Digimoto Support Helpful OBDII & Auto Links
When the engine light comes on and you need to access the OBD II or EOBD DTC codes in your ECU, you need Digimoto. Why pay a mechanic when you can fix it yourself? Or do you think your mechanic may be taking advantage of you? Go to the garage prepared.
Whether you are DIY mechanic, you have your own shop or are strictly into performance tuning, we offer a wide variety of automotive diagnostic solutions guaranteed to meet your budget. Digimoto's automotive diagnostic software and an OBDII / EOBD scan tool transforms your PC into a complete automotive diagnostic system. With Digimoto automotive diagnostic software you can use your PC to retrieve trouble codes and descriptions, reset the Check Engine Light (MIL), view, graph and record live data such as RPM, MPH, throttle position, coolant temperature and oxygen sensor values, view Freeze frame and system monitoring data and analyze your vehicles performance to verify that those expensive modifications really work.
Digimoto automotive diagnostic software does more than clear those DTC codes and turn off the engine light. It is also used to measure vehicle performance and the state of your vehicles systems at any given point in time. This information can be logged into a file and saved in Excel. By monitoring these systems, you can perform minor maintenance when needed and potentially avoid a major automotive catastrophe, saving you time and money. The demand in the US and around the world for OBDII Automotive Diagnostic Equipment and software in the aftermarket is rising. This demand is driven by the increases in electrical and electronic systems in new light vehicles, and the economic trouble around the world. Many people who would previously take their vehicles in for even simple repairs are now becoming DIY mechanics. With the help of a Digimoto package, you can too.
Digimoto strictly complies with OBD-II, an expanded set of standards developed by SAE and adopted by the EPA and CARB (California Air Resources Board) for implementation by January 1, 1996. The standards state that all cars built since January 1, 1996 must have OBD-II systems. Manufacturers started incorporating OBD-II in various models as early as 1994. (For more information about OBDII please visit our FAQ) The Digimoto automotive diagnostic software application was designed to interface with Elm and mOByDic product lines. We currently distribute the mOByDic scan tool manufactured by Ozen Elektroniks with our software. MOByDic is an advanced diagnostic interface, offering comprehensive OBD2 / EOBD engine diagnostics. We are very grateful to Ozen for their continuing support and quality products which allow us to provide our customers quality automotive diagnostic solutions at low prices.