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Old 06-19-2010, 05:05 PM
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Honestly, if you going to buy any Peake tool for regular use, get the FCX for being able to check and clear engine codes...you'll use it 10x more than you'd ever use the SRS one. Also, I'd double check with the seller to see if they're including the adapter cable that is in the picture. The Peake tools usually go into the round port under the hood, but if your car doesn't have one (like my 01 X5), you'll need what's called an AB03 adapter that converts the round plug to an OBDII type of plug. I just made my own since I didn't want to spend like $80 for a cable. If you change your mind, let me know.
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