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    Bluetooth odb2 readers

    Any one uses one of these?
    Just after a cheap way of reading TPS signal, diagnostic errors, etc.
    Before anyone comments, yes I know about joining tc1 a e1 below the dash

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    Generally OBD readers don't work with Supra. Most Jspec supra's are Japanese-OBD1 which are next to impossible to connect to unless you have specific gear. Many have tried and failed to connect, and even when you do connect the refresh rate on the data is so slow that it's annoying to read data whilst driving. Late facelift Supra's are OBD2 so you might have some luck with that.

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    Cheers Mike

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