OBD stands for On Board Diagnostic.
Since the arrival of electronics in the automobile world, vehicles can self-diagnose and send back the results.
> The aim of our site is to make diagnostics on electrical / electronic faults in vehicles accessible to private car owners.
> Using this site, we hope that you will be able to repair your electronic failures yourself without the need for your dealer's "diagnostic kit".
Video of our OBD2 car diagnostic pack includingEOBD-Facile software
> You can do the diagnosis yourself without spending a fortune. To communicate with your car, all you need is an OBD2 car diagnostic tool and a software, like the one we have developed.
> Our EOBD-Facile software enables you to make full use of the possibilities of the ELM327 interface.
> For more details about how the EOBD-Facile software works, checkout our software page.
> The OBD standard was introduced for petrol vehicles from 2001 and diesel vehicles from 2003.
> Using logs sent in by EOBD-Facile users, we have also created a list of compatible vehicles that you will find on the list of OBD2 compatible vehicles page.
> The tools (outils in French) we develop are designed to be easy (facile in French) to use - that's all!
> Our tools are minimalist and user-friendly, but complete, so that you can concentrate on what is important: using your vehicle's data to diagnose a breakdown.