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userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 5, 2016 (GMT)

Hello
I recently installed this fantastic app and I have the exact problem with my BMW F20. I can’t get the oil temp. although it is available through the hidden menu of my car.
Do we have a solution yet?

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 20, 2016 (GMT)

Admin or someone
I tried 2C10044D which suppose could bring the Engine Oil but nothing happend

Mode PID:2C10044D
Min-Max Value = -40 | 215
scale X1
Equation = A-40
OBD Header = auto | blank

I am getting no DATA | No Response

Any ideas or thoughts how to make it work please?

piemmm
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Posts: 6071
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 20, 2016 (GMT)

Hi

You’ll need to make sure you’ve used the init string that the original poster says is important (this will set the adapter up to allow the correct request to be sent in the way the ECU expects it)

It *might* also be possible to use the ‘start diagnostic command’ box to do this as well, then use the ‘stop diangostic commad’ to put the adapter back to normal operation afterwards (so that Mode 01 PIDs still work) which is likely more what you’re after

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 21, 2016 (GMT)

Quote from admin on October 20, 2016

It *might* also be possible to use the ‘start diagnostic command’ box to do this as well, then use the ‘stop diangostic commad’ to put the adapter back to normal operation afterwards (so that Mode 01 PIDs still work) which is likely more what you’re after

Sorry but I am not that advanced in programming or in torque pro so I don’t really understand what you are suggesting

Please if possible clarify

edit:
I also don’t understand what the following means

“”–> Enter this in your vehicle profile:
AT PB E1 01\nAT CRA 612\nAT SH 6F1\nAT FC SH 6F1\nAT FC SD 12 30 0F 02\nAT FC SM1\nAT CEA 12\nAT CM 600\nAT H1\nAT SP B\nAT BI”

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

Admin :)
Sorry to bother and I understand that this not your priority
but can you check the above and give some advise because I stuck?

Thanks

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

Well, I am just a user who needs to make a custom BMW PID to get engine oil temperature

The closest help I found is this thread but to be honest I don’t understand most of the information, because it is out of my general knowledge

Basically by trial and error I am trying to figure out how I can get the result

User FntX says in an earlier post that “” If only Torque would be able to send “overlength” PIDs, that would be great””

From that I assumed (apparently wrong) that afterwards the task would be easy.. that’s why I tried with no success the following

Mode PID:2C10044D
Min-Max Value = -40 | 215
scale X1
Equation = A-40
OBD Header = auto | blank

I thought that this could make it happen..

So right now, I don’t even know what else I could try because as I said earlier in general most of the previous conversation is out of my knowledge

I have the time and patient to try things but I need some help of what to try..

for example you say “”lay out screenshots of the adapter section””

meaning what??

thanks

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

Ok. So i will take the sceenshoots later after connection with car… Should I change or try domething in adapter options before screenshoot?

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

userM
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Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

Ok. And that what it means regarding engine oil temperature..?
Almost everything else is working fine

userM
Member
Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

What do you mean “try external pid?”
The one I made above?

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

No it is not working. In addition all others instruments didn’t work too. It could not connect to the ECU properly. Only battery voltage only..
When I deleted the string and restart application, it was ok as previous.. :(

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 22, 2016 (GMT)

Did not now that. I will try what you suggest tommorow and let you know. Thanks for your time..

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 23, 2016 (GMT)

Just tried
No Response – No Data…

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 23, 2016 (GMT)

Thanks for the help and your time…

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 23, 2016 (GMT)

Do you mean to make separate pids for each one?

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 23, 2016 (GMT)

Sorry. I don’t understand what to do
Should i copy them in the car profile?
Can you give an example?

userM
Member
Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 24, 2016 (GMT)

this is the first set

Please “translate” them because I don’t understand most of them :)

Tomorrow I will try the other one

However I see that engine oil temp is not available

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 24, 2016 (GMT)

Can you suggest a good one please?

userM
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Posts: 96
Post Re: [Research] BMW PIDs
on: October 25, 2016 (GMT)

Just to be sure
this one
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vgate-iCar-2-ELM327-Bluetooth-OBD2-Car-Diagnostics-Scanner-Black-Orange-/222223743290?hash=item33bd91393a:g:7hcAAOSw65FXtnl1&item=222223743290&vxp=mtr

this one is later version
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2016-New-Vgate-ELM327-Bluetooth-iCar-3-OBD2-Vgate-ICAR3-OBD-Diagnostic-Interface-/201686361873?hash=item2ef571a711:m:mgNd-z6M-RKGr95zKy0Qqng&item=201686361873&var=&vxp=mtr

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