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BlueDriver LSB2 Bluetooth Pro OBDII Scan Tool for iPhone & Android
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- Read and clear your Check Engine Light and all other vehicle systems. Get your unlimited free vehicle specific Repair Reports, generated from our database of millions of fixes verified by ASE Certified Mechanics
- As easy to use as a code reader with all the capabilities of an expensive handheld scan tool, plus the benefits of your smartphone or tablet (free app updates, portability, saving data, interactive graphing of live data)
- Officially licensed and certified for Apple and Android devices
- The BlueDriver App and BlueDriver Sensor work exclusively with each other to ensure quality
- BlueDriver is the Professional OBD2 Diagnostic Scan Tool trusted by mechanics and developed by Professional Engineers in North America
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BlueDriver is a Professional Diagnostic Scan Tool. Read or clear trouble codes when the check engine light comes on.
Read and clear Enhanced codes (e.g. ABS, Airbag, Transmission, etc) on GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, 2008+ Mitsubishi, 2011+ Hyundai, and 2007+ Mercedes
To deliver the best experience, the BlueDriver Sensor and the free BlueDriver App (on iTunes and Google Play) are designed to work exclusively as a single tool.
Older negative reviews focus on charges to unlock features in the App. The only purchase you ever need to make is the BlueDriver sensor listed here. No in-app purchases or subscription fees.BLUEDRIVER FEATURES
- Read and Clear Codes
- Confirmed CEL Codes - all makes
- Pending CEL Codes - all makes
- Permanent CEL Codes - all makes
- Enhanced Codes (e.g. ABS, Airbag, Transmission, etc) - GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, 2008+ Mitsubishi, 2011+ Hyundai, and 2007+ Mercedes
- Freeze Frame - Vehicle snapshot when a code is stored
- Smog Check - See if the vehicle is ready for a smog test
- Mode 6 - Advanced test results (like misfire counts)
- Live Data - Graph multiple PIDs or export log to a fileBLUEDRIVER SPECIFICATIONS
- Supported Vehicles
- Works with all 2006 or newer petrol vehicles
- Works with all 2007 or newer diesel vehicles
- Works with all EOBD/OBD2 protocols (including CAN)
- Supported Phones/Tablets
- Licensed to work with Apple iOS
- Licensed to work with Android
- Supported Hardware/Software
- The BlueDriver Sensor and free BlueDriver App are designed to work exclusively as a single tool
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when I contacted lemur who are more than helpful, they told me that this was designed for the American market hence no details of the car in the menu system , also no srs features for the Australian models only America.
so although if you search the website and various videos that state it clears all srs codes and check engine lights and for 2006 Australian models, this is very misleading as really it is only for the American market..
was easy to download app and connect via Bluetooth
sent back for refund
Bluedriver is for the US market and should not be marketed here under the US advertising . It did not pick up the EGR fault, nor have transmission temp and does not scan ABS or SRS.
So I would suggest prospective buyers look for a OBD2 scanner and software that is more suited to Australian cars.
Negative aspects, closed system can't use for anything else apart from their own software, and the realish time info have pretty ordinary gauges, and limited layout.
Super slow to scan all modules for reporting, but as I mentioned before it seems to do a much deeper analysis than the others.
Many of the detailed info doesn't seem to be available in Australasian vehicles.
Unfortunately, the reason why 5-stars was amended was due to the issues with varying car manufacturers in Australia in regards to policy issues. VIN’s in Australia are different from America as you know and so it may prevent full reads such as ABS on my Volkswagen Jetta except it still does an extensive check on the rest of the codes.
Please make sure you refer to BlueDriver’s friendly car brands that allow code readings. Check out the website or even contact them.
The app is extremely simple to use, and has numerous features that even basic scan tools at this price point lacks. Best value for money scan tool on the market.
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First off, this device combines a lot of nice tech into a small and cheap package. The code reading depth of Bluedriver and live data monitoring really can't be matched at this price point. Sadly, none of these features really worked right and I think the developers have bitten off more than they can chew.
