If you bought your car in the United States, and it is a 1996 model or newer, then your car is federally required to have one. Many other cars have the port, but contact us to make sure.
In the vast majority of cars, it is on the driver side under the dashboard, just above the pedals. If you have difficulty finding the port in your car, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can leave the sensor plugged in all the time, as it uses very little power when not communicating with the app. If you leave your car sitting for more than 3 weeks, we recommend that you remove the sensor.
FIXD can only communicate with the car about the check engine light at the moment. We are working on expanding the capabilities to include service reminders, ABS, TPMS, etc. by licensing manufacturer-specific codes.
Our VIN decoder does not recognize vehicles sold outside the USA. VINs are 17 characters long and do not include the characters I, O, or Q. If you are having this issue contact us at email@example.com
Try these steps:
If these steps don't work contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
No, your smartphone will allow you to pair and communicate with multiple Bluetooth receivers at one time.
No, you need Bluetooth enabled on your smartphone for FIXD to connect to the sensor and your car.
As long as there is a person with the car running the FIXD App, you can see the status and details of that car through our Multi-Vehicle Control feature.
We currently support 99% of various years, makes, and models, but we are still working on adding support for a few vehicles. If your vehicle hasn’t been included, please let us know, and we will include it as soon as possible.
There currently is no plan for Windows Phone, but if you contact us, we will keep you updated.
We don't guarantee support for vehicles outside the US, but contact us if you would like to beta test.
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