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HaulGauge Mobile Tongue Weight and Payload Scale for OBD II - Bluetooth

HaulGauge Mobile Tongue Weight and Payload Scale for OBD II - Bluetooth

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Monitor your towing weight using your smartphone. Bluetooth receiver pairs with companion app to display tongue weight, pin weight, payload, and gross combined weight of your load. Receiver plugs into the OBD-II port on your vehicle. Great Prices for the best tongue weight scale from Haul Gauge. HaulGauge Mobile Tongue Weight and Payload Scale for OBD II - Bluetooth part number HG103 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Haul Gauge Tongue Weight Scale - HG103

  • Bluetooth Scale
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Monitor your towing weight using your smartphone. Bluetooth receiver pairs with companion app to display tongue weight, pin weight, payload, and gross combined weight of your load. Receiver plugs into the OBD-II port on your vehicle.


  • Scale monitors your towing setup's important load measurements
    • Calculates tongue weight, pin weight, payload, and gross combined weight
    • Lets you know if you need to adjust your load before you tow or haul
    • Eliminates the need for separate or commercial scales
  • Weight distribution feature lets you verify weight distribution system is set up properly
    • See how weight is distributed across axles so you can make adjustments when needed
  • Receiver unit wirelessly transmits towing information to your smart device
    • Connects via Bluetooth for operation
    • Displays weight information through mobile app on your smartphone
  • Fast, plug-and-play installation makes setup a breeze - no tools required
    • Plug unit into the OBD-II port on your vehicle
    • Download free app to your phone and then calibrate
  • Preset calibrations let HaulGauge automatically pull vehicle specifications using VIN
    • 5-10 Minute guided manual calibration process available for vehicles made before 2008 or vehicles with modified suspension


  • Application: vehicles 1996 and newer
    • Weigh GCW feature requires an automatic transmission
  • Smart device OS requirements:
    • Apple (iOS): 10.3 or higher
    • Android: 5.0 Lollipop and higher, Bluetooth enabled
  • 1-Year limited warranty

Haul Gauge Unit and App

The days of weighing your trailer with a bathroom scale and construction site materials are long gone. Measuring pin weight and payload no longer requires a visit to a crowded weigh station. Avoid the hassle and get all of the needed weight measurements sent directly to your smartphone. This little device does the work for you to provide peace of mind and promote safe hauling.

Haul Gauge Compact Scale

HaulGauge is a compact device that easily plugs into your vehicle's OBD-II port and uses vehicle-specific data to measure and monitor your tongue weight, pin weight, payload, and gross combined weight in real time. Whether you're pulling a trailer behind your truck or you've loaded down your SUV's cargo carrier, it's important that you don't exceed the weight ratings of your vehicle or hitch. And HaulGauge makes it easy to avoid doing so.

Simple, Guided Setup

Haul Gauge Installed to OBD2 Port

Setting up HaulGauge is easy. First, plug the unit directly into your vehicle's OBD-II port, which is typically found beneath the steering column.

Haul Gauge Verify and VIN Screens

Open the free HaulGauge app on your compatible smart device and follow the step-by-step instructions for pairing HaulGauge to your smartphone via Bluetooth.

Next, the app will prompt you to scan your vehicle's VIN to search HaulGauge's vast preset calibration database. Many vehicles made in 2008 or later will have preset calibrations. If no preset calibrations are available, the app will guide you through a brief manual calibration process to ensure accurate weight readings.

Manual Calibration for Older or Modified Vehicles

Vehicles older than 2008 or those with modified suspensions may have to be manually calibrated. Follow the guided, in-app instructions to manually calibrate HaulGauge to your vehicle.

First, enter in your vehicle's curb weight. This can be found on the sticker on the inside of your door or in your owner's manual.

