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Old 3rd February 2018, 13:31   #1396
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oh thats great!

I see. so is this boost reading different from the boost readings created by turbocharger or is this the same boost which is related to the turbo? i mean can the condition of turbocharger be determined by referring to this value?
Yes, it is the same boost that is created by the turbocharger. Also, If there is any leak at the intercooler or plumbing, there will be a significant drop in boost values.
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thats right. btw do you know what are the ideal values of boost for a Ritz ZDi? for eg. xyz @ 2500 rpm etc.
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Hello guys, I need an OBD scanner for my Cruze LTZ AT (2012 December) to use along with IPhone 7plus.
While there are options available on AliExpress, need clarity on
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Pls suggest a device which can fulfil both.
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Hi guys ,
Require obd tracker with features to track car ignition status,location and air conditioner operation status as we have multiple cars in family driven by multiple drivers.
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Hi guys ,
Require obd tracker with features to track car ignition status,location and air conditioner operation status as we have multiple cars in family driven by multiple drivers.
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You want a GPS tracker and that allows for remote start / stop, location of the vehicle etc. However aircon operation status - you had better have Merc, Audi type more expensive models. I can't see that available for cheaper cars so you had better put the fear of god into your drivers if they leave the car parked with the engine running and aircon on to cool off. Do give them access to some shaded area to sit though, if you do that .. it is just not nice to leave people out in the hot sun for hours.
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Hello guys, I need an OBD scanner for my Cruze LTZ AT (2012 December) to use along with IPhone 7plus.
While there are options available on AliExpress, need clarity on
1) which version/product will be compatible with Cruze
2) connectivity with IOS
Pls suggest a device which can fulfil both.
Important to remember that ios will work only with a wifi OBD. Bluetooth OBDs will not work with ios. I am using a low cost "WiFi SuperOBD (mini) with real 25K80 full chip" bought through AliExpress for my iPhone 5S with my City AT. Not sure if it will work with Cruze (though there is no reason I can think of why it should not).
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I want to buy an OBD set for my older Altis. I have 2 spare androids, one of which is a tablet. How about the Jio car connect?
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I have an OBDLink LX bluetooth module.
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Can you tell, from where & for how much did you procure it?
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I stand corrected, issue is not with the ELM, its the protocol, if you try to auto connect the ELM and Torque it would fail. Had to create the profile with ISO 91 41 2 protocol and voila the tool works!





https://www.Youtube.com/watch?v=IQpL...ature=Youtu.be
So, does this mean that the ELM and Torque would work on a stock 2015 Mahindra Thar after creating the profile with ISO 91 41 2?

Please advise.

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So, does this mean that the ELM and Torque would work on a stock 2015 Mahindra Thar after creating the profile with ISO 91 41 2?
It should.. give it a try, Mahindra has too many versions flying around with same year/model which is an issue. But it did work on my Thar, so worth a try and fiddle with the settings of the app.
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It should.. give it a try, Mahindra has too many versions flying around with same year/model which is an issue. But it did work on my Thar, so worth a try and fiddle with the settings of the app.
Great. Just ordered an ELM. Will give it a shot and report back on how it goes.

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Hi All,

Wanted to buy a OBD II scanner for our Ford Figo 1.5 TDCi purchased on 2016.
Although I'm fairly certain all OBD II scanners will work but are there any specific "got it"s?

Or can I just go ahead and order any?
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Want to buy an OBD for my 2011 Vento Petrol.
Should I prefer any specific module or the ones available at Amazon will do the work?
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Want to buy an OBD for my 2011 Vento Petrol.
Should I prefer any specific module or the ones available at Amazon will do the work?
I recently purchased the product Rollr from Amazon. It's a little expensive and has a subscription charge from year 2 but it provides interesting user insights (not for the geeks though).
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Old 14th October 2018, 14:33   #1410
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I recently purchased the TOPDON OBDCAN Elite scanner from AlliExpress for $70. It is a self contained unit with it's own 2.8" LCD screen. It is "Paisa Vasool" for me. My Nov 2008 Honda City had the airbag indicator always "ON" and I decided to take a chance with this Scanner because, other than the regular parameters, it could read and reset ABS and SRS (airbag) codes for almost all the present day cars.
Worked absolutely fine! Just connected it and ran diagnostics and it indicated "no signal from Front Right Impact Sensor". Just got my local mechanic to remove the bumper and found that the connector to the sensor was slightly loose. Gave it a dab of WD40 and fitted it tightly back. Reset the code and the Airbag Indicator light is now off. Saved a trip to the Honda Service Centre and a possibility of being ripped off for such a simple fault.
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