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Location: USA, NY, Finger Lakes Region
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I am looking for a way to read fault codes on my 2015 GTS 300 and 2015 Sprint 150. Is there anything available to mere mortals or is the factory PADDS tool the only option? I see OBD adapter cables available just wondering what they need to plug into.
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2020 300GTS Sport, 2014 300GTS, 2015 Sprint 150, 2020 Sprint 150, 2005 Granturismo
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Location: USA, NY, Finger Lakes Region
 
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2020 300GTS Sport, 2014 300GTS, 2015 Sprint 150, 2020 Sprint 150, 2005 Granturismo
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Location: USA, NY, Finger Lakes Region
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Thank you for the tip! I was Hoping to find a hand held diagnostic tool to plug into my adapter cable but at least I know it can be done.
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