EngineLink LE will turn your iPhone/iPod into vehicle / car performance / diagnostics tool and scanner that uses a LELink (low Energy Bluetooth) adapter to connect to your OBD2 engine management / ECU. BENEFITS: * Emission Test. * See what your car is doing in real-time. * Read and clear OBD fault codes. * Display car performance and sensor data. * Customizable gauges, showing only the data you were interested in * NO in-app purchase and NO subscription fees! __________________ FEATURES: + Show and reset a DTC / CEL / fault code (current, pending and history) like a scan tool + Graph data + MPG widget to plot real time fuel efficiency + Heads up display / HUD mode for night time driving (mirror the display on your vehicle's windshield) + Can read Transmission Temperatures (vehicle dependent) + Horsepower/HP & Torque / acceleration + Boost / vacuum gauge + Engine speed / Engine RPM / Engine Load /Coolant / Fuel Tank + Customizable dashboard + Full configurable GUI with user choice of dial gauge, bar gauge, plot gauge, digital gauge, and on-off gauge as display elements + Full custom PID support. + Formula support. + Preloaded GM and Ford PID libraries + Preloaded standard PID library and Prius PID libraries . + User can add more libraries within the app or by using iTunes File Sharing + Multiple ECU support. Non-CAN, 11-bit CAN, and 29-bit CAN ECU bus types + Multiframe data support + Background color option + Email user log function (access by long pressing custom PID screen) + Multiple PID formula support + 0 to 60mph timer and quarter mile timer __________________ EngineLink supports all OBD-II and EOBD compliant vehicles sold worldwide. If in doubt check with your manufacturer first or look for 'OBD2' on written on a big white label in your engine bay. The app needs LELink or LELink2 (Bluetooth Low Energy) to work. The following iOS devices supports Bluetooth Low Energy BLE 4.0 and will work with LELink: iPhone 4s or later iPad (3rd generation) or later iPad mini or later iPod touch (5th generation) or later. You can check Developer WebSite for Adapter Guide: http://www.outdoor-apps.com/enginelink.html Drop us an email for any suggestions/questions you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will answer.