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- Michel Wurtz
June 13, 2012, 7:08 am
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Just for information, I have bought this (useless then absolutely a must
to have) device from Garmin and put it on the ODB2 socket of my 2007
Freelander 2. It can connect (via bluetooth) either to some Garmin GPS
or an Android phone (the software is feerly downloadable) and can
display the myriad of sensors that populate a modern (= after 1996) car.
The good news (hence this post) is that Land Rover seems OK with the
ODB2 specifications : everything works OK, exept a minor problem on the
software side : only mpg is supported, no way for l/100km...