FIXD – Diagnose Car Problems With Your Smartphone
If you’ve ever taken your car in for a routine oil change only to be hit with a laundry list of “recommended” repairs from your mechanic, you’re not alone.
Mechanics know taking advantage of people is easy, but there’s a new device you can keep in your car that can tell you exactly why that ‘check engine light’ is on.
Just plug FIXD into the diagnostics port (typically located under the dash below the steering wheel), download the free FIXD app on your smartphone, and you’re done.
The free FIXD app provides an easy-to-understand explanation of any problems, along with an estimate of what it should cost to fix any issues, and the potential consequences that may arise by continuing to drive with the problem.
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FIXD is a Vehicle diagnostics tool to help you see what's wrong with your vehicle. You can go to a mechanic that you trust or is affiliated with FIXD to get your vehicle fixed without costing you extra money.
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FIXD can even reset that pesky ‘check engine light” right from your phone.
“It’s like having a honest mechanic riding shotgun at all times.”
🔥 Diagnose ‘check engine lights’ and car problems right from your phone.
🔥 Get real-time alerts of any issues with your vehicle.
🔥 Developed by three Georgia Tech engineering students.