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Post Reverse Engineering CAN
on: November 24, 2019 (GMT)

Anyone done any reverse engineering of OBD2/CAN data?

I wrote a OBD scanner app to read all possible PIDs. Working on a 2014 Forester, I have found the steering angel by accident. I after CVT and Engine oil temps as those published here and via google are failing.

2014 Forester

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Post Re: Reverse Engineering CAN
on: November 25, 2019 (GMT)

it,s mostly time consuming
having access to some car data helps to know the spec and limits of the sensor …
sometime you can replace the sensor with a variable resistor and see with value is changing
but i would say you have more chance on a car specific forum than here

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Post Re: Reverse Engineering CAN
on: November 28, 2019 (GMT)

Engine oil temp PID for Subaru Forester:
“Name”,”ShortName”,”ModeAndPID”,”Equation”,”Min Value”,”Max Value”,”Units”,”Header”
“Forester engine oil temp”,”Oil temp”,”A800000113″,”R0-40″,”-40″,”130″,”oC”,”7E0″
It should return temperature in Celsius.

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