You can get a handheld one at most auto parts places. They usually run around $70 or so for a basic one. It will read the fault from the computer and give you a code that you can look up to tell what is causing the check engine light to go on. You can also use it to "clear" the code, assuming the problem has been fixed.Joe guraro said:What will a OBDII scan tool cost ? What can be done with one? Where can I get one?
Joe guraro said:So If I was to clear this code P0455 Evap Ctrl System Gross Leak Detected, and then go get it passed the smog test the light would come back on in a few days ,It would give me time to go to the dealer which is 150 miles away to trouble shoot and fix . And make DMV happy .HMMM! :clap: :clap: