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Like others have said it did not work on my 2000 Ford Explorer but has worked on 10 other vehicles that I used it on. The reason it did not work with my Ford is because it has Ford protocol SAE J1850 PWM which it said it works with but not mine? . For a good resource to see which protocol your vehicles use go to this web site http://www.obdtester.com/obd2_protocols. If you like cars get a ELM 327. They are fun and a great way to check and monitor your car or truck.
Does Not Work With Ford J1850-41.6 Protocol2/19/2013
The claim that this works with ALL OBDII is false, it will not work with Ford J1850-41.6 That includes all (American) Fords between 1996-2001, and 95% of 02-03, 50% of 04, 15% of 05, 10% of 06 (2007 and beyond are CANBUS and should work).