OTC OBD I & II Scan Tool 3211
Batteries Not Included
Since batteries aren't included, I lucked out by having a number of loose Energizer AAA batteries lying around. Although it will undoubtedly run longer on a set of Li Ion batteries, the manual only calls for alkalines, which these are. The manual does recommend removing them to store the tool, and with the cost of the tool and the chance of a battery leaking over time, I won't be chancing it. Photo: Ryan King, 2018.
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