Next, you'll want to find an empty parking lot where you can perform 15 to 20 test runs. For each run, accelerate to 15 mph at varying throttle - this will ensure accuracy under different conditions. Manual calibration only takes about 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

How HaulGauge Works

OBD-II ports became standard in most vehicles in 1996. This port makes it easy to access your vehicle's computer for diagnostics and emissions testing. The amount of vehicle data available via the OBD-II port has increased over the years, allowing HaulGauge to tap into the specific data needed to determine weight. Sophisticated algorithms, along with an on-board accelerometer, are then used to calculate real-time weight with superior accuracy within 5%.

Haul Gauge Newtons Law

Let's travel back to high school physics class for a moment. As you may recall, Newton's Second Law of Motion states that the force of an object in motion is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by its acceleration. So, to determine the mass of an object - in this instance, your rig - we just have to take the force and divide by acceleration.

Acceleration is easy enough to determine thanks to the triaxial accelerometer built into the HaulGauge. Determining the force is a bit more complicated. Basically, HaulGauge pulls data about your transmission from your vehicle's computer and then uses a customized torque converter model to determine the powertrain effort.

Once the overall mass of your setup is determined, the HaulGauge will convert this to a weight. Then, to determine your trailer's fully loaded weight, the unit subtracts your vehicle's weight from the weight of the overall setup.

Weights Measured by HaulGauge

Tongue Weight

It's important to monitor tongue weight and adjust your load when necessary to ensure that you stay within the rated capacity for your setup. Simply put, too little tongue weight can cause trailer sway and too much tongue weight can cause your tow vehicle to perform poorly. You may have difficulty steering, gaining traction, or braking when driving a setup that has too much weight pushing down on the rear of the vehicle. Ultimately, towing with an improper tongue weight can cause you to lose control of your vehicle or cause your trailer to separate from the vehicle. Tongue weight should be approximately 10% to 15% of your gross trailer weight (GTW).

Pin Weight or Vertical Load

If you're towing a fifth-wheel or gooseneck trailer, HaulGauge will calculate the pin weight or vertical load. This is the downward force exerted by the trailer onto your truck bed. Like with tongue weight, knowing this measurement helps you to ensure that your trailer is properly loaded. An improperly loaded trailer is the number 1 cause of sway. Maintaining a proper pin weight will limit trailer sway and improve handling. This weight should be about 20% to 25% of your GTW.


Payload is important to monitor as well. This is the weight of both the cargo and passengers in your vehicle. Do not exceed your truck's gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR).

Haul Gauge Payload

The HaulGauge measures payload in real time, so you can see how every piece of cargo affects your load. This is great for estimating load charges or determining if your truck bed camper is overloaded.

Gross Combined Weight

HaulGauge measures your rig's gross combined weight to ensure that you're not hauling more than your vehicle and hitch are rated for. To do this, the unit subtracts your vehicle's curb weight from the overall weight of your setup to provide the weight of your trailer.

Knowing your gross combined weight is also helpful to determine whether you can drive over bridges with weight limits.

Weight Distribution

Haul Gauge Weight Distribution

The weight distribution feature measures weight across your vehicle's axles to verify whether your weight distribution system is set up properly. An unbalanced load or improperly installed system can cause dangerous sway conditions.

HaulGauge does the work for you so you don't have to use a tape measure and do manual calculations when setting up your weight distribution hitch.

HG103 Haul Gauge Wireless Trailer Tongue Weight Scale, Payload and Pin Weight Scale

Video of HaulGauge Mobile Tongue Weight and Payload Scale for OBD II - Bluetooth

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for HaulGauge Mobile Tongue Weight and Payload Scale Weight Accuracy Comparison

Hi there heavy haulers, today we're going to be testing out the haul gauge and comparing it with other scales. All in all, what we found out about the haul gauge today is that it makes a great tongue weight scale comparable to the big names out there, coming in very accurate. But when it comes to measuring the total weight of the truck and the trailer and what you're hauling, it gives you a good rough estimate, but it seems to miss the mark just a little bit, but it's good enough to give you a good idea before you get to that scale of how close you're going to weigh in.The haul gauge is really going to be your all-in-one weighing component for your truck trailer payload, anything you're planning on doing. This will help keep you safe by ensuring that you've got the proper tongue weight on the back of your vehicle, it'll ensure that you're legal as well, because you can check the weight of both your truck and trailer. This is going to be great, especially for you guys out there that maybe you have small businesses and you have to haul some product. If you're hauling any products for a business, you have to weigh in at those stations, you can be for sure that you're not going to overweigh before you get there.You can check your pin weight if you've got a gooseneck trailer, set up your weight distribution system, as well as check your payload if you're loading up the back of the truck.

