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redline07
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Post Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: February 22, 2018 (GMT)

I am currently running Torque lite on several Android devices using a BAFX and also a cheap ELM adaptor to connect to a few GM VPW cars. I put in the custom PIDs into my scangauge to be able to read my OLM (On board Oil life monitor). Is there a way to translate those to Torque? I am willing to buy the pro version, but if it will not get me the OLM percentage it will not do me any good. I know it will not reset my OLM, I just want to display it. I looked but was not able to see anyone else having issues with/wanting the GM OLM and Scangauge PIDs.

moreause
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Posts: 482
Post Re: Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: February 22, 2018 (GMT)

can you explain exactly what is and what your are doing on the scangauge ??

if the scangauge is a standard obd device ..torque will read it

BUT i higly suspect that it’s NOT a standard PID so may be hard to find

to reset OLM there is probably a way to reset it with no tool…

cintakc
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Posts: 1418
Post Re: Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: February 23, 2018 (GMT)

redline07

which two external PIDs you created, write or take a screenshot
if the scangauge works, then in Torque Pro, too, should work

Capp777
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Posts: 2824
Post Re: Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: February 23, 2018 (GMT)

I agree with Cintakc… if the pid is available
Torque Pro should be able to read it too.

I would try header 6C10F1 with your pid
22xxyy. Note that the (01) is not required
in Torque.

For percent type equations I would try
A*(100/255). Depending on your raw response
the variable could be different.

I would definitely recommend you upgrade to
Torque Pro for more features and bug fixes.
As well as to set pid headers.

I would start by “TEST”ing for the pid response
while in the pid editor and connected to your
vehicle.

Posting your raw hex response here would be
a great help.

redline07
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: February 24, 2018 (GMT)

The Scangauge is at https://www.scangauge.com/ for more info- it is an simple OBD reader. Awesome little tool back in its day.

The xgauge (custom gauge) has the following info:
TXD: 6c10f122119f01
RXF: 04628511069f
RXD: 3008
MTH: 00c800330000
Name OLF

It simply reads the percentage of Oil Life remaining out of 100.

I found the area in Torque lite to add the custom PID and if this works will for sure buy the pro version, but if I cannot replace the basic functionality of the old girl, I wont be able to really use this instead of that.
Thanks for any insight.

I will try to get back out to the car to test the info above, but it is a bit cold here tonight.

redline07
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: February 24, 2018 (GMT)

Strange, I replied and now I cannot see either of my posts in this thread on any browser. (Admin edit: You triggered the spam checker – I get about 70 spams a day on the forum and sometimes it false-flags the occasional user, something that helps me keep the forums clean!)

anyhow..
not sure if I am not allowed to link but the scangauge is at the name at .com

The info I have about the OLM is:

Gauge
TXD: 07E022119F(01) or 07E022119F01
RXF: 04628511069F
RXD: 3008
MTH: 00C800330000
Name: OLF
Notes: Remaining Oil Life Percent

It shows the display in percentage left of 100% new oil.

If this works I will for sure get the pro version, but if I cannot replace the basic functionality of my scangauge- I will have a hard time using this instead of that.

Hopefully tomorrow I will get out to the car to test the commands above that were posted for testing.

redline08
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: February 24, 2018 (GMT)

Seems there is an issue w the forum here…cant reply anymore or see any of my replies in this thread. Reregistered…

This is the info for adding the custom PID to scangauge. More info is found at the name .com

Gauge Remaining Oil Life
TXD: 07E022119F(01) or 07E022119F01
RXF: 04628511069F
RXD: 3008
MTH: 00C800330000
Name: OLF
Notes: Percent

I will have the car warmed up today so I will test those commands above then when it is more comfortable to play around.

Capp777
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Posts: 2824
Post Re: Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: February 28, 2018 (GMT)

Like I said before posting your vehicle’s
raw hex response to the pid while in the
pid editor while connected would be helpful.

I don’t believe Lite has the Header field so
just enter the 22xxyy portion for pid (without
the 01 at the end).

Header Note:

6C10F1 is for VPW protocol.

7E0 is for CAN.

For Torque Pro example, I would try…

Long Name: Oil Life
Short Name: Oil Life
Header: 6C10F1 or 7E0 or Auto
Mode/Pid: 22119F
Equation: A*(100/255)
Min: 0.0
Max: 100.0
Units: %
Scale: x1
Diagnostic Start/Stop Commands: Leave blank.

Depending on your vehicles response the variable
could be different.

Assuming a typical percentage type equation.

redline07
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Scangauge 2 PID input for OLM
on: March 14, 2018 (GMT)

Coulda swore I replied here, I guess not or I was blocked by the spam filter again.(Admin note: checked – you never posted:) )

I tried what was posted above but got no result. There is not “test” in the PID editor that I was able to find in the Torque Lite version.

I hate to buy pro if I cannot get this last item to work. Any other suggestions you can think of?

Thanks

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