Attachment 1: OBD2 Scanner tool

Attachment 1: OBD2 Scanner tool
OBDII Scanner Tool
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User s Manual
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Engine compartment contains electrical
Onnections and hot or moving parts.
•Keep yourself, test leads, clothing and other
bjects clear of electrical connections and hot
or moving engine parts.
• Do not wear watches,
rings, or loose fitting
clothing when working in an engine
compartment.
• Do not place tools or test equipment on
fenders or other places in engine compartment.
• Barriers are recommended to help identify
danger zones in test area.
• Prevent personnel from walking through test
area.
Contacting electrical connections and hot or
moving parts can cause injury.
Risk of injury.
•
The Scan Tool should be operated by qualified
personnel only.
•
Use the scan tool only as described in the
user’s manual.
•
Use only manufacturer’s recommended
attachments.
• Do not operate the Scan Tool with damaged
cables.
• Do not operate the Scan Tool if it has been
dropped or damaged, until examined by a
qualified service representative.
Operation of the Scan Tool by anyone other than
qualified personnel may result in injury.
Safety Precautions
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Risk of unexpected vehicle movement.
• Block drive wheels before performing a test with
engine running.
• Unless instructed otherwise:
- set parking brake
- put gear selector in neutral for manual transmissions
- put gear selector in park for automatic transmissions
- disconnect release mechanism on the automatic
parking brake release for testing and reconnect when
testing is completed.
• Do not leave a running engine unattended.
A moving vehicle can cause injury.
Risk of equipment or circuit damage.
• Unless specifically directed by manufacturer, make
sure ignition is off before connecting or
disconnecting connectors or any vehicle electrical
terminals.
• Do not create a short between battery terminals with
a jumper wire or tools.
Improper equipment use can cause equipment or circuit
damage.
Safety Precautions
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Misdiagnosis may lead to incorrect or improper repair
and/or adjustment.
• Do not rely on erratic, questionable, or obviously
erroneous test information or results.
- If test information or results are erratic, questionable,
or obviously erroneous, make sure all connections
and data entry information are correct and test
procedures were performed correctly.
- If test information or results are still suspicious, do
not use them for diagnosis.
Improper repair and/or adjustment may cause vehicle or
equipment damage or unsafe operation.
Some vehicles are equipped with air bags.
• Follow service manual warnings when working
around air bag components or wiring.
- If service manual instructions are not followed, an air
bag may deploy unexpectedly, resulting in injury.
- Note an air bag can still deploy several minutes after
ignition key is off (or even if vehicle battery is
disconnected) because of a special energy reserve
module.
An airbag opening can cause injury.
1.3
Vehicle Service Information
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The following is a list of web sites and phone numbers where electronic
engine control (EEC) diagnostic information is available.
‫ ܂‬Some manuals may be available at your local dealer, auto parts
stores or local public libraries.
Domestic Vehicles
Web Site
Phone Number
General Motors
Chevrolet
Pontiac
Oldsmobile
Buick
Cadillac
Saturn
www.chevrolet.com
www.pontiac.com
www.oldsmobile.com
www.buick.com
www.cadillac.com
www.saturn.com
1-800-551-4123
1-800-551-4123
1-800-551-4123
1-800-551-4123
1-800-333-4CAD
1-800-553-6000
Ford
Ford
Lincoln
Mercury
www.ford.com
www.lincoln.com
www.mercury.com
1-800-392-3673
1-800-392-3673
1-800-392-3673
Chrysler
Chrysler
Dodge
Plymouth
Eagle
www.chrysler.com
www.dodge.com
Not Available
Not Available
1-800-348-4696
1-800-348-4696
1-800-348-4696
1-800-348-4696
www.audi.com
www.vw.com
www.bmw.com
www.mini.com
www.jaguar.com
www.volvo.com
www.mercedes-benz.com
www.landrover.com
www.porsche.com
www.saab.com
1-800-544-8021