I used this device with an iPhone X on iOS 12.1 to diagnose a 2004 Chrysler Concorde and a 2007 Dodge Grand Caravan. Installing the app was easy, however I had frequent issues with Bluetooth loosing connection. I could always resolve this by unplugging Bluedriver, restarting the app or a combination of both. I updated Bluedriver to the latest firmware (2.44 at the time) and I didn't see an improvement.
The loss of connectivity usually occurred when my phone screen turned off. Many times Bluedriver would only be able to read OBDII data and not advanced data until I restarted the app. This can be a real issue for smog test readiness indicators, misleading the less advanced users of this product. Bluedriver indicated that my vehicle would pass when it clearly would have failed. When Bluedriver ends up in this state, many readiness indicators will become unavailable to Bluedriver such as the evap and catalyst systems. Since Bluedriver, can’t see them and all the ones it sees are marked as ready, Bluedriver calls this a pass.
I used Bluedriver to diagnose an oxygen sensor and an ABS wheel sensor. Bluedriver did produce the right codes for both of these conditions however on many instances Bluedriver also produces 10 or 20 additional fault codes that simply didn't exist. On my first scan, Bluedriver gave me the correct codes however it also indicated that my ABS and BCM computers had internal faults followed by other codes that really made no sense. Based on the codes, I was concerned that I would need to replace these modules and began researching these faults. However, later on when I read codes again, I got far fewer codes; codes that I was confident actually existed. This is when I learned that Bluedriver often reports garbage data. In general, the top error codes are correct and then the trailing ones are garbage. I learned to identify the garbage ones by simply scanning again and seeing which ones persisted.
I attempted to diagnose an oxygen sensor with live data. Oxygen sensors switch about every 100 ms on a good sensor. Sadly, Bluedriver would only update about once a second, even with displaying just a single sensor. This doesn't make diagnosing an oxygen sensor impossible, it just means that the data that you are seeing is only a rough approximation of what is actually happening.
This problem actually is insignificant in comparison to what I later discovered. Bluedriver was actually injecting garbage data into the stream. The PCM in the vehicle was throwing P0138, indicating that an oxygen sensor was stuck high. When viewing the data stream, the stream would show a switching quality on all 4 oxygen sensors, indicating that all sensors were working correctly. None of the data was duplicated either, meaning the PCM wasn’t simply supplementing the oxygen sensor data with good data from another sensor. I was really really confused by this for a couple days. At some point I tried to live view the vehicle speed sensor, only to find that while driving the vehicle, Bluedriver would frequently show the vehicle speed as 0 while the vehicle was in motion on the highway. The speedometer in the vehicle never dropped out. I realized that the switching quality I was seeing was not from the oxygen sensor but from garbage data. At this point, I changed the oxygen sensor and the code went away. The graph looked the same before and after changing the sensor. Essentially, this makes diagnosing many sensors and their connections impossible with Bluedriver. Sensors often intermittently fail and this tool will actually make it more challenging to find the issue.
I’m returning Bluedriver. I really wanted to keep it. I like to fix my own stuff and the live data and the in depth code scanning really made sense to me at this price point. The reality is, this device is a diagnostics tool and it made diagnosing my problems much more difficult than just a regular code scanner without live data would have. I can deal with bugs in apps, bad UI and things that crash over and over again however I can’t deal with bad data. It really soured the whole thing for me.
I respect the vision of this company. This product has the ability to take on other big names like Snap-On, however, I recommend that users stay away from this product until these issues are fixed. I also recommend to the developers to really focus on data integrity over anything else. This is a tool and people need to trust their tools.
We decided on an immaculate ML270 of 2004 vintage.
The car was (is) immaculate for its age, nice dealer and drove well - the BlueDriver confirmed our hopes as no fault codes or any issues found.
Within a week of ownership, the vehicle lost power, Bluedriver once more installed, no fault codes ? took it to the local Mercedes dealer and their code machine lit up like a Christmas tree !
So, emailed the company to see if I was doing something wrong or needed to load something I missed (and make the point that the product has cost me dearly !!) - a pointless reply as follows -- "Any vehicle sold in Europe from 2001+ (petrol) and 2004+ (diesel) will provide engine and emissions diagnostics (anything that turns on the check engine light). We also support enhanced diagnostics (ABS, SRS, etc) for most compatible vehicles from Ford, GM, Chrysler, Nissan, and Toyota. Unfortunately repair reports are not currently available for vehicles with non-North American VINs.
