Mac Tools Introduces the New OBDII/EOBD Code Reader

Mac Tools Introduces the New OBDII/EOBD Code Reader

Mac Tools is proud to introduce the new OBDII/EOBD Code Reader (ET50). As the diagnostic marketplace continues to grow 6% year-over-year and as automotive diagnostics advance, there are more technicians in need of good diagnostic tools. This compact yet complex Mac Tools Code Reader works great and is small enough to fit in a pocket!

Mac Tools is proud to introduce the new OBDII/EOBD Code Reader (ET50). As the diagnostic marketplace continues to grow 6% year-over-year and as automotive diagnostics advance, there are more technicians in need of good diagnostic tools. This compact yet complex Mac Tools Code Reader works great and is small enough to fit in a pocket!

Not only does the ET50 read diagnostic trouble codes, it also defines them! Simply by scrolling down, the LCD screen displays freeze frame data to find the cause of the DTC. Not only is the ET50 able to read all manufacturers-specific codes including domestic, Asian and European, but it is also capable of clearing all pending and current codes. The most troublesome codes, including diagnostic trouble codes of the power train system and the controller area network, are easily exposed with the ET50.

The simplistic compact design and clear LCD display come together to make the ET50 the ultimate super-transportable Code Reader. Complete with OBDII manual and DTC CD of manufacturer-specific codes, this Code Reader also conveniently displays the VIN, MIL status and Readiness Test. All the features and benefits of larger devices, the Mac Tools ET50 Code Reader that retails for only $59.99 is the most affordable, easy-to-use and complete code reader in the industry!

To order the Mac Tools OBDII/EOBD Code Reader – ET50, contact your local Mac Tools distributor or call 1-800-MACTOOLS.

For more information, visit www.mactools.com.

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