Supported by FIXD
People are going CRAZY over these three students’ inventions for diagnosing car issues quickly.
Does your Check Engine Light on at the WORST possible moment?
There are THOUSANDS of reasons why a check engine light comes on, and determining the underlying reason always requires a trip to the mechanic.
Mechanics keep our vehicles operating smoothly… but I’ve always suspected that mine was overcharging me or selling me things I didn’t need, and no matter how strongly I felt this was true, it turns out IT IS!
Can you relate?
Today, the days of being taken advantage of in automobile repairs are over.
Tired of seeing their family and friends worry about vehicle repairs, the three Georgia Institute of Technology engineering students created this new low-cost device. It instantly identifies your car’s REAL issues and translates them into simple, easy-to-understand language! They’ve sold over 10 million units of their FIXD sensor since coming up, and publications like Business Insider, Engadget, Mashable, and more have featured FIXD already.
What is it?
Imagine looking at your smartphone and IMMEDIATELY knowing
FIXD empowers YOU to TAKE CONTROL the next time your car needs to go into the shop. With FIXD, you’ll be confident to know what repairs need to be done and HOW MUCH THEY SHOULD COST for it, so you can confidently talk to any mechanic.
In other words, FIXD provides the data you need to manage your automobile and avoid expensive repairs or those you don’t even need.
The FIXD automotive scanner plugs into the On-Board Diagnostics II (OB2) port, which is available in any gasoline-powered vehicle manufactured after 1996 (this is the year that all cars were required to have this port).
In order to use it simply plug the device into your car’s OB2 port, open the app on your smartphone (it’s free and available for both Apple and Android), and click the green button to start scanning. The mechanics use the same port to run diagnostic tests on cars.
You’ll get a few items after the scan is over:
Warning Light Diagnosis: If you see a warning light on your dash, this app will tell you WHY the light is on and HOW SEVERE the issue is. You’ll even be able to see how much it would cost to fix the problem.
Mileage-Based Maintenance Reports: This feature of FIXD reads your mileage and tells you when your next scheduled maintenance should occur, including how much it would cost.
FIXD is incredibly simple to use. Simply follow these THREE easy steps:
MOST USEFUL: FIXD tells you exactly what’s causing the Check Engine Light in plain old English when it does. There will be no more looking up codes or wondering if you’re spending too much at the repair shop – never again!
Not only can you use FIXD to figure out what is wrong with your car, but you can also turn off the check engine light right from the app. This is perfect for when the problem isn’t serious (like if you didn’t screw the gas cap on tight enough) or if you want to see if it comes back after driving more. How awesome is that?
People using FIXD don’t just appreciate it because it is efficient, but it is simple to use.
It’s easy and inexpensive to consume, so there is no excuse not to order your FIXD right now! It is especially true since there are ABSOLUTELY NO RISKS in trying FIXD.
I appreciate the fact that this company backs up its product! Don’t you like it? For a full refund, please send it back. (won’t YOU order!)
Interested in becoming a part of the THOUSANDS of people who are taking back control of their car and avoiding costly repairs with FIXD?
Right now, if you order online using the link below, AirPhysio has a few SPECIAL LIMITED-TIME DEALS going on. We can’t promise these savings will be available for long, but we’ll update this section if they go away…so if you’re reading it, good news!
“Six months ago, we paid about $1400 when the dread engine light came up. This time I got an estimate of another $1400. So, I decided to buy FIXD, not to repair the car my self since I am not mechanically inclined, but to gain a little knowledge about the condition of the vehicle and at least to know if the mechanic was being fair. To my horror, FIXD gave me about 8 errors, but fortunately, it came down to two parts which were sending the wrong signal to the valves. The parts cost was $160 and the labor was not that challenging. Now, the problem is gone. Total, including FIXD, $220.00, a far cry from the $1400 the the shop wanted to charge.
” – Mario B.
“I like the product. Its simple and easy for anyone to use. I have a young son that loves to fix his own stuff and I explained how many parts on the car engine can have the same symptom and with out a code you will spend a lot of money changing parts until you find the correct problem. My Example is car runs great warms up to 150 deg then stalls. Well that could be bad fuel pump, bad crank sensor, bad egr valve, bad idle air control valve or a few other problems. As you can see the list is a costly one all with the same symptom. Plugged your devise in and wala shows a code and describes the heat temperature sensor is bad. $19 part, 10 minutes to change and back in business.” – David N.
“Used it to diagnose a pesky “check engine” light. Most say not to worry about that light, but I feel it is there for a reason. The reason could be little and insignificant, but it could also be important. Mine was for an O2 sensor on my catalytic converter. So, that’s on the list to fix. To me the price of FIXD is worth it. I would like to keep my 13 yr old, “paid for”, car, for as long as possible. This tool will help me to do that. Thanks.” – Marguerite Y.
“We bought 3 of them so we could monitor the wife’s and daughters car even when they are not at home. What a great product and well worth the money!! About time that someone used their head to market a product that is not only useful but gives the dad peace of mind and help with service reminders as well!!! Great job, guys!!” – April M.
“This is one of my favorite gadgets of all time. No more going to a shop to get the check engine codes checked and interpreted by someone else. It also alerted me while I was driving that I had two new codes. I drove immediately to the place I intended to get it repaired and the mechanic told me if I hadn’t brought it in when I did, I might have to pay for much more costly repairs and my car breaking down on me. The app is also constantly being updated and made better.” – Dona