From JleviSW site.
In addition to all this, some software suites will allow you to perform more advanced features, such as:
* Data logging via PC or iPhone/iPod Touch
* OBDII Code scanning (and resetting!)
Which leads me to believe you'd just delete the code every time it popped up. (Or every time you take your car in to the dealership.) Don't think it'll prevent the code from popping up though. It'll come back every 30 miles or so, if I'm not mistaken.
You have to buy that Rev Software separately, right?
Neat toy though.
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