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Post How do you create a custom PID for mode 09
on: June 16, 2018 (GMT)

The title was supposed to say “mode 09” with the $ sign but it got cut off. I guess this system doesn’t like $ signs followed by numbers???

I am trying to read the calibration ID normally found using mode 9. I have a 1999 ford 7.3 so when I try to let torque read mode 9 data it kills the computer. I have read that it is the VIN request that causes the problem.

I tried to find a user manual to explain this kind of stuff but had no luck. If anyone knows where to find it, please reply.

My main question: Is there a way to create a custom PID to read just the calibration ID????


1999(1998/07/27) Ford F250 Superduty USA Diesel V8 7.3 SAE J1850 PWM (41.6Kbaud)
ODBLink MX Bluetooth Model: MX101 Rev 2.2/R4 Mfr 2018/05/04

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Post Re: How do you create a custom PID for mode
on: June 16, 2018 (GMT)

It sounds like your vehicle doesn’t support
mode 09 calls. You could test this by using
a terminal app and issueing the commands
by hand if known.

I believe that information is reported under
Adapter Status icon information if your vehicle
supported it.

I would test KOEO.

This thread maybe useful to you as a 7.3

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