1-800-544-8021
1-201-307-4000
1-201-307-4000
1-800-4-JAGUAR
1-800-458-1552
1-800-367-6372
1-800-637-6837
1-800-PORSCHE
1-800-955-9007
www.acura.com
www.honda.com
www.lexus.com
www.scion.com
www.toyota.com
www.hyundai.com
www.infiniti.com
www.nissanusa.com
www.kia.com
www.mazda.com
www.daewoo.com
1-800-999-1009
1-800-999-1009
1-800-255-3987
1.866.70.SCION
1-800-GO-TOYOTA
1-800-633-5151
1-800-662-6200
1-800-nissan1
1-800-333-4542
1-800-222-5500
1-822-759-2114
European Vehicles
Audi
Volkswagen
BMW
MINI
Jaguar
Volvo
Mercedes-Benz
Land Rover
Porsche
Saab
Asian Vehicles
Acura
Honda
Lexus
Scion
Toyota
Hyundai
Infiniti
Nissan
Kia
Mazda
Daewoo
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Subaru
Isuzu
Geo
Mitsubishi
Suzuki
www.subaru.com
www.isuzu.com
Not Available
www.mitsubishi.com
www.suzukiauto.com
1-800-SUBARU3
1-800-255-6727
Not Available
1-888-MITSU2004
1-800-934-0934
www.chiltonsonline.com
www.haynes.com
www.bentleypublishers.com
1-800-347-7707
1-800-242-4637
1-800-423-4595
Other Manuals
Chilton Book Company
Haynes Publications
Bentley Publishers
Repair Information Programs
Mitchell
ALLDATA
www.mitchell1.com
www.alldata.com
Suitable Manual Titles
Diagnostic Service Manuals
Power Train Codes and Oxygen Sensors
Automotive Emission Control Manual
Fuel Injection
Automotive Electrical Manual
Automotive Electrics and Electronics
Automotive Sensors
Electronic Transmission Control
Emission Control Technology
Engine Management
or similar titles...
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1.4
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Introduction to On-Board Diagnostics OBD II
On-board diagnostics version II (OBD II) is a system that the Society of
Automotive Engineers (SAE) developed to standardize automotive
electronic diagnosis.
Beginning in 1996, most new vehicles sold in the United States were
fully OBD II compliant.
‫܂‬Technicians can now use the same tool to test any OBD II
compliant vehicle without special adapters. SAE established
guidelines that provide:
ܾA universal connector, called the DLC, with dedicated pin
assignments.
ܾA standard location for the DLC, visible under the dash on
driver’s side.
ܾA standard list of diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) used by
all manufacturers.
ܾA standard list of parameter identification (PID) data used
by all manufacturers.
ܾAbility for vehicle systems to record operating conditions
when a fault occurs.
ܾExpanded diagnostic capabilities that records a code
whenever a condition occurs that affects vehicle emissions.
ܾAbility to clear stored codes from the vehicle’s memory with
a Scan Tool.
SAE Publications
SAE has published hundreds of pages of text defining a standard
communication protocol that establishes hardware, software, and
circuit parameters of OBD II systems.
• SAE publishes recommendations, not laws, but the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board
(CARB) made many of SAE’s recommendations legal requirements.
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1.4.1
Diagnostic Link Connector (DLC)
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Data Link Connector (DLC) Pins
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1.4.3
OBD Diagnostic Trouble Codes(DTCs)
Diagnostic Trouble Codes are how OBDII identifies and communicates to you with
the on board computer. When the computer recognizes and identifies a problem, a
DTC for the fault is stored in its memory. These codes are intended to help the user
to determine the root cause of the problem.
These OBDII DTC codes are made up of:
st
• The 1 character in the DTC indicates a letter which identifies the “main
system” where the fault occurred (Powertrain, Body, Chassis or Network)
nd
• The 2 character is a numerical digit which identifies “Generic or Manufacturer
Specific”
rd
• The 3 character is also a numerical digit which identifies the specific systems
or sub-systems where the problem is located.
th
th
• The 4 and 5 characters are also numerical digits which identifies the section
of the system that is malfunctioning.
Within each category (Power train, Chassis, Body and Network) of
DTCs there are assigned ranges for different vehicle systems.
