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claude_lux
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Posts: 11
Post Re: What does (Signed(BB)*256)+BC mean?
on: August 29, 2022 (GMT)

Our car is a hybrid Prius Gen 3 from 2019, not a KIA

cintakc
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Posts: 1598
Post Re: What does (Signed(BB)*256)+BC mean?
on: August 30, 2022 (GMT)

you can create two new external PIDs and try

PID: 010D
Long name: Vehicle speed 010D
Short name: Veh spd 010D

Equation: A
Header: 7e0
Start command: atcra7e8

PID: 210D
Long name: Vehicle speed 210D
Short name: Veh spd 210D

Equation: A
Header: 7e0
Start command: atcra7e8

claude_lux
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Posts: 11
Post Re: What does (Signed(BB)*256)+BC mean?
on: September 11, 2022 (GMT)

010D brings indeed the correct speed, but I am still struggling to understand where it takes the value from in ‘Response’.
Look at this screenshot:
https://taximeter-gps.com/torque.png
There is no ‘0F’ in response…!

cintakc
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Posts: 1598
Post Re: What does (Signed(BB)*256)+BC mean?
on: September 12, 2022 (GMT)

the problem is most likely that two blocks are responding at once, try to select the speed PID from the Auto Dashboard block 7C0, I highlighted this device in red in the screenshots above

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