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Old 16th September 2011, 14:21   #1
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Default OBD Database (Port, Protocol, Cable, Software and Protocol Details)

This thread has been started JUST to be a reference point for people interested in playing around with their car's OBD ports.

What is OBD / OBD2/ EOBD? -- Wiki
How do I find the protocol(s) followed by my car? Check this and this
OBD2 PID data -- Wiki


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Old 16th September 2011, 22:55   #2
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Manufacturer : GM
Model : Optra Magnum
Engine : 2.0 L TCDI
ECU : Bosch EDC16+ C39

OBD type : EOBD
Protocol : CAN
Position of Port : Just right of steering column, under dash.

Cable used : ELM 327 (v 1.4) based USB cable (Cost 50$). Similar cable available here.

Software used : ScanMaster, ScanXL, EOBDII

Supported PIDs (Mode1) :
04 - Calculated Load Value
05 - Engine Coolant Temperature
0B - Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure
0C - Engine RPM
0D - Vehicle Speed
0F - Intake Air Temperature
10 - Air Flow Rate
11 - Absolute Throttle Position
1F - Time Since Engine Start
23 - Fuel Rail Pressure
2F - Fuel Level Input
30 - Number of warm-ups since diagnostic trouble codes cleared
31 - Distance since diagnostic trouble codes cleared
33 - Barometric Pressure
42 - Control module voltage
49 - Accelerator Pedal Positio

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Manufacturer : Hyundai
Model : i10
Engine : 1.2L Petrol
ECU : ?

OBD type : OBDI
Protocol : ISO15765-4 (CAN 11/500)
Position of Port : Just right of steering column, under dash.

Cable used : ELM 327 (v 1.4) based USB cable (Cost 50$). Similar cable available here.

Software used : ScanMaster

Supported PIDs (Mode1) :
03 - Fuel System Status
04 - Calculated Load Value
05 - Engine Coolant Temperature
06 - Short Term Fuel Trim - Bank 1
07 - Long Term Fuel Trim - Bank 1
0B - Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure
0C - Engine RPM
0D - Vehicle Speed
0E - Ignition Timing Advance for #1 Cylinder
0F - Intake Air Temperature
11 - Absolute Throttle Position
14 - Bank 1 - Sensor 1
15 - Bank 1 - Sensor 2
1F - Time Since Engine Start
21 - Distance Travelled While MIL is Activated
2E - Commanded Evaporative Purge
30 - Number of warm-ups since diagnostic trouble codes cleared
31 - Distance since diagnostic trouble codes cleared
33 - Barometric Pressure
3C - Catalyst Temperature Bank 1, Sensor 1
42 - Control module voltage
43 - Absolute Load Value
44 - Commanded Equivalence Ratio
45 - Relative Throttle Position
46 - Ambient air temperature
56 - Long Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim

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Manufacturer : Toyota
Model : Corolla 1.8J
Engine : 1.8L Petrol
ECU : ?

OBD type : EOBD
Protocol : ISO 9141-2
Position of Port : Extreme right of steering column, in the dash (just near right edge - horizontally placed)

Cable used : ELM 327 (v 1.4) based USB cable (Cost 50$). Similar cable available here.

Software used : ScanMaster, ScanXL

Supported PIDs (Mode1) :
03 - Fuel System Status
04 - Calculated Load Value
05 - Engine Coolant Temperature
06 - Short Term Fuel Trim - Bank 1
07 - Long Term Fuel Trim - Bank 1
0C - Engine RPM
0D - Vehicle Speed
0E - Ignition Timing Advance for #1 Cylinder
0F - Intake Air Temperature
10 - Air Flow Rate
11 - Absolute Throttle Position
14 - Bank 1 - Sensor 1
15 - Bank 1 - Sensor 2
21 - Distance Travelled While MIL is Activated
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Manufacturer : Volkswagen
Model : Jetta (2010)
Engine : 2.0L CRDi
ECU : ?

OBD type : EOBD
Protocol : ISO15765-4(CAN 11/500)
Position of Port : Extreme right of steering column, under the dash

Cable used : ELM 327 (v 1.4) based USB cable (Cost 50$). Similar cable available here.

