OTC Tool Guy Pegisys Direct - Hit Technician No Scan Tool Communication

When setting up the the tool and connecting it to the vehicle, there is no communication to and from the tool and the vehicle.

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OTC Tool Guy Pegisys Direct - Hit Technician 2003 Volkswagen Jetta 1.9 Ltr P0380
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