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Using The Scan Tool
2.1 -The Scan Tool
Diagnostic Cable
DLC Port
Display
Keypad
Figure1
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2.2 Display Menu:
1.
SCAN CAR
Î
READ DTCs
Î
ERASE DTCs
Î
LIVE DATA
Î
FREEZE FRAME
Î
MIL STATUS (Malfunction Indicator Lamp)
Î
I/M READINESS
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VEHICLE INFORMATION
LAST SCAN
2.
Î
LAST DTCS
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LAST FREEZE FRAME
Î
LAST MIL STATUS
Î
LAST I/M Readiness
Î
LAST VEHICLE INFORMATION
3.
SELECT M.F(SELECT MANUFACTORY)
4.
SETTING
Î
Adjustments
Î
About
Page DOWN
Page UP
Selects Designation
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2.3 -Keypad Functions:
Power ON or OFF button
YES button to confirm selection
NO button to cancel this operation and
Return previous menu
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Help button for abbreviation query.
Suggestion: more help button for higher word efficiency While Indecisive
indication.
Page Up button for menu roll up
Page Down button for menu roll down
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2.4ͲDisplayFunctions: ķ Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Display Area.
When the DTC reader found a
fault code in the PCM, it will
display here. Each fault is
assigned a code number that is
specific to the fault.
ĸ PENDING Icon˖
Indicates the currently display
DTC is a “Pending” Code.
Ĺ DTC Definitions˖
Figure3
Information on DTC definitions,
Freeze Frame data and test messages are displayed here.
ĺ DTC Number Sequence˖
The DTC reader assigns a code sequence number to each DTC found in the
vehicle’s PCM. The sequence will start from 1. This number will indicate which
code is currently displayed. / DTC Enumerator Indicates the total number of
codes retrieved from the vehicle’s computer.
Ļ G/E instruction:
Generic DTC / Enhanced DTC
ļ
Link Icon˖
Indicates whether that the DTC Reader is communicating
or not.
with the vehicle’s computer
Ľ LED instruction:
Color changing display to indicate the Scan Tool system status.
RED-SYSTEM Working
YELLOW- Establishing a communication with the vehicle and PENDING Code
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2.5-Getting Started:
Before you use Scan Tool on the vehicle, please ensure that mechanical problems such
as low oil level, damaged hoses, wiring or electrical connections are fixed FIRST. They
may cause a fault code to set.
The following Areas need to be checked before starting any test:
¾ The levels of engine oil, power steering fluid, transmission fluid (if auto
transmission), engine coolant and other fluids must be at proper level. Top up if
necessary.
¾ Check the condition of air hoses and the air filter must be cleaned. Replace if
necessary.
¾ Make sure the timing belts are in good conditions and properly tensioned.
¾ Make sure the spark plugs are cleaned and in good condition. Check for loose,
damaged, disconnected or missing plug cables.
¾ Make sure that all mechanical linkages to the engine sensors (throttle, gearshift
position, transmission, etc) are secure and properly connected. Refer to Service
Manuals for locations.
¾ Check all electrical wirings and harnesses for proper connections and condition of
its insulation.
¾ Check all rubber hoses (radiator) and steel hoses (vacuum and fuel) for leaks,
cracks, blockage or other damages.
¾ Make sure the engine is mechanically sound. Do a compression check, engine
vacuum check, timing check, etc.
¾ Always refer to the manufacturer’s Service Manual
if you are not sure of the repair procedures.
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2.6-Settings: Adjustments
To enter the MENU Mode:
1ǃ Once the Scan Tool is powered up through the DLC connection, the first the
Button within two seconds, the
screen will light. The second , Press
wake up screen will display as below: (Figure 4)
Figure4
2ǃ After a few seconds, it will switch to: Ācarmaker select”:(Figure 5)
Figure5
3,Press
OR
button, the screen will change to: “Scan function”: (Figure 6)
Figure6
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4 ǃ Press
button, the screen will change to: “ System setting”(Figure 7)
Figure7
5ǃ
Press
button, the screen will change to: “contrast adjust ion”
(Figure 8)
Figure8
6ǃ
Press
button, the screen will change to: (Figure 9)
Figure9
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or
button, button to increase or decrease the
Brightness ranges from 1 to 9.
