hawkeye1824 wrote:Boy, I'm sure this is a stupid question, but what is an OBDII wifi connector? Thanks!!
All vehicles has an OBDII port originally intended for On Board Diagnostics. It allows service personnel to verify emissions compliance etc. Its a port which allows an external device to communicate with the car's internal network of computers.
Originally OBDII connected to an external device via a serial cable. Wireless options are now available which forward the messages communicated via the OBDII port wirelessly using either bluetooth or in this case WiFi protocols. Apple does not allow open access to older bluetooth protocols so the only option for an iPhone app is currently WiFi.