Works well - can be used with iPhones / iPods / iPads with the pre-lightning connectors Product Description From the Manufacturer Overview Until the invention of the award-winning GL1 cable, the low cost of do-it-yourself solutions was always accompanied by a high price: forfeiting your peace of mind. Now, for less than it would cost to visit your mechanic once, you can reliably diagnose engine problems, check for vehicle-specific recalls, and stream live performance data – using just the GL1 cable and the iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad that’s already in your pocket or bag. A variety of apps provide repair suggestions, layman’s terminology, and safety analyses to ensure peace of mind and money-saving insight. Setup Simplicity The GL1 cable offers plug-and-know convenience, super-easy setup, and highly navigable apps with easy-to-read options and intuitive commands. Setup is as simple as downloading the app of your choice, plugging the GL1 into your vehicle’s OBD-II data port and into your compatible Apple device, and turning your car on. In moments you’ll have answers in the palm of your hand. Compatibility The GL1 can communicate wirelessly with any of these Apple devices: iPhone iPad iPod Touch iPhoneiPadiPod Touch 1st generation iPhone 3iPad 2iPod Touch 2nd generation iPhone 3GS3rd generation iPadiPod Touch 3rd generation iPhone 4iPod Touch 4th generation iPhone 4S The GL1 software will interpret trouble codes, find recall information, and show special service messages about cars manufactured in or after 1996. Functions Find out why that troubling Check Engine Light is lit up, and turn it off with a few clicks. By diagnosing the problem yourself, you’ll know whether your vehicle needs a DIY fix (like tightening a loose gas cap) or a trip to the mechanic – where you’ll be armed with knowledge to prevent fraud. The GL1 software will even diagnose stored trouble codes before indicators light up on your dash, so you can fix problems early to lengthen the life of your vehicle. You’ll also be notified of vehicle recalls, service bulletins, and the severity of any Check Engine Light diagnosis. Automatic firmware updates keep the latest information at your fingertips., and the sturdy 5-foot GL1 cable charges your iPhone or iPod Touch while it’s scanning your car’s computer. GL1-compatible apps can track real-time data from engine load measurements to accelerator pedal positions to incoming air temperature. You’ll save time and money, keep yourself and your family safe, and keep your ride in tip-top condition. Best of all, you can check your car’s health and function anytime, since the GL1 connects to the tool that’s already in your pocket or bag. App Choices and Features BT1 app GoPoint app ReadyLINK mpgLINK Palmer DashCommand Reads Trouble Codes x x x x Manufacturer-specific code definitions x x x x Erases codes and turns off Check Engine Light x x x x Plainspeak diagnoses x Recall alerts x Special Service Messages x Streams live engine data x x Displays emission test readiness status x x MPG measurement x x Comprehensive fuel economy analysis x Custom gauges x Racetrack mapping x Skid pad x Records and plays back data x Inclinometer x Vehicle Manager x Product Description **WINNER** Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Product Award 2010 -- Our GL1 protocol converter, an Apple "Works With iPhone" product, will directly connect your vehicle's engine On Board Diagnostics (OBD) data to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Use your iPhone/iPod touch to read/reset diagnostic codes! LOG your vehicle's engine performance! And much, much MORE! More: the GL1 will charge your iPhone or Touch using patent-pending intelligence. The GL1 automatically stops charging when the vehicle is turned off. You never have to worry about a dead battery! More: Zero setup time. Simply plug the GL1 into your vehicle's OBD-II data port, download the FREE App from the App store, and you're done. No settings, menus, or confusion. For video of operation and answers to more questions, please visit our website. 1.5m cable included. iPhone, iPad, iPod touch sold separately. This GL1 cable supports the following apps: GL1, mpgLINK (FREE), CARbonga (sold separately) and DashCommand (sold separately).
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