Scan your car systems, identify faults and get vehicle diagnosis before vehicle faults find you!
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a. Malfunction diagnostics including: misfire, faulty sensors, air pollution, gear computer, engine management and more.
b. Battery and alternator charge
c. Engine heat
d. Fuel consumption analytics and costs
e. Price and quality comparison between mechanics
f. Real-time quotes for repairs and maintenance
Engie's Bluetooth device is a standard OBD2 device (like a USB) which connects to the car's computer and transfers the data via Bluetooth.
The OBD2 connection doesn't affect the car warranty. Manufacturers are obligated by law to allow this connection to the car.
The device usually connects under the dashboard and the connection process takes less than 30 seconds. Find your car’s connection through this link
Engie supports almost every car from 2002 except diesel cars which are supported from 2005. Hybrid cars are not supported. Find the full vehicle list in the app as part of the registration process.
No. Engie's device only reads data from the car computer and doesn’t change anything actively.
The device charges about 40 Milliamperes (less than a car alarm) so it's safe to keep it plugged in.
The device is standard for all cars so it can be transferred from car to car but connected with a different user.
Engie diagnosis computerized faults which are between 60-80% of total car problems. If we look into the future as cars get more advanced the percentages are going to be much higher. Customers can still get quotes for the mechanical problems that aren't diagnosed through the app.