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Here Ya go.. Sorry so late!?!?!

I just found this one for $30 OBD2 USB Cable I was looking for one for my Range Rover. I have to clear some EAS faults.. I have all the software...

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The the title says it all. I need a OBD2 to USB cable to connect my GM vortec 350s computer up to my pc. I found a cool diagnostic program that is going to kick my pos scanners butt! But I need the cable and on the cheap is always nice.
Oh and if I need to make myself thats not a problem. I just need to find out where to buy the parts.
How about a link to this "cool diagnostic program"! I'd like to take a look at it myself.
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Evolvo...thread is 5 years old. Probably wont get a response.
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I did a quick search and it looks like there is lots of software available now. I guess you just have to research to see what would work the best for you.

U-Scan OBD-II Diagnostic Software

Or: OBD2 Diagnostic Software, OBD Software, Scan Tools | OBDSoftware.net

Or: OBDII diagnostic software for Windows and Linux | OBDAutoDoctor

Here is another one for OBD I.

WinALDL - 160 baud ALDL reader
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obd2 usb cable | eBay

Plenty to choose from
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OBD2software.net even has a bluetooth transmitter that you can use with a smartphone.
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Evolvo...thread is 5 years old. Probably wont get a response.
Thanx, I've often seen others reply to old threads.
guess it was my turn
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I have the OBDII SX II from Scantool.net. Cost $45 and it works great running on my Laptop. The OBD Link MX does the same thing but runs on an Android device
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