Originally Posted by Dave1194
Definitely will report back All of you folks are great. This forum is better than the RV magazines -- and it's free! Dave.
I got the OBDII readers in from Amazon. You have to use it with your "favorite app", according to the instructions. I downloaded the Android Torque app. Plugged it into my 2003 4 Runner and the Bluetooth linked up fine. The free version of the torque app worked fine with it. However, except for telling me what my intake sensor and intake airflow was doing, I couldn't seem to figure out any other information, except for gps travel data. So I paid $4.95 for the torque pro app. The pro app would not work with the sensor and I couldn't get any other Pro apps to work with it.
I sent an email to the independent Amazon vendor and told them that, unless they can recommend a Pro app that will work with it, I will return it. Probably will have to wait until next week for a reply. I'll let you know.