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High End Car Scanner Code Reader

RDT79
Save fuel, time and repair costs by diagnosing car problems yourself! The RDT79 is an affordable, easy-to-use tool for the car buff or Do-It-Yourselfer.

Features & Benefits:
1. Easy to-use, highly reliable and accurate tool.
2. Easy to-read LCD display, unit fits conveniently fits in the palm or your hand.
3. Works with all 1996 and newer cars & trucks that are OBD2 compliant.
4. Read and clears SAE, generic and manufacturer specific Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC).
5. Records real-time engine performance data.

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Company Philosophy

  • Enthusiasm
  • Innovation
  • Fearlessly moving forward

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Our goal is to provide high-quality, user-friendly, affordable products with world-class customer service.

Innovation

We will continue to invest a significant portion of sales into R&D to ensure our long-standing commitment towards pioneering technology and developing valuable products for the future.

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WHAT IS DTC?
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Computerized engine control systems have a certain amount of built-in self-diagnostic capability to detect problems that affect engine performance and emissions. The same is true for the antilock brake system and other onboard systems that are computer controlled. Related Terms
OBD-II

When a fault is detected, the computer will store a diagnostic trouble code in its memory and illuminate the "Check Engine" light. On some vehicles, the computer can be put into a special diagnostic mode by grounding certain terminals on a diagnostic connector. This will cause the Check Engine or other lights to flash out the fault code. On many vehicles, though, a scan tool must be plugged into the computer system to access and read the codes.