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November 29, 2003 Show:
Car Computer Scanners Guest:
Founded in 1981, B&B Electronics develops and manufactures communications products for retail systems, factory automation and Palm interface products for the heavy-duty trucking market. B&B Electronics are the makers of the AutoTap« OBD II scantool. The AutoTap Diagnostic Scanner is a perfect tool for any car owner and comes in several versions; GM, Ford, Chrysler and a combination scantool with codes for all three. In addition, the software comes in a generic (basic reader) for any of the three car manufacturers or combination and an advanced data version for GM, Ford, Chrysler or the combination of the three.
Mike Fahrion, Director of Business Development discusses the complete line of AutoTap products, useful for mechanics and drivers alike who want to know what is really wrong with their vehicles.
B&B ElectronicsNovember 29, 2003 interview
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