The payload works similarly to the tongue weight. You'll want to start with your truck unloaded, open up the payload, and then load it up. And then it'll give you our measurements on an analog scale just like you saw when we did tongue weight.Pin box is going to be similar when you check your pin weight for your gooseneck or your fifth wheel trailer. And with weight distribution, you'll have to follow the onscreen instructions to have it assist you getting your weight distribution system set up to distribute the weight as best as possible.The first thing that you'll want to do is download the app. It's compatible with either your iOS or Android devices.

Once you've got it downloaded, we open up the app. You'll see a screen similar to this, where it basically tells you everything you need to do to use the haul gauge. Starting off here, and it's telling you to plug it in, and then we'll get it paired by making sure our Bluetooth is turned on, so we'll just double check that. Bluetooth is on, so we're good to go there. We're now going to plug the haul gauge into the OBD-II port on the vehicle.It has a similar shape that you see here, kind of trapezoidal.

The diagnostic port is always found underneath the dash, usually right below the steering wheel. It's no different here on our Sierra. Now, again, it might be in a slightly different spot. It might not be right here towards the kick panel. It might be a little over towards the center side, but it's usually right underneath here.

We've gone ahead and plugged it into our port. Back here on our app, we're going to go ahead and tell it to search for the haul gauge. When you plug it in to the port there, it does power up. The port does power the haul gauge. And if your vehicle is able to produce a VIN for the haul gauge, it would pop up. Now, since we we're not able to pull a VIN here, we'd have to enter our VIN manually.A lot of times, there is a scan, you can scan on the door or sometimes on your windshield up on the dash. That one's probably a little harder, but there's usually a sticker in the door. You could just scan the QR code populated automatically, or you could just enter it in manually using your keypad.I hit the scan button, and then we put the phone over the QR code there. I'm trying to scan it. Now that we've got our haul gauge hooked up to our OBD port, we're going to go ahead and hit search for haul gauge. The OBD port is going to power the haul gauge unit. And you can see there that the haul gauge was able to pull the VIN number directly out of the vehicle, so it knows already what we're going to be working on. We're going to go ahead and select the VIN and it's going to connect to the haul gauge app. It's going to pull up vehicle calibrations now. We're going to go ahead and hit set level, because we're already parked on level ground. And now we're ready to begin weighing our vehicle, whether we're going to weigh the entire payload we have, the tongue weight of our trailer, we're ready to go at this point.Now, in the event you're unable to automatically connect with it, you can enter it in manually using the key pad on your smartphone. We're now here at our local scale where we're going to take some measurements of our truck with our trailer, and we're going to compare those to what we got on our haul gauge. We're going to start off by measuring the truck with the trailer connected to it, but just the truck on the scale. This is the first weighing that we did. We're weighing in at 5,720 pounds, and this weight when we did it was just the truck on the scale. Our trailer is connected to it, but the trailer is off the scale, so we're only reading the truck plus the tongue weight of the trailer. We're now going to remeasure with just the truck on the scale, and then I'm going to disconnect the trailer so that way it's going to be just the truck without the tongue weight.We just lifted up the trailer enough to where we've got a gap there, so that way it's not adding any weight to what we're getting ready to measure right now. I'm going to go hit the button on the scale so we get our measurement. We went ahead and weighed in again, and this is our second weight where we had just the truck on it with the trailer disconnected, and we weighed in at 5,640 pounds. So that's 80 pounds less than what we weighed before when we had just the truck on it with the trailer hooked up, where we we're getting our tongue weight added in, which means our trailer has got about 80 pounds of tongue weight.We're pulling a pop-up camper. And I've already suspected that the tongue weight is too low on it based on the way that it drives, so now we've got confirmation. While we're here at the weigh station, we know that the weigh station gave us about 80 pounds of tongue weight. We've got our trailer here. We're sitting on about zero on our gauge. So I'm going to lower the trailer back down onto the tongue, and then we're going to get our new tongue weight measurement. And as we lower it down, the weight should start reading on our gauge. You can see here that we're reading just over 100 pounds on the haul gauge. That's pretty darn close to 80 pounds, because remember we do have a 5% tolerance, and it's an analog gauge, so it is hard to tell if it is over 100 or maybe right at 100, but it's pretty darn close.And now we're already addressing an issue that I know I have with this trailer with the tongue weight being too low. The lower your tongue weight