In article <foOhf.1488$Ba6.firstname.lastname@example.org>, pop-
> There's two ODBII software packages that seem comparable in price, AutoTap
> and Ease Diagnostics. Both are PC based. I'd like some input on both if
> possible. I'm just an old backyard mechanic and not a professional. If
> anyone used either of those, I'd appreciate your comments.
I have an AutoTap, which comes with a proprietary baud/protocol
converter pod. It's basically a read-only device which can clear
error codes, but won't program things like transmission shift
points or spedometer calibration. The basic package works well
enough, but beware of their "free" upgrade which locks the pod
to work with only one serial number software. I'd rate it as
satisfactory, not impressive - it did the job I bought it for,
but I might try something else next time around.
Not familiar with the other one.