Welcome to the forum, it's great for us to find out from new members how they heard about Pico, so thank you for sharing that information.
We have a CAN test box, which is a 16 pin breakout box - https://www.picoauto.com/can-test-box.html
The CAN Test Box connects to a vehicle᾿s OBDII / EOBD connector and lets you easily diagnose electrical faults. With the test leads supplied you can connect a PicoScope automotive scope, to the CAN Test Box to monitor any signals present, such as the CAN High and Low signals.
Whether your car's OBD is suitable for our CAN Test box I cannot confirm at this stage, but I will refer your query to our Automotive Technical Support.
The PicoScope is a very powerful tool however, and doesn't require the CAN Test box to provide you with diagnostic information.
Our entry level 2-Channel Starter Kit (https://www.picoauto.com/2ch-starter-kit.html
), comes complete with a basic set of leads and clips to allow you to perform many common tasks including testing most sensors, relative compression and cylinder balance tests. Over time accessories such as current clamps and ignition probes can be added to expand its uses and convert a starter kit into a standard kit. With this kit you can measure and record up to two signals at once. If you want to measure and record up to four signals simultaneously then you need the 4–Channel Starter Kit.
The advantage of our equipment is you can see the signals at the sensors themselves, not just via the OBD port.
Here is a complete list of the kits we have available: https://www.picoauto.com/automotive-oscilloscope.html
Here is a leaflet detailing the different kits and some of the tests they cover: https://www.picoauto.com/doc/leaflets/Ne ... et-4CH.pdf
If it helps I can supply you with a full list of kits vs applicable tests?
Please let me know if I can help at all,