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Scangauge Ii on 2040-parts.com

US $0.99
Location:

Mountain Top, Pennsylvania, US

Mountain Top, Pennsylvania, US
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Used Scangauge II in great working condition!  I removed this from my vehicle because I do not need to use it anymore. It has a top and a side connector for various types of installs.  This unit has an ODBII connector.

 

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