I know this is a worn out subject, but I still dont understand KR, why its caused, and how to get rid of it. My scanner dosent have a measurment for KR, so is there another way to know how much I have?
I purchased the scanner off of amazon and I have it installed, where do I look for KR, Im just not seeing it.ELM323 and ELM327 Scanners suck, the ELM323 is even too slow to be very useful at all, they work, but they are some of the poorest performance scanners out there.
I use EFILive to scan, awesome tool. I have used HPTuners scan a little, I like EFILive better, but I didn't have it long enough to really get everything setup. It wasn't as easy to setup as EFILive. Palmer software scan tools are like EFILive. You can find Autotap with EFILive and that is a great deal, but only available used. You get the latest EFILive with it (scan only) and AutoTap 3.1 (old, but works, has a lot of features), but is is only RS232 based IIRC. FTDI USB to RS232 adapters work fine.
You can get ScanTool 425801 OBDLink SX OBD-II Scan Tool USB Interface with OBDwiz Diagnostic Software : Amazon.com : Automotive this one, it works pretty well and the software, free OBDWiz with purchase, is decent. The OBDLink is NOT ELM327 based, it is STN1110 based and much much much faster.