What does Obdii Eobd code mean?

What does Obdii Eobd code mean?

European On-Board Diagnostics
What is EOBD2? What is EOBD? EOBD is an abbreviation of European On-Board Diagnostics. All petrol cars sold within Europe since 1 Jan 2001, and diesel cars manufactured from 2003, must have on-board diagnostic systems to monitor engine emissions.

What is a Eobd code?

EOBD, (European On-Board Diagnostic), is a system for warning the vehicle driver that there is a fault which may cause the emission levels to exceed those allowed by the European directive*. It also has the ability to store fault codes and ‘Freeze Frame’* Data, concerning an emission related incident.

What is the Mac Tools OBDII / EOBD diagnostic equipment?

The Mac Tools OBDII / EOBD code reader / scanner, the ET80 is simplicity itself. It provides DIY / Professionals easy and quick access to Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC’s) and their definitions on all OBDII / EOBD-compliant vehicles sold worldwide since 1996.

Which is OBD diagnostic software do you use?

OBD Auto Doctor is the advanced OBD-2 software for Windows, Mac and Linux. The software enables you to communicate with your vehicle’s On-Board Diagnostic system and turn your computer into a highly capable automotive scanner. OBD Auto Doctor is a must-have tool for everyone interested in getting to know their cars better.

What can you do with an OBD oscilloscope?

The Sensor Graph or oscilloscope can plot any numeric sensor value that is supported. With the OBD oscilloscope, you can visualize sensor value changes easily. Graphs are great tools because they communicate information visually. Even large amount of data, or fast changing data can be interpreted much better when expressed as a graph.

What does on-board service activation do in OBD2?

On-board service activation enables you to control the operation of an on-board system, test or component. While most OBD2 services simply read information from the car, this service allows bi-directional communication. The service basically allows you to command the vehicle’s on-board system to initiate or perform specific tests.

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