Does It Really Work: Micro Mechanic

The Micro Mechanic is a little device that the maker claims will show you what's wrong with your vehicle if the check engine light is on. It will also tell you if it's safe to drive and how much it should cost to repair it. But Kurt Aaron wants to know, does it really work?

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  • Jack Nguyen

    My Review on Micro Mechanic: The Micro Mechanic is a little device that supposedly shows you what is wrong with your vehicle if the check engine light is on. It will also tell you if it’s safe to drive and how much it should cost to repair it. It did a great job without flaws.

    Pros: Easy and free to Download, works flawlessly, turns check engine light off as long the problem was not major and the check engine light is on, more knowledgeable than the average mechanic.

    Cons: None!

    Final Verdict: For about $20, Micro Mechanic is really impressive. It does make the check engine light situation easier. Everyone with vehicles from 1996 or newer deserves this.

    Score: 9/10

    After Word: Almost the best!

    Final Grade: A

  • Ilya Semenov (@Ilya000002)

    Generic ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 scanner costs like $3-5 on Ebay or Amazon and there is an amazing app for Android or iOS called Torque, and it has a free version. I had those for the last 7-10 years (I think, OBD2 ports have been mandatory for passenger vehicles since 1998 or so), thus I am a little puzzled what’s new about it that makes it so newsworthy…

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