is, the harder it is for it to get an accurate reading. With many your trailers you're going to be measuring out there, it's going to be a much higher weight and that's going to bring us closer to the threshold. So I'd say for this, we're pretty darn accurate.We're now going to measure the total weight of our truck plus the trailer on the scale, and then compare that to what the haul gauge says. Our truck and trailer together on the scale measured in at 8,120 pounds. We've returned from the scale, and now we're going to check the weight of our truck and trailer here on our parking lot. We've got a nice flat level ground to work with. We'll select weigh. We'll hit ready. And then we're going to follow our onscreen instructions to start from a stop, go in a straight line with about a half throttle acceleration to 15 miles an hour.I went ahead and redid that measurement a few times, starting and stopping to make sure that our readings we're accurate, and each time it came in at roughly about 7,000 pounds, maybe a little bit higher, a little bit less each time, but right there, which tells me that our haul gauge is reading less than what we actually weighed by about 1,000 pounds. It's about 10% less than what we actually weigh. Even though the haul gauge says 5%, that seems to be accurate for all the measurements we've taken so far with the exception of the total weight of truck and trailer. It seems to be closer to about 10%, and it always came in less than what we weighed at the scale.Even though it's going to get us pretty close to give us an idea of what we're hauling behind us, we want to keep that in mind if we're checking before we go by a weigh station or anything that we should err on the side of caution and give us a little bit more room for error above what we measured here on our haul gauge, so we don't overweight at the scale. On and all although, for something that plugs into your data link connector, costs less than your typical tongue weight scales and performs just as well on tongue weight, and has all these other options that get us pretty close to what the actual measurement are, I'm pretty impressed with it.We're now going to use our tongue weight scale here. We're going to compare it to our haul gauge, as well as the measurements that we calculated using the large scale. And when comparing it with our scale here, we're measuring at 100 pounds, which is about exactly what we measured on our haul gauge and pretty darn close to what we measured when we used the large scale. Now, the large scale we had to calculate by taking a measurement with the tongue weight on the truck, and then we removed the trailer to get that measurement again, we're using a lot of weight there on that big, large scale to calculate down to such a small measurement. I'd say we're pretty accurate being so close with both scale here, our haul gauge and the one that we calculated.We're now going to lower our trailer down onto a shipping scale to get a baseline comparison to that as our shipping scales is very accurate. And on our shipping scale, we're right at about 126 pounds. We we're out testing our trailer with our truck today and the haul gauge, taken some measurements at a local scale, as well as comparing it to some other scales that we have here available at, and all in all as far as tongue weight measurements go, it worked out awesome. It came out perfectly accurate with the other scales that we sell here at etrailer.And compared to our large scale, it was pretty close. It was within 20 pounds, but you do have to keep in mind that those scales are designed for weighing your entire truck plus the load you have on it, very large weights. And if you look at the various, we took three different measurements of our truck and trailer today, and all of those end in a 20 pound increment. They don't go any lower than 20 pounds for its minimum. So those scales are designed really to get accurate within 100 pounds. And when you're talking about measuring things 10,000 pounds and up, that's pretty darn accurate. With that being said, the tongue weight came out pretty darn close to that scale as well.But now as far as our total weight goes, I will say the haul gauge did leave a little to be desired there. It came close. We got a measurement of about 7,000 pounds for our truck and trailer, and we took that measurement several times to make sure, and it did come out about the same 7,000 each time. But when we took the truck and trailer up to the scale, it measures in a little over 8,100 pounds, and we know that that's going to be accurate within 100 pounds. So you can use this as kind of a baseline to get a rough idea of what your total weight is. But since it's doing the calculations based on your transmission slippage, engine load, there are so many variables involved there. Also, uses your suspension and the geometry angle that it moves.If you have any parts that are worn slightly, it could throw those measurements off. So it gets a rough estimate, but it's not something that I would take a measurement of and go, yup, this is what I weigh. I'm going to be fine when I pass that weigh station. I would use that measurement to go, I'm here. I want to make sure to give myself a little bit of leeway above what I measured, so that way I don't go over when I go into the scale. It is how we're going to get you close and be a good rough estimate. And that just about does it for our haul gauge weight comparison test.

