Car Repair OBD2 Diagnostic Device | Android/iPhone Issue Alert System Updated
Working in conjunction with OBD2 and Bluetooth technologies, the enhanced FIXD devices are easy to install and now operate with both Android and iPhones. Users are provided with a range of features, including maintenance tracking, fault descriptions and severity, engine warning light details, and more.
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Given the complexity of modern engine control systems, understanding what is occurring with a vehicle is not as simple as it once was. Moreover, some vehicle repair centers are less than transparent when suggesting what is wrong. With the latest update, Glenn Brizendine Solutions states that FIXD provides greater ease of use and clarity, now translating over 7,000 error codes.
The OBD2 protocol refers to an onboard self-diagnostic system that has been present on all new vehicles in the US since 1996. Sensors positioned around a vehicle report faults to an electronic control unit, and vehicle repair centers access this information via a port that is usually located under the steering wheel.
As Glenn Brizendine Solutions points out, there is nothing stopping vehicle owners from accessing this information as well. However, understanding what the error codes mean has traditionally been a challenge. With the most recent enhancements, FIXD transmits information to users’ smartphones using Bluetooth, alerting them to any problems with fault descriptions provided in simple English.
In the first instance, information will advise drivers if a vehicle is unsafe to drive. Alternatively, when an issue is less severe, the FIXD unit will suggest the urgency of a repair. Along with helping to prevent expensive damage, the device equips motorists with knowledge of the fault before they attend a vehicle repair center.
About Glenn Brizendine Solutions & FIXD
With the quantity of new products being released to market, Glenn Brizendine Solutions aims to collate the latest and most effective technological innovations for consumers. In the case of FIXD, which was developed by 3 Georgia Tech Graduates, its effectiveness in making car maintenance and repairs more transparent for vehicle owners made it an ideal addition to the agency’s product line.
One expert review website stated: “The FIXD sensor won’t actually fix your car for you, but it does a great job of diagnosing issues quickly and accurately.”
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Glenn Brizendine Solutions
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