Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Get Your Car FIXD This Coming #NewYear2021

FIXD - it's the perfect tech gadget for basically anyone with a car. This tiny diagnostic car sensor explains in plain English a car problem, its severity, and cost to fix through an app, saving the owner time and money. FIXD is a tiny sensor that diagnoses more than 7,000 potential car problems. It shares regular maintenance reminders and predicts likely repairs in the future. It is available at fixdapp.com, Amazon.com, and select stores including Walmart and Best Buy.
1. Plug In Under Steering Wheel
Every car built in 1996 or after has this port (OBD2) under the driver’s side dash. This is the same port mechanics use to diagnose car problems.
2. Start Your Vehicle
You're almost there.
3. Tap To Scan 
Open the app and hit “scan” to instantly decode your check engine light and monitor your car’s health in real time.
FIXD is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and proud to be an American-owned company. Founded by John Gattuso, Julian Knight, and Frederick Grimm, 3 Georgia Tech grads who were sick of seeing friends and family get ripped off at the repair shop, FIXD has sold over 2 million sensors to drivers across America. They want to empower car owners everywhere to save time, save money, and simplify car care. 

Check it all out at FIXD on Facebook, as well a FIXD on Twitter, and FIXD on Instagram.
   
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