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HaulGauge Mobile Tongue Weight and Payload Scale for OBD II - Bluetooth - HG103

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (26 Customer Reviews)

Monitor your towing weight using your smartphone. Bluetooth receiver pairs with companion app to display tongue weight, pin weight, payload, and gross combined weight of your load. Receiver plugs into the OBD-II port on your vehicle.


Haven’t had it long enough to really use it much I took my dump trailer to the dump 700 pounds different from the scale at the landfill


I've got a 2017 GMC 2500 with Diesel engine.

This product was a complete fail.

Firstly it would not read my VIN even though my cheap $20 scanner could w/o a problem. So I manually entered my VIN and confirmed my model.

I then followed the instruction to zero the scale.

Oops, you have to unload the truck to do this -- everything! I did that (in 96 degree full sun).

Then it says with engine off to start loading. I put 2 spare tires in the back (100lbs), the needle moved a tad, but did not register 100 lbs. Next I put another 600lbs of tools etc into the back. Total weight 700lbs (I weighed everything with a very accurate digital scale). The reading was now 200lbs -- FAIL!

I took everything out again and started over -- just to be fair.

While loading the 2nd time I by accident closed the app and when reopened, guess what --- start over, no way to add anything and get a weight.

Nice idea of a product but a complete fail IMHO.

I'm a computer nerd by trade so it's not like I didn't use it correctly.

Thankfully stands by what they sell 100% and promptly took it back.

According to HaulGauge, there are some updates that have not yet been added to the instructions. In order to get the VIN to read, youll want the vehicles engine on. It is NOT necessary to completely unload the vehicle, in fact any everyday items carried like a tool box, etc should be left in place. Because on the 2017 GM, the 2500 and 3500 suspensions are different, youll need to manually configure the calibration by going into the settings menu, clicking calibrations, then suspension calibration. This process should just take a minute or two.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 07/12/2019


So far, so good. Easy installation and calibration , helpful YOU TUBE videos available for the non-techies , reported weights are within very close range to CAT scale weights. Must have WIFI or cellular service however which is a problem for me so have to do the measurements on the road. Very handy. Works as advertised.

We have received the following information from Thomas our contact at HaulGauge Thanks for the great review! To clarify, an internet connection either phone service/data or Wi-Fi is only required for the initial setup. After setup, HaulGauge requires no internet connection. Without an internet connection, HaulGauge will not be able to locate any preset calibrations and the user will be asked to go through a calibration procedure.
-- Etrailer Expert Rachael H - 07/02/2019


I've only used this a couple of times but I was blown away when I climbed into the back of my truck and it showed my weight accurately. It gave me peace of mind knowing that I now will have a way to weigh my trailer and RV without having to go to the scales every time. It certainly isn't 100% accurate but accurate enough for me to know if I'm exceeding my pin/hitch weight.
I had a question regarding adding suspension modifications to my vehicle and the ability to use this with the modifications added. I sent an email off to the manufacturer of this product. Within 24 hours I had an answer and it was one that allows me to continue to use this product regardless of the modifications. Only some slight calibration would be needed.
I'm looking forward to using this product more in the future and based off of other reviewers, I think I will be very happy owning this device as well.


