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Old 5th March 2009, 23:01   #76
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sdh. but will it work with Swift Diesel ? eager to know the result. as i want to buy OBD tool which supports in CF. Let us know the result ASAP.
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how much did you get this fm receiver for? i have just ordered it. had i known you were going for it, i would have waited for your review about its reception and compatibility with CF.
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i dont think ki OBDII scanner works with Swift DDsi with ELM scanner
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Old 6th March 2009, 05:56   #79
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how much did you get this fm receiver for? i have just ordered it. had i known you were going for it, i would have waited for your review about its reception and compatibility with CF.
Bought at Amazon in US and someone hand carried it. So price is same as waht you got, but cheaper shipping.
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Update:
GPS:
Installed and working perfectly
ELM Scan:
Connector found, located below stearing close to centre console
Scan tool connects and rx/tx leds blink nicely
No data displayed in Elm provided as well as CF.

ADS FM Radioi:
Oult of the 3 drivers it is supposed to install, one of them is not getting installed on the car PC.

So 33.33% success today morning.
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Old 6th March 2009, 19:21   #81
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Update from evening:
No luck with Radio and OBD. Radio refuses to find stations, only hissing. OBD connects, rx/tx links blink on both ends, still no data in software. Tried various baud rates without luck. Swift had K line on pin 7 as expected by OBD II, so not sure what the issue is.
Any guidance?
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No luck with Radio
Radio should work, Try to move near the window or outdoor unless you have the MCX Di-Pole Antenna.
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Update from evening:
No luck with Radio and OBD. Radio refuses to find stations, only hissing. OBD connects, rx/tx links blink on both ends, still no data in software. Tried various baud rates without luck. Swift had K line on pin 7 as expected by OBD II, so not sure what the issue is.
Any guidance?
SDH. Are you trying to get info only in CF ? Do try other software. OBD tool comes with CD.
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Old 7th March 2009, 10:37   #84
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Tried various softwares on CD.

AT DP command returns AUTO, ISO 14230-4 KWP (fast init)
this indicates 14230 protocol is selected where as I read somewhere that it is ISO 9141. Tried selecting this protocol and got bus error.

The tried Scanmaster ELM tool. Asked him to auto detect com port and protocol.
Detects right comport, 384000 baud, connects to tool,protocol detection says unknown protocol and then it disconnects. Tried forcing to ISO 9141, and got bus error.

I have searched around and found no hints so far. Will keep trying some more things in the mean time and home some one will give the clue to resolve the issue.
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OBDII doesnt works with most of the marutis. tested on ALTO n swift DDsi by me tested with no results. and on baleno tested by someone on teambhp.
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I put serial port sniffer and saw that data is exchanged between PC and OBD. I read somewhere that suzuki does not follow standard PIDs. May be that is culprit for no data.
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Old 8th March 2009, 11:34   #87
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As per ELM documentation, I did some tests and here is the results:

Command: AT DP
Response: AUTO, ISO 14230-4 KWP (fast init)
I read some where that this is protocol used by suzuki in new cars, so must be ok.

Command: 0100
Expected response: 41 00 followed by id's of supported PID's, each indicated by a byte
Response from my car: 7F 01 11

Command: AT MA (monitor all data)
Response:
00 00 00 7F 00 00 00 00
00 3E 00 00
00 12 72 15 E0
00 12 D9 15 E0
00 12 D9 15 E0
08 40 00 <DATA ERROR
00 00 00
00 13 5F 15 E0
00 13 5F 15 E0
00 13 5F 15 E0
00 13 CF 15 E0
00 13 CF 15 E0
00 14 5B 15 E0
00 14 5B 15 E0
00 00 00 7F 00 00 00 00
00 3E 00 00
00 14 CB 15 E0
00 14 CB 15 E0
00 15 53 15 E0
08 40 00 <DATA ERROR
00 00 00
00 15 53 15 E0
00 15 53 15 E0
00 15 D1 15 E0
00 15 D1 15 E0
00 16 66 15 E0
00 16 66 15 E0
00 16 F3 15 E0
00 00 00 7F 00 00 00 00

This looks like a repeating pattern and observed that rows ending on E0, have different values based on throttle position, so should be some how related to engine RPM. if I translate 16 F3, the last values above, it comes to 1469 rpm, which looks reasonable.

So my guess is that the softwares on the CD do not show data as the PID's are not matching. According to Standard OBD spec, PID for rpm is OC, and the command to read is 01 0C and the response should be 41 OC followed by 2 bytes for RPM value.

I will investigate further. I am pretty sure I dont want to waste my $200 investment :-)
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all maruti have only the connector which is obd ll.
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Old 9th March 2009, 21:22   #89
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Some more inputs:
when I send, 0100 to read capabilities of PID 01xx, the response is 7f 01 11
This basically translates to 'capabilities service 1: none'
I will check 0200, 0300 etc to find what is possible.
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this is really a good work.. but i really dint get what those numbers are.. lol
anyways all the best for your research and do let us know if it works or any help you need.
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