How does it work?
Connect your OBDclick toolkit to the OBD2 port (learn more) of your car
Download the application provided with your kit for free (100% in English)
You can now diagnose your car for free
The OBD2 diagnostic port
What is it?
OBD is a standardized automotive analysis and diagnostic technology
In concrete terms, this technology makes it possible to trace vehicle breakdowns and defects. This information is read via the OBD2 port, which is equally standard and present in all vehicles manufactured after 2001.
Consequently, if a fault is detected, the on-board computer triggers the "CHECK ENGINE" light (orange light in the shape of an engine block) to alert the driver.
Our OBDclick diagnostic kit allows you to read this "Fault Code", identify the origin of the anomaly and clear the indicator light on the dashboard.
Where is the OBD2 port on my vehicle?
The OBD2 port of your vehicle is usually located in zone A or B (see picture below).
It may be in zone C or D on some models.
6 reasons to choose the OBDclick tool
Take control of your car
OBDClick gives you complete control over your car. It allows you to communicate with a multitude of sensors and display in real-time the information they provide on your smartphone, tablet or computer: view engine speed, transmission, temperature and more...
You are your own mechanic
With the advent of electronics in the automobile industry, the slightest indicator light or error code on your dashboard brings you to the car dealer or repairer shop. Fortunately, our OBDclick tool not only provides the same quality of diagnosis, but it is also free of charge and can be performed by you as many times as you wish.
All car models
The OBDclick toolkit uses a standard communication protocol. This makes it compatible with a large number of vehicles. In addition, its Bluetooth function allows you to connect it to your smartphone, tablet or computer as desired, in order to use the appropriate programs and apps.
Inspect a second-hand car
Are you planning to buy a second-hand vehicle? OBDclick assists you in the diagnosis and comes in very handy in the inspection of hidden defects. View anomalies and wear alerts for specific components. This avoids breakdowns and unexpected expenses.
Anticipate vehicle breakdowns
By regularly consulting the information provided by your diagnostic kit, you will be able to foresee the repairs and the related expenses. Error codes allow you to be alerted about the level of use or the beginning of anomalies.
Repair your car yourself
Some of the anomalies that result in a malfunction indicator light can be repaired by yourself. The error codes displayed are standard. Therefore, you will easily find the right online tutorial to repair your car yourself or refer you to the right specialist.
Plug the OBDclick Tool into your car's OBD2 port and launch the application: You will then be able to read engine and transmission faults, erase them and view hidden data of your vehicle in real time.
The OBDclick toolkit is a universal multi-brand automotive diagnostic tool. It is the ideal accessory for the mechanics enthusiast who wants to save money by avoiding the need to go to a garage to carry out the electronic diagnosis or simply to turn off the fault light.
It works with your phone or computer.
This toolkit is compatible with all vehicles in operation since January 2001.
1 - Read standard diagnostic trouble codes (DTC)
2 - Clear the fault codes and turn off the fault lights: The OBDclick box allows you to turn off the "SERVICE" fault light.
3 - Display the following parameters in real time
- Engine speed (RPM)
- Calculated load value
- Coolant temperature
- Status of the fuel injection system
- Vehicle speed
- Short-term fuel calculation
- Long-term fuel calculation
- Intake pressure
- Ignition timing advance
- Intake air temperature
- Air flow rate
- Position of the acceleration control
- Oxygen sensor (lambda sensor) associated with fuel calculation
- Fuel pressure
4 - Compatible with Android and iPhone smartphones (phone and tablet)
The OBDclick interface is compatible with all vehicle makes released as from 2001, as they are fitted with a standard OBD2 connector :
Audi, Renault, Volkswagen, BMW, Mini, Opel, Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Mercedes, Smart, Dacia, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Toyota, Seat, Hyundai, Kia, Nissan, Range Rover, Mitsubishi, Volvo, Suzuki, Saab, Jeep, Mini, Chevrolet, Jaguar, Alfa Romeo, Land Rover, Mazda, Lexus, Skoda, SsangYong, Chrysler, Porsche, Maserati, Subaru, Isuzu, Jeep, Lancia, Dodge...
- OBDclick diagnostic toolkit
- User manual in English
- OBDclick app downloadable for free
Software and applications are available for free download.
The OBDclick toolkit is covered by a 2-year warranty