TOAD is $127 if you don't already have a cable. Is $50 right or high for a USB to OBD-II cable? I'm seriously interested because it claims it can talk OBD-I like 22R-E Toyotas, too. That would be cool. I've never really seen the utility of the little scan tools and endless menus with cryptic text. If you're gonna tune and diagnose, bring the laptop and do it right. Otherwise I don't need the distraction of knowing my MPG to the hundredth.
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