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Old 17th August 2009, 14:51   #181
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Do you know if this might work with Alto as well?
You will have to find out yourself. Just check the OBD port. Most likely it will be just under the steering wheel, in the part of the dashboard just above the brake/clutch pedals.

1. If it is a 12 pin port, it is definately pre OBD II.
2. If it is a 16 pin port, but has ONLY 3 wires coming out from behind it, its pre OBD II.
3. If it is 16 pin and more than 3 wires, its OBD II with a Suzuki specific customized protocol.

If it is pre OBD II, the protocol in the link I put earlier should work. The 7812 baud rate worked on my Baleno. The transmission rate may or may not work on other pre OBD II Suzuki cars, but if it doesn't, you'll have to try with rates multiples of 7812 .. i.e 15126 etc. There are DIY guides on how to fabricate the circuit for serial comms between a PC and ECU. Just Google ALDL circuit.

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@Spadival.. When Maruti is over milking the success of old 1.3 esteem engine, I don't know what more to expect.
Ahh.. I totally forgot. You have a point there.
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Old 19th August 2009, 17:19   #182
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Nice thread guys,

can any one tell me, what is OBD standard for a 2000 Lancer, I am planing a carputer and came accross

OBD-II Scantools | iRide Technologies

Can someone tell which one is best suited for my requirement.


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Old 26th October 2009, 15:43   #183
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Default OBDII for Laura and what can be done!

Those who are interested about what a OBD-II can be used for, here is a link that I tried on Laura!
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...ml#post1548570

Very useful in diagnosing the problem I should say.
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Old 31st October 2009, 21:00   #184
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From experience, not all manufacturers enable OBD - also different manufacturers make it quite tough to diagnose issues due to incomplete or proprietary diagnostics firmware

i have tried alto, zen, esteem, swift and none of them could give me a readout / basic response
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Old 14th December 2009, 11:13   #185
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Hello experts,

Do you know, which OBD protocol is being used in Indica Vista Quadrajet?
I heard that Fiat Engines do not support standard protocol.
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Old 14th December 2009, 11:35   #186
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Do you know, which OBD protocol is being used in Indica Vista Quadrajet?
I heard that Fiat Engines do not support standard protocol.
When i went for my AC update, i figured out they use CAN protocol. But i have not been able to get through it. In case you do, please let me know.
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Old 31st December 2009, 11:04   #187
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1. If it is a 12 pin port, it is definately pre OBD II.
2. If it is a 16 pin port, but has ONLY 3 wires coming out from behind it, its pre OBD II.
3. If it is 16 pin and more than 3 wires, its OBD II with a Suzuki specific customized protocol.
I have been struggling for ages to get the OBD-2 thing working. My 2007 MPFI Gypsy has a 16-pin port located just under and behind the glovebox compartment. It has 4 wires coming out, so going by your prev post it is OBD-II.

Some queries:
1. Is it true that the Gypsy ECU is derived from the one used on the Grand Vitara 2003 model?
2. What protocol does the GV 2003 use?
3. Is there a way to disable the "handshake" using CentraFuse and set speeds?
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Old 7th January 2010, 16:56   #188
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Guys,

Please advise if Mahindra (Scorpio 2006 SLX) would be OBD II compliant & if yes where to look for the port.
Its on the driver side, between door and steering, below dash. Compliance wise, I have seen Mahindra guys using Laptop for diagnostics having similar screens as the screenshots here. Will get some phone pics next time
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@ Gharika : Thanks a lot Dear, Now before I connect it to my laptop (being a Novice) What all do i need. I suppose a

1 A Cable
2 A software

Where can i get these
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Guys any idea where can I get a ScanGauge II in India? I wrote to LinearLogic and got a reply that they cann't ship that to India and given a reseller's reference in Greece. Recently I tested SG II in my Rtiz Vdi and it got connected and worked and I'm planing to get one for my car.
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Old 20th January 2010, 23:57   #191
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Contact these guys and ask them if they can import it for you:
iRide Technologies - Home

Else, order one yourself using a CC and their official website, or contact them first to find out of they have an Indian/Asian distributor: scangauge@linear-logic.com
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You can get it shipped to India directly from Linear Logic. I got mine that way! Ordered from the website and got it shipped to me via DHL International Express. Reached me in a few days. Also, I was not charged anything extra for the shipment to India! They shipped it for free. Customs did not charge me anything either.

Contact Kimberly Smith at ScanGauge@linear-logic.com. I still have their emails on this.
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Old 21st January 2010, 11:55   #193
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^ Even, I had sent a mail to Linear-logic and they had replied that they will not be shipping to India. Then, I got it through KMD from another forum for 9600/- shipped to my place and I am pretty much using it in my i10.
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@ Gharika : Thanks a lot Dear, Now before I connect it to my laptop (being a Novice) What all do i need. I suppose a

1 A Cable
2 A software

Where can i get these
I got the hardware (cable plus adapter) from here
DealExtreme: $29.99 ELM327 USB Vehicle OBD-2 Scanner Tool

The software is also included. Only one issue though, I have not been able to read the engine information using the given software. Seems like the hardware works but the protocol used is altered some how. I am currently searching for softwares and documentation that can solve this mystery.
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Hi everybody, I have found out the Diagnostic connector for the Linea 1.3 Multijet. It is in the driver side fuse box located in the last row. It has 16 pins but the shape is not that of OBD-II. Any idea what it could be? A similar looking port photo has been attached.

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