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  • Name
    Daevid Vincent
  • Car
    2002 Lotus Esprit V8 - 25th Anniversary #43
  • Modifications
    brakes, stereo, tinted
  • Location
    Seattle,WA
  1. DAE51D

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  2. Is anyone selling one of these? Ideally I'd like the silver/black "Daytona" but at this point I'll take anything -- with adapter for 2002 Lotus Esprit. Daevid. [email protected] 425.985.172
  3. I somehow missed this pinned topic and posted this in the "wrong" place. I don't know how to delete the other one, so I'll just link to it here: http://www.thelotusforums.com/forums/topic/57358-obdlink-mx-works-great-scanguage-ii-does-not-work-at-all
  4. I was looking for a device to connect to the OBDII port(s) to get more real-time data as well as error code information for engine lights. I first tried the ScanGuage II, and while the company is great and helpful and even sent me a replacement device and cable "just in case", I was never able to get it working. My mechanic tried as well and wrote this: “I also think I have figured out the Scangauge problem and unfortunately it doesn't look like there is a way to make it work. I was unable to get the OBD2 port to work with the Scangauge or my generic OBD2 scanner. I noticed on my scann
  5. Lotus Esprit V8 25th Anniversary #43 (2002) Date Added: 04 October 2012 - 05:47 PM Owner: DAE51D Short Description: I bought this as my 43rd birthday gift to myself and it is also #43/100 -- how awesome is that? So far I have modified it to have aluminum knobs, 4 backup sensors, Tire Pressure/Temperature monitor, and the Bel STi-R with Laser shifters integrated into a new mirror from http://www.radar-mirror.com/Store_Bel_Mirrors.html More photos here: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151255324799595.514786.658234594&type=3 View Vehicle
  6. I just bought mine on Tuesday and it had the engine light on (the seller promised that it would go away or they would pay for repair in writing). The repair shop was on the phone with us and swore it too would go away after driving it for 50 miles or so. It didn't go away. I took it to a friend's shop and found the code, tried to reset but no go. Then we found the solution above. I tried this last night on the empty highway and was elated that it worked! How goofy though! WTF. I had to do it in 2nd gear though, because @4500 RPM in 3rd, I'd be going like 80+ MPH! in 2nd, you don't get much
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