FIXD keeps you up to speed on your car's health, now 20% off
Skip the 'check engine' blues with FIXD Car Health Monitor.
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Another Kickstarter success story, FIXD is a small sensor that plugs into nearly any vehicle made after 1996, and lets you know what's wrong with your vehicle when your check engine light comes on. FIXD has three components: the sensor, the app (iOS or Android), and the dashboard. The FIXD sensor relays car problems from the vehicle's diagnostic port to the FIXD app via Bluetooth. The driver is given the severity of the issue, the consequences of continued driving, and a simple definition of what exactly is wrong. The app then offers suggestions on dealership service centers and more, with the option to even clear the check engine light.
All of this information is also relayed to the dashboard where service advisors can see the health and status of each customer, so they can proactively reach out to customers and offer assistance.
With FIXD, you'll get peace of mind knowing exactly when you need to take your car in for maintenance, and what work needs to be done. It's normally $50, but today, Autoblog readers can get one for 20% off – just $38.95 with free shipping. Grab yours today.
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