I just got a Bluetooth adapter and Torque Pro to try to track down a random misfire on my wifes 04 Corolla. Problem is it dosnt come with the misfire PID info set up by default. I did some searching and found some info but no matter what I do I cant seem to get cylinder misfire data. I can get fuel trim and O2 sensor data so I know the program is working. Can anyone offer and assistance?
Link I have found with some data:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zgIec4drCvHh1KQ2iL6E0CTbQ2eFUhhSz0_ZKu1pY/mobilebasic
My theory was that being an 04 Camry the PIDs would be the same. I could be wrong on this.
Using that another link I found (I cant find exact link) I created 4 PID sensors (that do not appear to work) as follows:
Name: Toyota Total Misfire Count
PID: 01F3
Equation: C
Name: Toyota Cylinder 1 Misfire Count
PID: 01E9
Equation: C
Name: Toyota Cylinder 2 Misfire Count
PID: 01E9
Equation: D
Name: Toyota Cylinder 3 Misfire Count
PID: 01E9
Equation: E
Name: Toyota Cylinder 4 Misfire Count
PID: 01E9
Equation: F
The results I get are:
Toyota Total Misfire Count: 1
Toyota Cylinder 1 Misfire Count : 0
Toyota Cylinder 2 Misfire Count : 0
Toyota Cylinder 3 Misfire Count : 0
Toyota Cylinder 4 Misfire Count : 1
