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ELM327 Wi-Fi Car Diagnostic Interface

ELM327 OBDII / EOBD Car Scan Tool diagnostics interface (Wi-Fi)

ELM327 Wi-Fi Car Diagnostic Interface
Product Code: ELM327WIFI
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Connect your iPhone to your car!

Covers 2001+ petrol cars
and 2004+ diesel cars

Wi-Fi, multi-protocol interface to connect your iPhone to any OBDII or EOBD compliant car (2001+ petrol car, 2004+ diesel car).

This ELM327 interface is compatible with a number of iPhone applications, such as Rev, Dash Command and OBD Car Doctor

Used with appropriate software, this interfacewill allow you to connect to the engine management system on a compatible car, view engine fault codes and live engine sensor data.

Package comprises:

  • Wi-Fi OBD-II / EOBD car interface
  • Instruction guide
  • Software NOT included

Why take your car to the dealer for a code-read? You can now read and clear your engine fault codes on your own driveway!

Gendan Wi-Fi ELM327 Interface
Why doesn't it work on all cars from 1996?
"The same/similar product from other suppliers works on all 1996 and newer cars...why doesn't yours?"
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Which cars can I connect to?

This interface will allow you to connect to your EOBD or OBDII compliant car. These are petrol cars sold in Europe from 2001 and diesel cars sold from 2004.

Please email us if you would like to confirm compatibility with your car.

Diagnostic connector

For information on the pins required in the diagnostic port for the support of each of the above protocols, please click here.

** Please note, this interface is designed to work with Apple iPhones / iPads only **
We do not currently support it for use with smart phones running Android Operating Systems or with Windows PCs.
- Android does not support Ad-hoc networking as standard. Some Android users have rooted their phones to add this capability but this is not something we can assist with or support at this time.
- Similarly since Windows 8.1, Microsoft have disabled support for Ad-hoc networks. In some cases you can manually add and connect to the network using Command-Line instructions, but the latest drivers for many Wi-Fi adaptors disable this workaround too.

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