Thanks, Zuch.Short answer is no, but you may be able to find a scanner that works for under $300.
Do you have a link one could look at? Thanks.I prefer the Autel MD802. It works on just about every make and model I've ever heard of, and a lot I haven't. It does a lot more than the documentation indicates. In addition to reading vendor-specific codes, and resetting the service indicators, it can capture a lot of realtime sensor data from dozens of onboard sensors across each of the dozen-or-so computers in the car.