OTC OBD I & II Scan Tool 3211
Here's the scan tool, as it arrived, "new in box" — or plastic clam shell packaging, as the case may be. Unlike a real clam shell, it isn't hinged for easy opening. It's heat-sealed shut. Normally, I would use a manual can opener to cut the edges off, but I couldn't find the can opener this time around, and was forced to use my pocket knife and a scissors. The people over at OTC really don't want you stealing it. It felt like I needed the jaws of life and a grinder to open it. Photo: Ryan King, 2018.
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