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cristee.an
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Posts: 11
Post Custom PIDs for BMW F10
on: November 3, 2019 (GMT)

Hi all,

My first topic here, but after two weeks of unsuccessful trials.
I have a European 2014 BMW F10 520d.
A blue eBay ELM327 OBDII adapter plugged into the connector and TP working well since months, with only the default PIDs. I’m basically monitoring the regens.

I was trying to setup TP to monitor DPF-related PIDs (DPF diff pressure, DPF last regen, Ash and soot mass etc), but also oil temp and mileage etc.

I found basically 2 kind of *.csv files (it was one with the suffix “rev2”, and the other one for BMW 335d I think), I’ve found an INIT script. Load them up in many different combinations, trying different protocols etc.. At best, I get some fixed readings (not changing in time), other times with different protocols/csv I get crazy numbers, like 655350, or negative values etc.

So I was thinking why don’t I find a specific topic with this car model, as I think it’s pretty popular (although bigger engines are to be found in States).

Do you guys know:
– which protocol to select?
– which other setting is needed?
– which PIDs definition (csv)?
– which INIT script?

Please ask other details if needed, I don’t wanna make this post too long now.
Thanks so much.

Cristian

cristee.an
Member
Posts: 11
Post Re: Custom PIDs for BMW F10
on: November 4, 2019 (GMT)

Is anybody alive here, nobody drives an F10 and also monitors extended PIDs?? :) Come on..it’s easy what I’m asking, for somebody used with these things.
I’ll need something solid, to start from, and play further:
– protocol to select in TP, to work with extended PIDs
– working *.csv PIDs file
2014 BMW F10 520d.
Any help appreciated.

cintakc
Member
Posts: 1350
Post Re: Custom PIDs for BMW F10
on: November 4, 2019 (GMT)

https://torque-bhp.com/forums/?wpforumaction=viewtopic&t=6277.0
try this commands in the terminal programm

ATI
ATPBE101
ATCRA612
ATSH6F1
ATFCSH6F1
ATFCSD12300F02
ATFCSM1
ATCEA12
ATCM600
ATCF600
ATH1
ATSPB
ATBI
22F150

cristee.an
Member
Posts: 11
Post Re: Custom PIDs for BMW F10
on: November 5, 2019 (GMT)

Hi cintakc,
Thanks for your reply.
I installed this app:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.terminal.obd.OBDTerminal
and got the following results:

ATI -> ELM 327 v2.1
ATPBE101 -> ?
ATCRA612 -> OK
ATSH6F1 -> OK
ATFCSH6F1 -> OK
ATFCSD12300F02 -> ?
ATFCSM1 -> ?
ATCEA12 -> ?
ATCM600 -> OK
ATCF600 -> OK
ATH1 -> OK
ATSPB -> OK
ATBI -> ?
22F150 -> NODATA

cristee.an
Member
Posts: 11
Post Re: Custom PIDs for BMW F10
on: November 5, 2019 (GMT)

Hi cintakc,

Thanks for your response.
I installed this terminal:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.terminal.obd.OBDTerminal
and got the following results:
ATI: ELM 327 v2.1
ATPBE101: ?
ATCRA612: OK
ATSH6F1: OK
ATFCSH6F1: OK
ATFCSD12300F02: ?
ATFCSM1: ?
ATCEA12: ?
ATCM600: OK
ATCF600: OK
ATH1: OK
ATSPB: OK
ATBI: ?
22F150: NODATA

cristee.an
Member
Posts: 11
Post Re: Custom PIDs for BMW F10
on: November 5, 2019 (GMT)

Quote from cintakc on November 4, 2019
https://torque-bhp.com/forums/?wpforumaction=viewtopic&t=6277.0
try this commands in the terminal programm

ATI -> ELM 327 v2.1
ATPBE101 -> ?
ATCRA612 -> OK
ATSH6F1 -> OK
ATFCSH6F1 -> OK
ATFCSD12300F02 -> ?
ATFCSM1 -> ?
ATCEA12 -> ?
ATCM600 -> OK
ATCF600 -> OK
ATH1 -> OK
ATSPB -> OK
ATBI -> ?
22F150 -> NODATA

cristee.an
Member
Posts: 11
Post Re: Custom PIDs for BMW F10
on: November 5, 2019 (GMT)

Quote from cintakc on November 4, 2019
https://torque-bhp.com/forums/?wpforumaction=viewtopic&t=6277.0
try this commands in the terminal programm

ATI
ATPBE101
ATCRA612
ATSH6F1
ATFCSH6F1
ATFCSD12300F02
ATFCSM1
ATCEA12
ATCM600
ATCF600
ATH1
ATSPB
ATBI
22F150
test 3

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