Eco OBD2 makes new map in the car's computer ECU to improve the performance of your car according to your driving habits. When it is plugged into OBD2 connector, Eco OBD2 receives the information from the car computer ECU. With the received data from ECU, Eco OBD2 adjusts the boost pressure, quantity of fuel, injection timing and pressure to increase the performance of your car. As you driving much more KM / Mile, it renews the map. Thus it keeps the vehicle's power and torque increasing. To turn back to the car's original settings, just unplug Eco OBD2 from OBD2 connector.Main Features:
Can be plugged into OBD2 connector of your car to increase the performance of your car
Receiving the information from the car computer ECU
Finding out the hidden power of your car
Without damaging the engine and the car computer ECU
Causing no negative effects to the car factory setting
Working within the tolerance of engine without exceeding manufacturer requirements
Eco OBD2 does not change any of the settings permanently
Fit for benzine cars Compatible with the following cars:
- Sold after January 1, 1996 in the USA
- Sold after January 1, 2001 in the European Union
- With benzine engine sold after January 1, 2003Installation and Calibration:
1. Pull the car ignition key.
2. Find OBD2 connector in your car and plug Eco OBD2.
3. Insert the key in the ignition and turn the key to the first stage. (Do not start the car)
4. Press the reset button for about 5 seconds. After releasing the button, just wait for a while about 30 - 54 second (Eco OBD2 communicate and connect with ECU).
5. Start the engine.
6. Eco OBD2 recognize your car and your driving habits, after about 200 km / 150 miles of driving and therefore Eco OBD2 adjusted to match perfectly to your car's fuel economy.OBD2 Connector Location in Your Car:
1. Driver's side, underneath dashboard, in the area under the steering column
2. Driver's side, underneath dashboard, between the driver-side door and steering column area
3. Driver's side, underneath dashboard, between the steering column area and the center console
4. Driver's side, dashboard instrument / gauge area, between the steering column and center console
5. Driver's side, dashboard instrument / gauge area, between the driver-side door and steering column
6. Center console, vertical surface left of vehicle centerline
7. Center console, vertical surface right of vehicle centerline or on passenger side of center console
8. Center console, horizontal surface in front passenger area