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Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 6:54pm On Dec 28, 2018
CavendishPlex:


OBD2 Bluetooth car scanners selling out fast. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today and get it delivered to your location anywhere in Nigeria in record time.

Delivery to Gbagada and Ilupeju areas of Lagos is free for just N3,000 only.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 3:04pm On Dec 29, 2018
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 10:31pm On Dec 29, 2018
CavendishPlex:


OBD2 Bluetooth car scanners selling out fast. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today and get it delivered to your location anywhere in Nigeria in record time.

Delivery to Gbagada and Ilupeju areas of Lagos is free for just N3,000 only.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 4:20pm On Dec 30, 2018
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 8:48pm On Dec 30, 2018
CavendishPlex:


OBD2 Bluetooth car scanners selling out fast. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today and get it delivered to your location anywhere in Nigeria in record time.

Delivery to Gbagada and Ilupeju areas of Lagos is free for just N3,000 only.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 8:13am On Dec 31, 2018
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Available.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 1:55pm On Dec 31, 2018
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 4:20pm On Dec 31, 2018
CavendishPlex:


OBD2 Bluetooth car scanners selling out fast. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today and get it delivered to your location anywhere in Nigeria in record time.

Delivery to Gbagada and Ilupeju areas of Lagos is free for just N3,000 only.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 9:53pm On Dec 31, 2018
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Scanners are still in stock for purchase.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 11:53am On Jan 01
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Happy new year everyone.

The OBD2 Bluetooth car scanners are still available for purchase. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for one today. Trust me, you'd be glad you did.

Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 4:38pm On Jan 01
CavendishPlex:


Happy new year everyone.

The OBD2 Bluetooth car scanners are still available for purchase. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for one today. Trust me, you'd be glad you did.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 1:47pm On Jan 02
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Still available.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 5:46pm On Jan 02
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Available.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 8:38pm On Jan 02
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 8:38pm On Jan 02
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 12:41pm On Jan 03
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 9:47am On Jan 04
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Available in stock.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 10:30pm On Jan 04
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 11:12am On Jan 05
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 5:44pm On Jan 05
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Car scanners still available.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 9:43pm On Jan 05
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Available for purchase.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 11:32am On Jan 06
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Scanners are still available for purchase.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 2:45pm On Jan 06
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 10:13pm On Jan 06
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Have you called to order for one today?
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 3:17pm On Jan 07
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Available for delivery to your preferred location anywhere within Nigeria.

Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 9:48pm On Jan 07
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

Still rocking.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 8:45pm On Jan 08
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

The OBD2 Bluetooth car scanner is a useful tool you should always have in your car. Don't allow anyone tell you stories. Discover the faults yourself.

We are just a call/WhatsApp message away on 07035460694 to make that order.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 11:34am On Jan 09
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 3:54pm On Jan 09
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

The OBD2 Bluetooth car scanner is a useful tool you should always have in your car. Don't allow anyone tell you stories. Discover the faults yourself.

We are just a call/WhatsApp message away on 07035460694 to make that order.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 7:46pm On Jan 09
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 1:44pm On Jan 10
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!

We are just a call away for your dependable OBD2 Bluetooth car scanners.

Call/WhatsApp 07035460694.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 5:29pm On Jan 10
CavendishPlex:
Are you about getting a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or even a 4th grade Tokunbo or Nigerian used vehicle and would love to uncover any hidden faults before you part with that hard earned cash or you have that annoying light that has come up on your vehicle's dashboard which has gotten you so confused and you don't know what it means? The OBD2 scanner is your best bet!

How does it work?

This pocket-sized device when plugged into the ECU port of your car (usually beneath the steering wheel) is paired via Bluetooth with your Android smartphone/tablet PC that has the scanning app installed (e.g Torque Pro). With the scanning app on your phone or tablet, you run a comprehensive scan which uncovers hidden faults and also the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) bearing the faults popping up on your dashboard. With these generated DTCs, a simple web search tells you the exact meaning and area of concentration thereby avoiding a trial and error approach by your roadside Kazeem mechanic.


Interested? Call or WhatsApp 07035460694

Delivery to Gbagada and Anthony Village in Lagos is free. Shipment to anywhere else attracts a token delivery fee. You could also pick up one here in Gbagada if you'd prefer picking it up yourself.

It's just N3,000!


Available for delivery to your preferred location anywhere within Nigeria.

Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today.

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