So far I can only rate the purchase and shipping were both easy and fast. As well as the fact I have called twice with questions prior to install and got very quick and curtious answers both times. I have plugged it in and it recognized my truck and vin. Immediatley. I’ve yet to check truck weight and trailer weight etc. will be doing that this weekend and will doam update. So far, all good and a good value. A tounge weight scale by itself, doing nothing more, costs more than the haul hauge. Very pleased with my purchase so far.


I pull a variety of trailers with a 2019 GMC 3500 long bed, 4 door, dually. I weigh my loads at CAT scales regularly. Instructions are almost zero and not completely intuitive to a 69 yr old. It took about 1 1/2 hrs to set it up. The device didn't recognize my truck immediately, customer service (I believe the developer) answered my questions. It took 550 lbs on the tail gate to register a base for tongue wt . The unit does seem to be accurate to 10% as claimed but that is 1000 lbs on 10,000. Doesn't take the place of commercial scales but interesting and fun.


Purchase and delivery from etrailer were as always excellent.

Setup the HaulGauge with a couple of minor issues. Had to remove Android Auto from my phone as it was interrupting the Bluetooth connection to HaulGauge. Also took a little effort to find a level road.

Was able to weight my truck. HaulGauge showed 6000 pounds. CAT scale showed 6060. Excellent match. Looking forward to trying the other measurements.


The Haul Gauge works great! Product arrived and does exactly what the videos on eTrailer said it would. I have a 20 year old truck that required it to be calibration before the Weight readings would function. Newer models should work straight from the VIN. Within just a few minutes I confirmed my tounge weight and payload which was almost exact.

This will be great to use with boat trailers, equipment trailers & hauling loads to always know that I'm not overloaded which helps to also extend the life of all my hauling trucks with one easy to use device.


Haven't had a chance to use it yet, so this review is strictly about etrailer's handling of the purchase. Competitive pricing (identical to [online retailer]), excellent communication from order to shipment and it was quick to leave their warehouse once ordered. etrailer does it right again.


Prompt delivery of my new HaulGauge. So far the HaulGauge is living up to its billing providing reliable numbers. Makes it very easy to see what you loaded trailer weighs and if your WDS is setup correctly. Only used it for initial set up and configuration. I’ll have a better idea after a couple of trips.


Im no pro at this stuff but the installation went fairly easy. I read the instructions and watched a video. Delivery was prompt too.


Arrive ahead of time and as described Down loaded easily. It knew the ID of the truck even though it is a 2007 F150. Wondering if I need to do the Manuel set up since it knew the vin#?

I reached out to my contact at Haul Gauge and he confirmed that you are good to go since the device was able to pull your vehicles identification information. He said that if it needed to calibrate the vehicle it would have prompted those steps during setup.
-- Etrailer Expert Victoria B - 08/08/2019


I have not had a chance to try it out yet but as with all the items I have purchased from etrailer I’m sure it will be as advertised.


The Haul Gauge didn't capture my vin tag correctly. Contacted Haul Gauge responded very quickly and gave me a resolution that worked great. Very impressed with Haul Gauge so far and I think it will be a very useful tool. Thank you


Product worked as described. Installed in under 1 min and my initial gross vehicle weight displayed on the app was within 5% of actual scale weight. App is simple to use and understand.


Impressed with the ease of use and the accuracy of the Haul Gauge and app.


Easy to install and use . Watched online tutorials prior to purchasing. Have not utilized all functions yet.


Perfect for my sewer drain leaking need s.


Not exactly sure how it works but it does work as advertised. Saves time and money going to scales. Easy setup and easy to use.


Great deal, was able to get the weights I wanted, had some minor trouble but with great customer service I was able to remedy them ( all were my inability to do computer stuff). Thanks


The unit is easy to install and works as indicated. I would recommend it to anyone.


Product arrived with no package but was installed and worked good upon arrival. Thanks again for quick shipping and good transaction.


Kind of neat
Seems to work as described


works great easy to set up


Works well as advertised.!!!

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