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Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 1:07pm On Sep 17, 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: 5:35pm On Sep 17, 2018
Available in stock.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 10:19pm On Sep 17, 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: 8:24am On Sep 18, 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!


Get this pocket-sized OBD2 car scanner and set your mind at ease in properly decoding the error lights on your car's dashboard.

Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 11:14am On Sep 18, 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: 6:40pm On Sep 18, 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!

Get one today.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 7:54am On Sep 19, 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!


Get this pocket-sized OBD2 car scanner and set your mind at ease in properly decoding the error lights on your car's dashboard.

Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 11:59am On Sep 19, 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: 2:32pm On Sep 19, 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!

Get your OBD2 Bluetooth car scanner today for just ₦3,000

Call/WhatsApp 07035460694.

Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 5:35pm On Sep 19, 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: 10:22pm On Sep 19, 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!

Get this device for yourself, friends and family for just ₦3,000 a piece and also enjoy a nice discount if purchasing above three units.

You get a next day delivery after confirmation of payment within Lagos and two working days after confirmation of payment outside of Lagos. The pick up and pay option is also available if you're Lagos based.

Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today.

Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 9:32am On Sep 20, 2018
It's a cool Tuesday morning and you're cruising along a busy road in your sweet car and the "check engine" light and another suddenly pop up on your dashboard which sends you into panic mode. This makes nonsense of plans for the day and then you find your way to your mechanic's garage. You tell him the issue and then he flings open your bonnet.

"Oga, na the carburettor get problem," he says. You give him that sullen glare and ask how much will fix it and he says, "twenty five thousand we go use fix am o." Deji, a fellow visitor to the garage sees all that's going on and then decides to approach you.

"Do you trust Kazeem's diagnosis?" he asks. Well, he's the mechanic, you replied. Deji runs to his car and returns with this tiny device and goes into your car, slots it into a port beneath the steering wheel and runs an app on his Android phone while you look on. Voila! The report shows that it's the fuel tank cap that has an issue. You then go over to the fuel tank area only to discover the cap wasn't properly fitted. It's then you remember you left the fuel station few minutes before the lights on the dashboard came on.

Save yourself untold hardship from the likes of "Kazeem" by using the simple-to-use ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 car scanner to properly ascertain the meaning of such error lights.

For just ₦3,000, get your unit and you get to run your scan yourself. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today.

Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 2:03pm On Sep 20, 2018
CavendishPlex:
It's a cool Tuesday morning and you're cruising along a busy road in your sweet car and the "check engine" light and another suddenly pop up on your dashboard which sends you into panic mode. This makes nonsense of plans for the day and then you find your way to your mechanic's garage. You tell him the issue and then he flings open your bonnet.

"Oga, na the carburettor get problem," he says. You give him that sullen glare and ask how much will fix it and he says, "twenty five thousand we go use fix am o." Deji, a fellow visitor to the garage sees all that's going on and then decides to approach you.

"Do you trust Kazeem's diagnosis?" he asks. Well, he's the mechanic, you replied. Deji runs to his car and returns with this tiny device and goes into your car, slots it into a port beneath the steering wheel and runs an app on his Android phone while you look on. Voila! The report shows that it's the fuel tank cap that has an issue. You then go over to the fuel tank area only to discover the cap wasn't properly fitted. It's then you remember you left the fuel station few minutes before the lights on the dashboard came on.

Save yourself untold hardship from the likes of "Kazeem" by using the simple-to-use ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 car scanner to properly ascertain the meaning of such error lights.

For just ₦3,000, get your unit and you get to run your scan yourself. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 5:14pm On Sep 20, 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: 9:15pm On Sep 20, 2018
CavendishPlex:
It's a cool Tuesday morning and you're cruising along a busy road in your sweet car and the "check engine" light and another suddenly pop up on your dashboard which sends you into panic mode. This makes nonsense of plans for the day and then you find your way to your mechanic's garage. You tell him the issue and then he flings open your bonnet.

"Oga, na the carburettor get problem," he says. You give him that sullen glare and ask how much will fix it and he says, "twenty five thousand we go use fix am o." Deji, a fellow visitor to the garage sees all that's going on and then decides to approach you.

