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FntX
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Post Custom PID Problem (or possibly personal stupidity)
on: April 6, 2018 (GMT)

When requesting a value for BMW ECUs, the response looks like this on the “Test Screen”:
6C104510

The actual PID values are represented by the last two bytes:
45 10

When referencing ‘A’ in the formula, it yields ’10’

Shouldn’t ‘A’ yield ‘6C’ ? Or is ‘A’ referencing the last byte?

Am I missing something here?

cintakc
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Post Re: Custom PID Problem (or possibly personal stupidity)
on: April 6, 2018 (GMT)

6C104510
6C – R0
10 – R1
45 – R2
10 – R3 or A
xx – R4 or B
…..

FntX
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Posts: 53
Post Re: Custom PID Problem (or possibly personal stupidity)
on: April 6, 2018 (GMT)

Thank you very much for clearing things up!

So next thing is to combine to the last two bytes into one value.

Is this the correct syntax?
‘R2R3’ to receive ‘4510’

cintakc
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Posts: 1366
Post Re: Custom PID Problem (or possibly personal stupidity)
on: April 6, 2018 (GMT)

depending on which formula will be used,
for example: (R2*256+R3)

FntX
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Posts: 53
Post Re: Custom PID Problem (or possibly personal stupidity)
on: April 6, 2018 (GMT)

The two bytes R2 and R3 need to be treated as a word – therefore the question about how to append R2 to R3 for proper treatment.

cintakc
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Post Re: Custom PID Problem (or possibly personal stupidity)
on: April 6, 2018 (GMT)

if as a word, then I gave an example above
(R2*256+R3) = 0 – 65535 dec

FntX
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Posts: 53
Post Re: Custom PID Problem (or possibly personal stupidity)
on: April 6, 2018 (GMT)

Thanks, that worked :)

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