OBD Fusion is an app for your car that allows you to read OBD2 vehicle data directly from your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. You can clear your check engine light, create customized dashboards, read diagnostic trouble codes, estimate fuel economy, and much more! OBD Fusion is also available for Apple Watch! Is your check engine light on? Do you want to monitor fuel economy and usage in your vehicle? Do you want cool looking virtual dashboards on your iPhone or iPad? If so, then OBD Fusion is the app for you! OBD Fusion is used by professional mechanics, do-it-yourself mechanics, and vehicle owners who want to monitor their vehicle and daily driving habits. Drive smarter, improve your fuel economy, and keep your engine healthy! IMPORTANT NOTE: You must have a Wi-Fi ELM327 compatible scan tool, OBDLink MX+, Carista BLE adapter, Tonwon BLE adapter, Veepeak BLE 4.0 adapter, LELink BLE adapter, Viecar BLE adapter, Lonauto adapter, Vinli adapter, Vgate iCar Bluetooth 4.0, BAST BLE adapter, Kiwi 3, or Automatic car adapter (Pro or 2nd generation) to use this app. OBD Fusion is not compatible with generic ELM Bluetooth scan tools and 1st generation Automatic car adapters. Checkout the full list of adapters here: https://www.obdsoftware.net/software/obdfusion OBD Fusion supports all OBD2 and EOBD vehicles sold worldwide. Not sure if your vehicle is OBD2 or EOBD compliant? See this page for more information: https://www.obdsoftware.net/support/knowledge-base/how-do-i-know-whether-my-vehicle-is-obd-ii-compliant/. OBD Fusion can also connect to some JOBD vehicles through advanced configuration in the app. Please contact us for more details. OBD Fusion is brought to you by OCTech, LLC, the makers of TouchScan and OBDwiz. Now you can get the same great features for your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad! OBD Fusion has a ton of features, including: - Read and clear diagnostic trouble codes and your Check Engine Light (MIL) - Real-time dashboard display with fully customizable gauges - Performance calculations for 1/4 mile and 0-60 mph track times - Fuel economy MPG (US and UK), l/100km or km/l calculation - Full diagnostic report that can be stored and emailed - Real-time graphing of multiple signals - Multiple trip meters - Log data to CSV file and email CSV files - Create custom enhanced PIDs - Includes some built-in enhanced PIDs for Ford and GM vehicles - Display Boost pressure in real-time - Display Engine Horsepower and Torque - Display calculated Air-to-fuel ratio - Display battery voltage - Read freeze frame data - Fully customizable units, including English, Imperial, and Metric units - Real-time graphing - Over 150 supported PIDs - Displays vehicle information including VIN and calibration ID - Emissions readiness for each US state - Find out if your car will pass emissions inspection - Oxygen Sensor Results (Mode $05) - On-board Monitoring Tests (Mode $06) - In-performance Tracking Counters (Mode $09) - GPS tracking - plot vehicle parameters on a map in real-time - Integrated Dropbox functionality - Available in English, Czech, French, Italian, Spanish and Greek - Manufacturer specific Enhanced Diagnostics are available for certain vehicles through In-App purchases. * Some features may be limited based on the adapter that you are using. OBD Fusion with the Automatic adapter is currently limited to reading SAE PID data only. OBD Fusion with the Vinli adapter is currently limited to reading SAE PID data and trouble codes only. ** Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. OBD Fusion for Apple Watch includes the following features: - View statistics about your last trip - View quick information about your vehicle - See where you parked your car on the map - Set parking meter time on your watch and easily check the time remaining on the parking meter
Helped me troubleshoot ABS issues on a Ford. Developer question - Do you have a way to add multiple vehicles to the app so I can store data on more than one car?
Love this one
I paid for this after looking at a host of apps, looking for one thing. Read codes and reset the light if necessary. All of them display codes but resetting the engine light is elusive. Auto Doctor comes close but to add reset you have to subscribe. I am against recurring fees as much as possible. I finally found and paid the $10 for this app and am glad I did. Solid Support and no subscription fair pricing. Cheap insurance for an innocuous engine light when you want to be able to know if something real goes wrong. Plus there is a lot more.
Love this app, teamed up with a high end OBD reader, the average consumer gets a really high level of monitoring and diagnostic. I have worked in heavy diesel maintenance for a very long time, primarily on CAT mining equipment. This gives me the ability to track operating stats and track component degradation. One thing I’d love to see, setting log data for individual vehicles, say I have one vehicle, OBD reader can pick up some sensors, but another vehicle can monitor others. I’d love to be able to set specific logged data for individual vehicles. So I don’t have the wade through the mass data deleting the zero reading columns to get down to the useful information
The immobilizer scan is combined with networks and when selected it does not scan Lexus RX300 immobilizer codes. So the Toyota enhanced scan tool is worthless, otherwise for generic SAE PID scan, this app is ok
Logs used to be sorted newest to oldest. Now random.
This was a waste of money. It doesn’t offer any relevant options to monitor for a 2004 6.0 powerstroke. 100% dissatisfied with this huge waste of 10 dollars. 10 out of 10 would not recommend. You pay 10 bucks to download the app just to find out you barley have any important options to monitor. Then you have to pay an additional 10 dollars to get enhanced options? No thanks. Pretty misleading that you pay 10 bucks essentially for a “lite” version of the app. I can understand paying for the software but 20 bucks really?
Paid $9.99 for this app and they didn’t design a way to obtain the odometer reading?! All this other stuff but no odometer reading. Got the WiFi veepak which I searched for hours trying to find an app. Now have to get the Bluetooth option. Found a couple apps have the odometer feature in their app. Disappointing.
Great app. Connected to my Veepeak OBD-II scan tool easily.
My 1998 Chevy Tahoe doesn’t show up and there are no Extended Diagnostic for GM.