Here you will find our range of OBD cables. To diagnose your car via a laptop or computer, you need an interface. Cars made until 1998 often still have an OBD1 connection. This means that car manufacturers had their own connection. Manufacturers were free to design their own diagnostic systems and thus also make their own OBD connections. Starting in 1996, this was standardized to a 16 pin connection.
OBD adapter cable
To diagnose a car with an OBD1 connection using current equipment, you need an adapter/adapter. Since 1996, many brands have switched to the OBD2 standard. OBD2 means that the connection is a 16-pin connection. With every brand today, the connection is the same.
OBD extension cable
If the OBD connector in your car is in an poorly accessible place, or should the interface cable be on the short side, you can also purchase an extension cable to make the job easier. This allows you to work with your laptop outside your car, for example.