It looks pretty cool, I would just go online and look up some reviews for it and see what owners say.
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It would be cheaper to go with a bluetooth OBD2 reader and an android device with the Torque pro app btw. It does the same things as the ultra gauge at like 1/4 of the price. Only difference is a slight delay between the bluetooth reader and your device.
Oddly, I haven't found a bad review yet. Or at least not one bad enough to deter me from wanting one. Just wanted to see if anyone had used one on their cobalt.
And sadly I have a iphone still. But that was definitely another option I was looking into. Haven't done enough research on that yet, but I do know the iphone OBDII connectors need to run off of wireless.
Decided to not use a wiring harness for this job and just cut the wires. Used a wiring diagram to cross reference the wires from the new stereo to to the stock ones coming from car. Matched them all up and the stereo turns but has no audio. If anyone has any recommendations on what to do that...
I've just bought a 2008 cobalt lt and I want to change the autoradio (without OnStar) for this one : Boss BVCP9685A 6.75" Apple CarPlay Android Auto Car Stereo
I am completly noob with this, so do I need some adapters or something else, if someone could help me please :).
My power steering light came on also with a traction control light and my speedometer stopped working at first the speedometer would only register when I took my foot of gas then today I got the codes an everything was fine after that for about an hour then it all came back...is it a sensor issue?