Plug And Drive OBD2 Economy Fuel Box Chip Upgrade Fuel Saver For Vehicles Fuel Gasoline Diesel Version
EcoOBD2 is a Plug & Drive Ready device.
EcoOBD2 is easy to install. Just plug it into the OBD2 connector of the cars. EcoOBD2 is suitable for all cars from 1996.
It works on the basis of OBD2 protocols as a remapping of the car’s calculator.
After having traveled 200 km of road in total, EcoOBD2 adapts to the car, according to the habits of the driver, and does not stop remapping the computer to save fuel and avoid immissions.
Depending on your driving habits, EcoOBD2 creates a new map in the computer of the car for the low fuel consumption of the vehicle.
As you drive more km/km, it renews the map and adapts perfectly to your car to save more fuel.
How does the EcoOBD2 chip control box work?
EcoOBD2 is a chip control box that can be plugged into your car’s OBD2 connector to help reduce fuel consumption in your car.
When plugged into the OBD2 connector, EcoOBD2 receives the ECU information from the car computer.
With the data received from the ECU, EcoOBD2 adjusts the boost pressure, fuel quantity, injection time and pressure to reduce fuel consumption of your car.
EcoOBD2 Chip Tuning Box does not exceed the manufacturer’s requirements. This only works within the tolerance limits of the motor.
EcoOBD2 does not damage the engine and computer of the car and has no negative effect on the factory settings of the car.
EcoOBD2 does not change any parameter permanently. To return to the original settings of the car, simply disconnect EcoOBD2 from the OBD2 connector.
Installation and calibration:
Remove the car key from the ignition.
Find the OBD2 (*) connector in your car and plug-in EcoOBD2.
Insert the key into the ignition and turn the key to the first floor. (Do not start the car).
Press the reset button for about 5 seconds. After releasing the button, wait a moment for about 30 to 54 seconds. (EcoOBD2 will communicate and establish a connection with the ECU).
Start the engine.
EcoOBD2 will recognize your vehicle and your driving habits after about 200 km. EcoOBD2 will fit perfectly to your car to save you more fuel.
OBD2 connector for vehicles:
Does your car have an OBD2 connector?
The on-board diagnostic system, or “OBD”, is a computerized system built into all 1996 and later light trucks and pickup trucks, as required by the 1990 Clean Air Act amendments.
OBD systems are designed to monitor the performance of certain major components of an engine, including those responsible for controlling emissions.
OBD2 necessarily for cars:
Sold after January 1, 1996, in the United States.
Sold after 1 January 2001 in the European Union.
With diesel engines sold after January 1, 2003.
Where is the OBD2 connector in your car?
On the driver’s side, under the dashboard, in the area under the steering column.
On the driver’s side, under the dashboard, between the driver’s side door and the steering column area.
On the driver’s side, under the dashboard, between the area of ?? the steering column and the center console.
Driver side, instrument panel/gauge area, between the steering column and the center console.
Driver side, dashboard instrument/gauge area, between the driver’s side door and the steering column.
Center console, the vertical surface to the left of the vehicle axle.
Center console, the upright vertical surface of the vehicle centerline or the passenger side of the center console.
Center console, the horizontal surface at the front of the passenger.