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Old 01-18-2017, 11:46 AM   #1
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Anyone Tried DTNA E-Link vehicle interface

I just saw this on the DTNA web site. For $120 you can buy this Bluetooth vehicle interface for use with a Android app (DTNA-E-Link).

It is not as fancy as a Silverleaf, but it can read fault codes and vehicle info such as fluid levels, etc.

Seems like a reasonable price for something like this..just curious if anyone has tried it.

Nexiq Blue mini vehicle interface

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Looks like a code reader with some trip info as well. Pretty basic, but a nice little tool.
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