Is my car supported?

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Updated 1/2017

You can check whether your car is compatible by visiting this page.

Automatic works with most cars sold in the US since 1996 (gasoline engine, non plug-in gasoline-hybrid, and diesel*), but there are a small number of cars with which Automatic has been found to be incompatible. It’s very important that you ensure your car is compatible with Automatic before using it. Additionally, OBD ports weren't standardized before 1996. While some cars older than 1996 may have diagnostic ports, there could be things about the internal connection points and wiring in your port that are different. We do not support using Automatic in any car older than 1996. This is also true for international cars, which are unsupported. 

If your car is listed as “unsupported”, it means that we’ve found a compatibility issue with your car during our testing or we have concerns that it will not work or may cause problems. If your car is listed as "unsupported" you should not use Automatic with your car.

We do not support electric vehicles at this time.

*Important note: diesel support currently requires a 2nd generation, Lite, or Pro Automatic adapter. 
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