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In response to: Network Management - Part 1: GMLAN

rleale [Member]

I'm sorry but I have no idea what that means.
PermalinkPermalink 10/11/12 @ 11:45

In response to: Network Management - Part 1: GMLAN

Marc [Visitor]

Do U know where I can get the BBB canbushack: scheme/protocol
specification/ABNF/rules ?
I'm implementing a server and need to differenciate
between valid/invalid URLs.

thx :)
PermalinkPermalink 10/11/12 @ 11:24

In response to: ISO 15765-2

rleale [Member]

There maybe a first byte if there is an Extended ID. This is very rare, only Toyota does (that I've seen) uses it for Non-OBDII messages (Enhanced Diagnostics) and GM Uses it for Functional Addressing (Broadcasting to multiple controllers).
PermalinkPermalink 10/11/12 @ 06:59

In response to: ISO 15765-2

Kailas [Visitor]
Thanks for your explanation.
Is there are any specific identifier assigned for First byte or flow control or Consecutive Frame?
PermalinkPermalink 10/11/12 @ 00:07

In response to: Network Management - Part 1: GMLAN

rleale [Member]

It's likely you are doing everything correct. I wonder if you could give me more information. 100ms is the correct timing.
PermalinkPermalink 08/24/12 @ 08:45

In response to: ISO 15765-2

rleale [Member]

For a list of available parameters go to wikipedia and search for "OBDII PIDs"

It is likely that this particular parameter is not available and you would likely have to reverse engineer yhe data from the vehicles that you are targetting.
PermalinkPermalink 08/21/12 @ 04:34

In response to: ISO 15765-2

Kami [Visitor]
Does anyone know how I can request the shifter position (Park, Reverse, Neutral, Drive, Manual) using ISO15765?

PermalinkPermalink 08/17/12 @ 17:22

In response to: Extended IDs in CAN Frames.. What will they think of next?

WnDx [Visitor]
Yes, seen those on Ford Mondeo 2008 on (European model), odometer readings being transmitted along with other data on the same data bytes, ext. id [D0] is different each time, rolls over after 5-6 times as far as i can remember. Thanks for clarifying this one!
PermalinkPermalink 08/16/12 @ 07:58

In response to: Network Management - Part 1: GMLAN

Heidi [Visitor]
I sent HVWU(0x100) and then wait about 100ms before read 2 DIDs, the seconde DID read failed very often. Not sure what is wrong with that, please help.
PermalinkPermalink 08/14/12 @ 13:20

In response to: HOPE to See You There

CJ [Visitor]
Great talk. You have me trying to figure out how to setup my 95 eclipse!
PermalinkPermalink 07/30/12 @ 23:06

In response to: HOPE to See You There

john [Visitor]
Great talk! Enjoyed it a lot. I knew nothing beyond code scanning via ODB II, and you've given me a lot to learn and think about.
PermalinkPermalink 07/15/12 @ 13:00

In response to: Service(s) Please

rleale [Member]

Typically you have to do a Firmware Upload to get the firmware from the ECU. Of course this is difficult because you need to know how to bypass the security.

You could also monitor the firmware Download from a Reflash device and the controller as well. This would require you to monitor the CAN bus while a reflash was happening. Then you need to piece together the bytes.

Beware though that the file that was being reflashed may not necessarily be the WHOLE firmware, but some subset of it.
PermalinkPermalink 07/03/12 @ 09:01

In response to: Service(s) Please

Raymond [Visitor]
I have a question about CAN service in a vehicle. May, I get a firmware on ECU by using CAN Service such as "Read Data by ID" or "Read Memory by Address"?
PermalinkPermalink 07/03/12 @ 02:00

In response to: HOPE to See You There

Derek [Visitor] ·
Wish I could make it! Hopefully you will do something in metro detroit soon.

You blog is awesome, just found it yesterday looking for CAN stuff for a project I'm building. Huge help!
PermalinkPermalink 06/22/12 @ 18:44

In response to: ISO 15765-2

manivannan [Visitor]
Thanks for your clear explanation.

I struggled to understand the thing from ISO document. But your explanation is lucid and simple to understand.
PermalinkPermalink 06/08/12 @ 02:16

In response to: Welcome...

Reni [Visitor]
How can one reset drive cycle monitors to pass inspection?
PermalinkPermalink 05/04/12 @ 17:28

In response to: Service(s) Please

rleale [Member]

Just keep in mind that there are two things you are talking about here. PIDs typically refer to Diagnostic information however the data being "spit out" is what is referred to as Normal Communication. Normal Communication is not standard and can very widely on what information is or is not available. In comparison, diagnostic communication is there for diagnosing vehicle problems.

So what data you can have access to depends on what the engineers of the systems thought would be needed. Even in the case of OBDII PIDs, the OEM does not have to support all of the PIDs (and definitely will not support all of them) however it they choose to support a specific PID then OBDII PID list is what they use to determine how a test tool will get the PID.
PermalinkPermalink 04/21/12 @ 07:35

In response to: Service(s) Please

Yash [Visitor]
I have a few questions, not quite understanding. On the OBD port, when there is any car activity the OBD port starts to spit out information. For example open a door and the CAnbus spits out info, ignition on and CAnbus starts going.

My question is that, do these PID's HAVE to be sent only in Diagnostic mode, by sending a Tester present?

I want to read instantaneous fuel consumption of the CANbus, but it is quite hard to do so by sifting through the CAN codes streaming through. Using PID's would make it easier
PermalinkPermalink 04/20/12 @ 04:11

In response to: Simulate THIS!

seth [Visitor]
Thanks! Your site is extremely helpful.
PermalinkPermalink 04/12/12 @ 19:06

In response to: Network Management - Part 1: GMLAN

SURYA [Visitor]
@rleale ,

Thanks, will try in car and tell you asap.
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