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Old 29th April 2010, 14:27   #31
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Thanks, My bad I suspected the dealer. May be because at that time, around 5K kms, I had issues with ODO malfunction. They said they replaced some thing, but never told me what they replaced.

Welcome. I am still waiting to see a pictorial of your connections just to be sure. Doesn't matter if its confusing
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I am still waiting to see a pictorial of your connections just to be sure.
Same here. waiting for the pictorial.

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Doesn't matter if its confusing
we will adapt to the confusion
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Old 30th April 2010, 18:40   #33
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OK, Then I will try this weekend.
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Old 28th May 2010, 09:16   #34
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Finally I have my ELM 327 + Fiat ECU Scan setup running. Will post a complete review on Sunday after I play around with it.
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Old 28th May 2010, 09:26   #35
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Finally I have my ELM 327 + Fiat ECU Scan setup running. Will post a complete review on Sunday after I play around with it.
Great! In the days of over-dependence on T.A.S.S or the mechanics, this should be great help for the FIAT owners.

BTW, how did you arrange for all this?
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BTW, how did you arrange for all this?
Very simple. Ordered these:

1) http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1852083-post15.html

2) Fiat 3 pin to OBD-II 16 pin adaptor cable*-*iRide Technologies

And Downloaded software from FiatECUScan.net. Initially I didn't know that iride stocks ELM 327 cable with them. I would have sourced it locally instead of ordering from Amazon USA.
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Is it allow to change the ECU settings or is it just read only?
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Is it allow to change the ECU settings or is it just read only?
You can do a reset of self adaptation parameters only. No remapping.
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DRC, MoralFibre,

Thanks a lot for sharing this valuable information. Anybody tried using this software and the manage to use it with Windows Vista/XP. I would like to buy one for me. Any idea where I can source these items in Bangalore?
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any updates on this thread - Moral / DRC what happened to the pictorial?

Please update if possible. Thanks
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Hi,
I ordered KWP 2000 plus, and I have it with me now. Initially searched OBD connector across the dash, and finally landed at this descriptive thread (No OBD?).

Sourced a torch, and learnt that there are 2 connectors under the hood side by side. One with only 2 wires "white & Black" the other with close to 5 pins (several colors).

As per this link below is description

on the 16 pin obd2 connector use the following pins
4- chassis ground (connect to ground on 3 pin connector, or any good chassis earth)
5- signal ground (connect to black wire pin on 3 pin connector)
7- k line (connect to white wire pin on 3 pin connector)
16- 12vDC (connect to battery positive terminal)


I am assuming that I should pick "Black & White" connector.

The device I bought comes with several plugs as shown below.




Out of all above wires, the 2nd wire from right is interesting with 4 plugs.
Red = Battery +
Black = Battery-
Blue = ?
Yellow = ?

I am clear that Red/Black can be connected from Battery or, the 1st wire from left connecting from cig lighter.

Which one should go into Blue/Yellow.

I am assuming

Blue = white
Yellow = black ( this is like feeling while defusing bombs in hurt locker)

Please advice, if you know about these color references.
What happens if I connect those 2 in wrong pins, will I blow it out?

Please help, I am feeling restless having that OBD, small old laptop to turn it into a carputer.

Also ordered a 5 channel amp for carputer, but dint expect Palio not to have OBD connector

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What is that connector on the lowest line of the fuse box inside the car?

How do the FASS connect their scanner to the car?

i am yet to see the pictorial by DRC and Moralfibre.
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What is that connector on the lowest line of the fuse box inside the car?

How do the FASS connect their scanner to the car?

i am yet to see the pictorial by DRC and Moralfibre.

Hi,
The same is attached in 26-28 posts in this thread. The connector is in and around ECU. However, new palios (MJD) comes with OBDII connector in fuse box.


Thanks,
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yes, i have checked that earlier. but wanted to know what is that connector type thingy at the bottom line of the fuse box.

Also we will have to stand out with the laptop? i thought we can do this sitting inside the car!!

PS: i have not seen the FIAT ASC connect a scanner to my car - because they don't have one.

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yes, i have checked that earlier. but wanted to know what is that connector type thingy at the bottom line of the fuse box.

Also we will have to stand out with the laptop? i thought we can do this sitting inside the car!!

PS: i have not seen the FIAT ASC connect a scanner to my car - because they don't have one.
Hi,
That can be achieved by pulling the same wire to dashboard.

thanks,
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