you through the process. I found the capabilities to be pretty impressive. It allows you to read the computer codes and reset the computer, but it also allows you to monitor the output from any sensor that the computer is monitoring. Some of the apps allow you to create a virtual 'dashboard' showing instantaneous gas mileage, fuel level, but also very esoteric things. Warning: The device does use battery power so don't leave it plugged into your car on a cold night or you could wake up to a dead battery. Hope this helps. see less
By TGB0 on February 15, 2018
By jeff t. on February 15, 2018
I had mine hooked up to my iPad so I don't see why it wouldn't work with tablet or pc
By Derrick on March 5, 2018
I was only interested in the application for Iphone 5. Don't know if it will work on other devices. I think a little research will provide the proper model #.
By Bill Howard on May 12, 2018
I left it plugged it for the first 5 months I had the device. I only had one problem with the battery dying but I cannot say for sure if it was caused by the device. It was also after the car had not been turned on for 8 straight days. If you used it every day or every other day you will not have a problem ever.
By Jordan on May 2, 2018
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By Ubaldo on April 25, 2018
I believe that it will work with any post 1995 engine because it just plugs into the OBD2 port and transmits via WIFI. If you don't see the WIFI signal, make sure its plugged in well and that the engine is on. When I first tried I was in my garage and was still connected to my home WIFI. To make the initial connection… see more I believe that it will work with any post 1995 engine because it just plugs into the OBD2 port and transmits via WIFI. If you don't see the WIFI signal, make sure its plugged in well and that the engine is on. When I first tried I was in my garage and was still connected to my home WIFI. To make the initial connection I went down the street a bit with the engine on and found the correct WIFI signal, connected and since then I have no issues. Hope this helps. see less
By Gene S. on April 22, 2018
Hi Jonathan, The OBD is a standard interface in all vehicles, so I think it should be used in your Volvo S60. We could ship it 1~2 days after you placed the order, and then usually need 7~10 working days be deliveried which from China to USA.… see more Hi Jonathan, The OBD is a standard interface in all vehicles, so I think it should be used in your Volvo S60. We could ship it 1~2 days after you placed the order, and then usually need 7~10 working days be deliveried which from China to USA. Hope it's useful for you, thanks! BR. WesleyStore see less
By US BUY SELLER on April 21, 2018
I've only used this unit with my iPhone, but the unit comes with a mini CD that should have some software...you should also be able to find some options online.
By M. Burger on April 22, 2018
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By Michael Sinz
January 3, 2018
There is not much to say other than it worked well. It took a bit to get the wifi network setup but that is likely related to how long it takes to initialize itself. It is a bit bigger than I would have liked and it would be nice if I could just leave it plugged in but given the power draw, that would not be great for the battery of the car. Overall, it is hard to complain about it unless I really wanted it always plugged in. I have now used it for a number of trips and it is just what the doctor ordered.
By Billy Rubin
November 24, 2017
This scanner appears to work well but I have had problems with keeping a WIFI connection to it from my phone. I tried other apps on a laptop and two other phones and had the same problem. I am not POSITIVE the scanner is at fault but I can't rule it out either. When it is working, it does a GREAT job at throwing out the error codes, performance metrics and puts out a lot of different data from the vehicle. I still recommend it to anyone looking for a WIFI OBDII scanner! UPDATE: WARNING! You may suddenly become very concerned about your air intake temp hitting 120 degrees and coolant reaching 190. If you're a data dork like me, these numbers can be scary. Also, who knew I was getting only 4 mph when I accelerated uphill? I do now and so I'm pissing off people behind me when I try to keep it at 10mph while crawling up a hill. Ever concerned about how much CO2 you're pumping out? Now you can slake that curiosity and stay up all night worrying about how you're killing the planet. For the love of Christ- if you know nothing about cars like me, make sure you befriend someone who can explain the data you are collecting with this. It's a great gizmo but I'm too stressed and afraid to drive anymore knowing my engine RPMs are in the kabillions and your timing advance is about setting off a small bomb under your hood... many times a second. Great scanner but sometimes not knowing so much really is a good thing.
November 18, 2017
ITS NOT JUST IPHONE, IT WORKS WITH ANDROID, WIFI IS WIFI... this is my second, I have a blue tooth model, the ELM327 and thought id try this wifi unit. wasn't so to get going, my phone and tablet took right to it like a long lost friend, although I did notice the refresh rate was quite a bit slower than its BT counterpart. my laptop on the other hand, needed some minor setting up, you got to do the port forwarding and make the ip address is okay, its all in the direction included on the disc, with the DEMO program. I only bought this because I have a Samsung tablet that argued with my blue tooth reader, when every other device I have gets along with it.
April 19, 2017
I got this in the mail, didn't read any instructions or loaded the CD that came with it (I heard it isn't of any help, anyway) and went straight to my car. Turned the car on, plugged it in and opened my iPad. Went to Settings, wi-fi and chose the un-protected CLKDevice network that showed up. The iPad connected to that wi-fi network, no glitches at all. I then opened the DashCommand app on my iPad (that's the app I chose, there are plenty of $10-or-less options to choose from, in case you don't like this particular one) and paired it to the device, and I was up and running in less than 5 minutes for the whole process. From that point on, it will all depend on how capable your app is when it comes to reading and resetting codes, checking your gauges real-time, logging your trips, checking fuel economy, HP, torque, status of sensors and so forth. Overall, a good product so far, even though it took eons to be delivered. I will re-post, here, in case it fails prematurely -- which in my opinion would be anything less than 2 years.
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January 23, 2018
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By Scott Massie
November 17, 2017
Seem to be doing what it says. No information came with with the part as far as disk or nomenclature. The password was the challenge. To establish a wifi connection it does require a password, two hours searching the web and Tomtop reviews resulted in no clear password. After random guess work the password was (12345678) I hate passwords. Good luck
November 16, 2017
Simple to the point. For the price it works GREAT. Everyone in a blue moon I may have a connection issue but unplug it and plug it back in and all works. As for during use I have not had any disconnects or other issues. So once again it does what it says it will and at that price who can complain about anything else.
By Mike H
November 15, 2017
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This Wifi OBD2 adapter worked perfectly in my 2006 mazdaspeed6 and in my 2002 F350 Superduty pickup. It paired up with my BlackBerry Playbook and I use it to run Torque to display engine and emission status as well as read diagnostic codes. My only complaint with the device is it's size. It hangs down a little too far and might get in the way when driving.
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