Software used : ScanMaster, ScanXL

Supported PIDs (Mode1) :
04 - Calculated Load Value
05 - Engine Coolant Temperature
0B - Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure
0C - Engine RPM
0D - Vehicle Speed
0F - Intake Air Temperature
10 - Air Flow Rate
11 - Absolute Throttle Position
21 - Distance Travelled While MIL is Activated
23 - Fuel Rail Pressure
2C - Commanded EGR
2D - EGR Error
30 - Number of warm-ups since diagnostic trouble codes cleared
31 - Distance since diagnostic trouble codes cleared
33 - Barometric Pressure
41 - Monitor status this driving cycle
42 - Control module voltage
46 - Ambient air temperature
49 - Accelerator Pedal Position D
4A - Accelerator Pedal Position E
4C - Commanded Throttle Actuator Control
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Manufacturer : Maruti Suzuki
Model : Swift(2006) VXi
Engine : 1.3L
ECU : ?

OBD type : ?
Protocol : ?
Position of Port : Just left of the steering column, under the dashboard

Cable used : ELM 327 (v 1.4) based USB cable (Cost 50$). Similar cable available here.

Was not able to communicate with the ECU using the above cable.
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Manufacturer : Volkswagen
Model : Vento TDi(2011)
Engine : 1.6L Diesel
ECU : ?

OBD type : EOBD
Protocol : ISO15765-4(CAN 11/500)
Position of Port : Extreme right of steering column, under the dash

Cable used : ELM 327 (v 1.4) based USB cable (Cost 50$). Similar cable available here.

Software used : ScanMaster, ScanXL

Supported PIDs (Mode1) :

04 - Calculated Load Value
05 - Engine Coolant Temperature
0B - Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure
0C - Engine RPM
0D - Vehicle Speed
0F - Intake Air Temperature
10 - Air Flow Rate
11 - Absolute Throttle Position
1F - Time Since Engine Start
21 - Distance Travelled While MIL is Activated
23 - Fuel Rail Pressure
2C - Commanded EGR
2D - EGR Error
30 - Number of warm-ups since diagnostic trouble codes cleared
31 - Distance since diagnostic trouble codes cleared
33 - Barometric Pressure
41 - Monitor status this driving cycle
42 - Control module voltage
45 - Relative Throttle Position
46 - Ambient air temperature
49 - Accelerator Pedal Position D
4A - Accelerator Pedal Position E
4C - Commanded Throttle Actuator Control
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Manufacturer : Ford
Model : Fiesta Classic DuraTorq (2011)
Engine : 1.4L Diesel
ECU : ?

OBD type : EOBD
Protocol : ISO15765-4(CAN 11/500)
Position of Port : Just right of steering column, under small flip panel / lid

Cable used : ELM 327 (v 1.4) based USB cable (Cost 50$). Similar cable available here.

Software used : ScanMaster, ScanXL

Supported PIDs (Mode1) :

04 - Calculated Load Value
05 - Engine Coolant Temperature
0B - Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure
0C - Engine RPM
0D - Vehicle Speed
0F - Intake Air Temperature
10 - Air Flow Rate
21 - Distance Travelled While MIL is Activated
23 - Fuel Rail Pressure
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Does anyone known these details for Mitsubishi Cedia? Also will like to know where the port for Cedia is located?
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Great post started, although i missed it ,please can you put some light on the specification for force gurkha. thanks
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Interesting thread, love to see more responses...

Manufacturer : FIAT
Model : Palio/petra 1.6 100/16V
Engine : 16V100
ECU :Magnetti Marelli IAW 5AF

OBD type : Fiat custom
Protocol : KWP2000 /ISO9141
Position of Port : under the hood, next to battery
Cable used : ELM 327
Software used : FiatECUScan 2.16
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Manufacturer : Maruti Suzuki
Model : Wagon-R Vxi - BS4(Non-OBD-II) model 2012 january
Engine : K10B


OBD type : EOBD
Protocol : ISO15765-4 CAN11/500
Position of Port : Under steering wheel, left
Cable used : ELM 327
Software used : ScanMaster - ELM
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