CarMD lets you diagnose your vehicle, not your mechanic

by Mark R

If you are like me, you might not know a lot about your car. If you are not the type who wants to trust in an auto mechanic, you might want to look into CarMD.

CarMD is a simple device that plugs into the 16-pin Data Link Connector (DLC) that is usually found on the driver’s side of the vehicle. Once it is plugged in, running a diagnostic is as easy as turning the vehicle’s ignition on and the device does all the work.

The CarMD includes lifetime software and firmware updates with free access to CarMD’s database. The handheld device can be plugged into a computer, and the software will generate a personalized Vehicle Health Reports. These reports reveal safety issues or recalls, and will be able to tell you what’s wrong with the car. It will even figure out the cost of parts and labor in your zip code.

I have a car that has a Check Engine light that is always on. In the past five years that I have owned my vehicle, the car has never broken down. My auto mechanic says that simply turning off that Check Engine is expensive to fix and there is nothing to be worried about, but I am going to see about that.

If you want to see what CarMD can do for you, you should be able to get it on the official site. The CarMD Gift Pack is about $119.85 MSRP.

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