User-friendly by design, built to give you quick results. The ThinkOBD 100 is the entry-level OBD-II scan tool in the lineup of ThinkCar's products, which includes the popular ThinkDiag and the new ThinkScan series. The ThinkOBD 100 is the perfect scan tool for users looking for a straighforward tool for basic vehicle maintenance. Just plug it into your vehicle's OBD-II port for a quick, easy scan.
ThinkCar ThinkOBD 100 Diagnostic Scanner
Fault Code Library
Compatible with Most Cars
Generic OBD Scan Tool
Full OBD-II diagnostics functions, such as Read/Clear Codes, Freeze Frame, Smog Check or I/M Readiness, O2 Sensor Test, On-Board Monitor, and EVAP System Test.
Built-in Fault Code Library
The ThinkOBD 100 comes with a fault code library built into the device, allow you to conduct quick searches and code lookups right on the device
The ThinkOBD 100 is built to work with most 1996 and newer gasoline vehicles, 12V diesels and light trucks that are OBD-II compliant.
Supported OBD-II protocols: KWP2000, ISO9141, J1850 VPW, J1850 PWM and CAN.
Comes with lifetime subscription-free updates. Can be used on multiple vehicles.
The ThinkOBD 100 is a simple "plug and play" diagnostic scan tool that offers full OBD2 functions. Just plug it into your vehicle's OBD-II port and turn on the ignition to start scanning.
Its compact, durable design fits perfectly in your palm, and all the data and scan results are displayed clearly on the built-in 1.77" TFT color screen. There is no mobile app or software to install or activate, and no batteries to charge and no need for separate power supply.
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- Front Camera
- 12V Power Cable
- Mini USB Cable
- GPS Logger
- Cable Clips
- Adhesive Mount Stickers
- Trim Removal Tool
- User Manual
- 1-Year Warranty
2K QHD @ 30 FPS
Maximum Frame Rate
2K QHD @ 60 FPS
External Module (included)
-20°C - 70°C (-4°F - 158°F)
Maximum SD Card
2" LCD screen
Built-in (802.11n 2.4GHz / 802.11 ac 5GHz Dual Band)
H.265 / H.264 / .MP4
Country of Origin
1-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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The very first OBD2 Scan Tool I used was back in 2002 (Snap-On Red Brick), and it cost $5,000 USD.
It's amazing to me how basic Scanners can cost as low as $25. For that price, it might be a good idea to carry one in the glovebox of every car you own, kinda like how we use to carry a "Rand McNally" in there. lol
Even if you can't turn a wrench under your hood, the scanner info can be used to keep your mechanic honest.
I would love to give a review of the product. But, I haven't used it yet. I can only speak for the order and shipping time. I had excellent service. My scanner arrived a day earlier than expected. Placing my order was a breeze. I am happy so far. I will be using the scanner soon. I will be able to give a review of the product at that time. But, for now I am completely satisfied.