If you have any other questions please contact us any time!"
Yep - that tells me nothing .... thanks, just now having to repair a car £££
I've had cheap scanners, and snapon scanners.
For the price of this you can not go wrong.
This little scanner reads not only engine codes, but also reads codes from transmission codes, and BCM codes.
It does a full analysis from a gauge sweep to all sensor readouts.
Unless you wanna spend literally thousands of dollars to read the same things you get from this then you'll never understand.
Also does live data (O2s S1 & S2, fuel trims, rpm, speed, more...)
5 stars and fully recommend this product.
Great job on this product!!!
Bought it for my 2007 535d (EU). Device is not compatible, unable to read any codes and reads only the basic live data. Says it's compatible with EU cars after 2004. Clearly it's not.
Tried to update it now, after a year of sitting in my drawer. Nope, didn't think so! Unable to update it either.
I was never so upset with a purchase. £100 down the drain. There are far, far better apps and sensors for that price and they will do some coding too.
So if you own a BMW, don't even think about buying this crap! Bluedriver just looks nice, but in reality does nothing else than that. wish I could give it 0 starts rating.
"Unfortunately our vehicle/repair data provider (Identifix) currently supports North American VINs only. Your vehicle will support all OBDII functions (reading/clearing codes, smog check, mode 6, live data, etc) but the app will not currently be able to decode the VIN. If your vehicle has a North American equivalent a VIN can be entered from decodethis.com/archives and repair data will be available. The report should be used for troubleshooting direction only since there could be regional differences between the vehicles."
I appreciated the quick response, and I think that BlueDriver is an excellent product. I only wish that in their sales literature they specifically pointed out that while BlueDriver will work for all OBD2 functions, you will not be able to decode a VIN from a car in Europe. This would have affected my decision.
I was reluctant to purchase this BlueDriver, mostly because of my negative experience with the RioRand, and partly because it looked "gimmicky" to me. What could a little thing like this do for me, I wondered? Well, I can tell you, this is no gimmick. The free software download to pair with the device, along with their website and the multiple systems it checks on your vehicle, all contribute to a VERY IMPRESSIVE PRODUCT. Check Google, watch the multiple YouTube videos posted by those who have purchased this unit: in use, it's every bit as impressive (and more) as it looks in every YouTube video you'll see. Their website and 24/7 customer support is second to none.
I can't tell you whether or not it will work for your make/model/year of vehicle, but I'm sure if you go to their website and contact them, they will be pleased to tell you. What I CAN tell you, with certainty, is that it worked perfectly on a 2013 Chrysler Town & Country Limited. If you have this vehicle make/model/year, or its sister Dodge Grand Caravan of the same year, this product should perform brilliantly for you.
My advice: when you're preparing to purchase an OBD II scanner, do some serious research before you buy one, or you'll end up with a paperweight, like the RioRand I bought last December.........
In summary, I just do not recommend this device if you live outside the USA or CA.
It reads code is perfectly but doesn’t seem to do anything more for me than the cheap £30 of odm reader would do. In America it might work perfectly but in the UK it’s hit and miss but at least Amazon are very good at refunding
Next, I checked on a check engine light on a 2003 Chevy Tracker finding out it is a thermostat issue that can be changed at home without going to the garage for it.
So, so far I would say this unit has paid for itself in droves, saving at least $500 within 15 minutes of diagnosing!
It does take a few minutes to pair the unit to my Samsung, once that was completed you can connect to the phone within the BlueDriver app, in the top right corner "connect", relatively a short learning curve to connect with a ton of data at your disposal.
The app is simple to use. I would have given it a five star rating if it weren't for the following;
The only disappointment or con that irked me was under vehicle specs the only thing this product picked up was the VIN, year and brand of car, not even the model? No specs like where car was made, motor, transmission etc... Disappointed because this was what tipped the balance for me to buy it as it was suppose to carry info for Toyota as so stated on their site. Contacted support but they just gave me an answer that was of no help. Seems I have to wait for Edmunds or some such to update their data bank for a popular car that is already 7 years old?