"Do you trust Kazeem's diagnosis?" he asks. Well, he's the mechanic, you replied. Deji runs to his car and returns with this tiny device and goes into your car, slots it into a port beneath the steering wheel and runs an app on his Android phone while you look on. Voila! The report shows that it's the fuel tank cap that has an issue. You then go over to the fuel tank area only to discover the cap wasn't properly fitted. It's then you remember you left the fuel station few minutes before the lights on the dashboard came on.

Save yourself untold hardship from the likes of "Kazeem" by using the simple-to-use ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 car scanner to properly ascertain the meaning of such error lights.

For just ₦3,000, get your unit and you get to run your scan yourself. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 1:16pm On Sep 21, 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: 6:15pm On Sep 21, 2018
CavendishPlex:
It's a cool Tuesday morning and you're cruising along a busy road in your sweet car and the "check engine" light and another suddenly pop up on your dashboard which sends you into panic mode. This makes nonsense of plans for the day and then you find your way to your mechanic's garage. You tell him the issue and then he flings open your bonnet.

"Oga, na the carburettor get problem," he says. You give him that sullen glare and ask how much will fix it and he says, "twenty five thousand we go use fix am o." Deji, a fellow visitor to the garage sees all that's going on and then decides to approach you.

"Do you trust Kazeem's diagnosis?" he asks. Well, he's the mechanic, you replied. Deji runs to his car and returns with this tiny device and goes into your car, slots it into a port beneath the steering wheel and runs an app on his Android phone while you look on. Voila! The report shows that it's the fuel tank cap that has an issue. You then go over to the fuel tank area only to discover the cap wasn't properly fitted. It's then you remember you left the fuel station few minutes before the lights on the dashboard came on.

Save yourself untold hardship from the likes of "Kazeem" by using the simple-to-use ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 car scanner to properly ascertain the meaning of such error lights.

For just ₦3,000, get your unit and you get to run your scan yourself. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today.

Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 10:03pm On Sep 21, 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: 11:42am On Sep 22, 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: 4:10pm On Sep 22, 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. Get one today and have that piece of mind.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 8:58pm On Sep 22, 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: 11:27am On Sep 23, 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: 2:22pm On Sep 23, 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: 7:23pm On Sep 23, 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: 8:46am On Sep 24, 2018
CavendishPlex:
It's a cool Tuesday morning and you're cruising along a busy road in your sweet car and the "check engine" light and another suddenly pop up on your dashboard which sends you into panic mode. This makes nonsense of plans for the day and then you find your way to your mechanic's garage. You tell him the issue and then he flings open your bonnet.

"Oga, na the carburettor get problem," he says. You give him that sullen glare and ask how much will fix it and he says, "twenty five thousand we go use fix am o." Deji, a fellow visitor to the garage sees all that's going on and then decides to approach you.

"Do you trust Kazeem's diagnosis?" he asks. Well, he's the mechanic, you replied. Deji runs to his car and returns with this tiny device and goes into your car, slots it into a port beneath the steering wheel and runs an app on his Android phone while you look on. Voila! The report shows that it's the fuel tank cap that has an issue. You then go over to the fuel tank area only to discover the cap wasn't properly fitted. It's then you remember you left the fuel station few minutes before the lights on the dashboard came on.

Save yourself untold hardship from the likes of "Kazeem" by using the simple-to-use ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 car scanner to properly ascertain the meaning of such error lights.

For just ₦3,000, get your unit and you get to run your scan yourself. Call/WhatsApp 07035460694 for yours today.

Happy new week everybody. Get your OBD2 car scanner today.

Call/WhatsApp 07035460694

Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 3:29pm On Sep 24, 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: 9:13pm On Sep 24, 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: 8:47am On Sep 25, 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: 12:46pm On Sep 25, 2018
Why have your mechanic charge you ₦5,000 to scan your car for errors when you can have this OBD2 car scanning device for just ₦3,000 all to yourself.

Make that purchase today.

Call/WhatsApp 07035460694
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 5:16pm On Sep 25, 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: 8:18pm On Sep 25, 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!

Still available for purchase.
Re: Easy to use Bluetooth car scanner for error lights. by CavendishPlex: 7:44am On Sep 26, 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!

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