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    Ugh, what is your car trying to tell you anyway?
    This Kobra OBD-II Wi-Fi car code reader is down to $11.99 on Amazon when you clip the 15% off on-page coupon and use the promo code 5ZE3CSHJ. It sells for $20 without the code and we haven't seen a sale on these readers since June. Make sure the seller for this deal and the ones below is "E-Tech Distributors" or the code won't work. This version uses Wi-Fi, so it's compatible with iOS, Android, and, for the one person who just woke up from several years of sleep, Windows phones.

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    11-29-2018 01:00 PM

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