Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Ferrari Life Posts: 11,858
John- No, he is talking about a simple OBDII reader designed to read the emissions related codes required by the US DOT. They vary in price from about $50 to ~$300 for a fancy one. They do allow you to do some resetting of engine related transient warnings, like Check Engine Lights, etc. They have no capability for many of the things the SD and similar devices are capable of doing, like suspension, clutch and transmission (F1), instrument panel, air conditioning, doors, seats, etc.
I think it is better if we do not bother Duram while he puts the finishing touches on the diagnostic tool.