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Post BMW pids
on: February 2, 2023 (GMT)

hi all,
I’m searching for the extended pids for my BMW e82 3.0 n52 engine.. I’m looking for the oil temperature pid.. anyone can help me?
I’ve torque pro on android with vgate WiFi obd adapter..
thanks in advance

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Post Re: BMW pids
on: February 4, 2023 (GMT)


BMW use custom pids for oil temp and pressure, using mode 22.

For my 2014 F20 116i I found that mode 22 pid 4402 was the one.
i then had to use a formula to convert the raw data into meaningfull temperature in deg C.

(B-64)*.77 seems to give sensible readings.

i checked them by comparing oil and engine temps on a cold engine, when they should be the same and then as theengine warmed up, the oil temp first laged behind the coolant and then exceeded it a little after some hard driving.

I can’t be sure 224402 will be right for you but worth a try.

I also found that 22586F seems to provide oil pressure data but haven’t quite arrived at a formula that gives totally sensible results.

I bought an Ancel BM500 scantool from Amazon and it displays both oil temp and pressure hence I knew the data was present on the Can bus. (it’s not present under ‘Live data’ as it’s not OBD data.)

Have you tried the car’s hidden menu to see if the parameters are displayed? (google for a video)

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