http://www.autoenginuity.com/ is about $250 US.... a lot of diesel DIYers
say nothing but good things about this one...
http://www.troublecodes.net/technical/scaninfo.shtml is probably worth a
look see too.
I was recently looking at scanners at Auto Zone, Actron brand. They have 4-5
from a basic KOEO code reader to one that will give live datastream readings and
display code definitions along with being adaptable to non OBD-II vehicles. They
from $80-250. None of them will communicate with other systems such as ABS, SRS,
etc. For that functionality you will be looking at ~$2000.
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