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Has anyone tried using an OBD2 scanner on an Smart E-Drive?

I have a 2017 Smart. If you have tried using a OBD2, let me know if it worked, brand, etc?

Thank you,

Dan
Rochester Hills, MI
 

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I have the Autel MixiCOM MK808 and it connects fine.
It gives a lot of information too. 12v battery levels, high voltage levels, accelerator position, brake vacuum levels etc... But it is just a communicator not the PRO that has Write capabilities.
 

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Autel ap200 / hd200 is the most affordable "generic" obd2 scanner I could find that is fully compatible for the ED. It's locked to one brand (Smart) only, not the professional version, but can read/clear codes.. You can confirm compatibility yourself if you're so inclined on the Autel web site. (all group/systems). It will read all codes and live data/etc but I haven't tried while driving.
 
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