FIXD translates your car problems into simple understandable terms. Whenever you run into a problem, FIXD will give you the severity of the issue and the consequences of continued driving. FIXD also reminds you when your car needs maintenance to help extend the life of your vehicle. New feature: Call a Mechanic! Need additional help diagnosing an issue? Call our hotline for help from a certified mechanic! Get an unbiased 2nd opinion before over-paying at the repair shop. (In-App-Purchase Charged to your iTunes account after free trial expires, auto-renewing (renew price same as original purchase) 24h prior to expiry, managed in iTunes account settings, renewals must be canceled 24h before end of period. Unused free-trial period forfeit upon purchase.) https://www.fixdapp.com/terms-of-service https://www.fixdapp.com/fixd-privacy-policy
First off, too many advertisements. Second off, this device does not work with my ‘99 Ford Explorer or ‘07 Toyota Camry. It may end up showing a check engine error if that does occur but none of my other dash lights can be adjusted. This would include air bag sensor and tire pressure. This device sits in the glovebox until I actually get a check engine light. Otherwise it’s basically worthless.
Waste of money. Can not even connect to the app.
When will the update be ready to clear ALL dashboard warning lights as this was promised mid-2018?
The app has an easy to understand interface and the codes are given in easy to understand language. However for more complicated vehicles it just isn't up to the task and a more advanced tool may be needed to diagnose the problem. This is where my chief complaint comes in. In a competitive field where an excellent OBD2 scanner is one third the price of the Fixd hardware, it makes no sense to lock their scanner to the app. If their hardware had functionality outside of their app (which they must intentionally limit) this would be a 5 star program (possibly deducting half a star on price). I understand locking the app to their unique hardware as you have to pay for development somehow and the app is free. But intentionally limiting which apps your customers can use with your hardware is a terrible way to do business.
Biggest issue was every time I restarted car I’d have to run app again. Stop for gas re-run app. Recently they keep doing updates and app has not worked for weeks. New update still doesn’t work. Over and over. At this point calling it a waste of money.
Often get a “no internet connection error”. Yet, here I am...leaving a review.
My check engine light came on and fixd couldn’t detect it. Wish I didn’t waste my money.
I’m not sure if it’s my car or the device but it will not communicate with my 2012 Chevy Malibu. I’ve tried reading my car quite a few times but I receive the same error. It’s connected perfectly to my sisters Nissan Rogue but refuses to work for my car. Help.
I’ve had FIXD for more than a year.....works as advertised and easy to work with by a non techie person.....can’t ask for more...
This app only identifies — it has never once successfully cleared a fault. It has a block that says, “Clear Engine Light” but it never once cleared the light.