I purchased two health monitors for my two cars, a Toyota Auris and a Toyota Yaris. These connect to the OBD 2 port, and I have noticed that these never switch off. The lights on the monitors go on and off, on and off even when the car is switched off. This drained my car battery and I couldn’t switch it on in the morning. Isn’t it a bit counterproductive for a device that is ostensibly helping to diagnose car problems to be causing them instead?
I have tried everything, switching off bluetooth on my phone, exiting the app after I switch off the cars, but nothing works. The lights on the smart vehicle health monitors keep going on and off, on and off, all the time.
Nonda customer support suggested I remove the health monitors when not using them, but this will damage the OBD2 port. It is not meant to have things plugged and unplugged into it constantly. The pins will start wearing out soon.
Needless to say, I am dissatisfied with my purchase.