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Old 07-05-2005, 06:43 AM   #5
RandallNeighbour
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OBD2 tools are not expensive and you can buy them. Check online. They're not sophisticated like the Porsche tool though—clearing codes, programming, etc. I dunno if they can clear out history and warning lights like the Porsche tool does.

The Porsche tool, if you can find a used one, will be $2000+ according to Jeff (Toolpants).
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