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Recommendation for the best OBD Dongle for Hybrid assistant required. I got a cheep one from amazon and it looks like it doesn't work with Hybrid Assistant. I looked on their website and the one recommended is £100 and I don't fancy shelling out that amount of cash, especially as I need two, One for the Yaris and one for the Lexus.

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