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Does anyone know if the reader on the first page of this link will work with the 6? Is this a good price?

http://members.shaw.ca/DL0006/flyer_english.pdf

And attached is an image for you amusement that I found in the catelogue.. yes, I'm immature :D

 

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the club already has a scanner that works with the 6
 

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I know, but I had assumed it was in the GTA, which is a bit of a drive. I had been planning on getting a non-cpe intake, so i thought having a scanner would be good.

I also wouldn't have to bother whoever has it if it happens often..
 

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Paul. I need to borrow the scanner... can you please ship it to me?

Just kidding :)

Might as well go out an buy my own.
 

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I know, but I had assumed it was in the GTA, which is a bit of a drive. I had been planning on getting a non-cpe intake, so i thought having a scanner would be good.

I also wouldn't have to bother whoever has it if it happens often..
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Your info says waterloo and the scanner is in vaughan
Unless you want to spend that much money
Ours was way more expensive than the one listed there
 

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I'm not going to seach the flyer, but there is one that is CAN compliant too that PAuto was also selling.


I bought this one when it was on sale for $250:
CTC obd II Can

It tells you the exact problem that the computer is detecting.
 

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Also that scanner will not work with the Mazda6.
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thanks, that's what i needed to know.
 

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If you are still intersted, I can get you a connection to a profesional grade OBDII CAN compliant scanner for $450 from the manufacturer.
 
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