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      03-25-2012, 08:50 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by Yoro35i View Post
Forget the jb4 code reading.. probably the same as the can tool ... it doesn't display via monitor .. for every digit the rev or mph needle would move to say 10mph=a 20mph=b 30mph=c and somehow you need to work the codeout yourself.

Please correct me if I'm wrong but I found that method hard and annoying to use.

Any code rea der with a display is much better! And also our cobb ap which displays many function and code reading display
All you need to do is run the USB through the glovebox and connect it to a laptop and you can read the codes within two clicks with the JB4 interface.

The in dash code reading is more of emergency thing and I agree it is a bit of a ballache.
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