8ǃOnce the brightness adjustment had been selected to your desired setting, press
YES button to exit to the main Menu.
7ǃ Press
9ǃTo exit totally, press
button, Exit Menu.
2.7-About
Enter the Setting Menu, (Figure 10)
Press
button.
Figure10
The screen will change to:(Figure 11)
Press
or
button :
Figure11
The screen will change to:(Figure 12)
Press
button.
Figure12
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The screen will change to: (Figure 13)
SW: Scan tool Software Number
HW: Scan tool Hardware Number
SN: Scan tool Serial Number
DTC Loaded: DTC Loaded quantity
To exit totally, press
Menu.
button, Exit
Figure13
2.8-Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL):
When the vehicle on board computer detects a problem in the emission related systems or
components, its diagnostic program will assign a fault code (DTC) and store it in its
memory. It also records a “Freeze Frame” of the conditions present when the fault was
found and set the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) alight. Some faults require detection for
two trips in a row before the MIL is turned on.
Three typical examples of MIL are shown below:
Definition of Trip
‘A Trip’ is define as a Key-ON, Key-OFF event in which the powertrain control module
(PCM) detects the following:
o
• Engine coolant temperature should exceed 70 C
o
• Engine coolant temperature should change more than 20 C after starting the
engine.
• Engine speed should go over 400 RPM.
st
When the powertain control module (PCM) detects a fault during the 1 trip, the DTC and
the corresponding ‘Freeze Frame’ data are stored in the PCM’s memory. The MIL will not
nd
light up until the fault is again detected during the 2 trip. Certain DTCs are capable of
turning the MIL on or blinking during the first trip.
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Vehicle Diagnostic
3.1 SCAN CAR
When everything had been confirmed and checked as mentioned in Getting Started, the
testing operation can be carried out.
1. Locate the vehicle Diagnostic
Link Connector (DLC) and
make sure that the ignition
switch is in OFF position.
(Figure 14)
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2.
C
onnect the Scan Tool cable
connector to the vehicle’s DLC.
(Figure 15)
• If problem of connecting,
o
rotate it to 180 and try again.
Figure15
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3. When
the
connection
has
been
established, Press
button,
the Scan tool will light up and it will
display as below: (Figure 16)
Figure16
4.
A
fter a few seconds, it will switch to:
(Figure 17)
Figure17
5.If the vehicle Diagnostic Protocol is
OBD-II/EOBD-IIˈ But the DTC Code is
MANUFACTORYˈPlease press UP or DN
buttonˈthen press yes , the screen will
change to: (Figure 18)
Otherwise Press NO jump to Select MF
Figure18
6ˊTurn the ignition on.
DO NOT start the engine. (Figure 19)
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7ˊPress the
button once, the
Scan tool will automatically starts to
Link up to the vehicle’s computer
and search which type of
communication protocol it is using.
Once the Scan tool identifies the
computer’s communications
protocol, a communication Link is
established.
The protocol type will be shown on
the LCD display:(Figure 20)
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Figure20
8. After a few seconds, the screen will
change to: wait the Scan Tool will
retrieve and display any Diagnostic
Trouble Codes, Freeze Frame data
Live Data....from the vehicles
computer memory. (Figure 21)
Figure21
9. If the Scan tool fails to link up with
the vehicle’s computer, it will show
a message as displayed on the
LCD screen: (Figure 22)
Figure22
Cause˖
1. DLC invalid link
2. Car Key is not on
3. The car diagnostic protocol is not international standard.
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3.1.1-1)READ DTCs
‫ ܂‬The READ DTCs function allows the Scan Tool to read the DTCs from
the vehicle’s control modules. DTCs are used to help determine the
cause of a problem or problems with a vehicle. These codes cause the
control module to illuminate the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL)
when emission-related or driveability fault occurs. MIL is also known
as service engine soon or check engine lamp.
‫ ܂‬READ DTCs can be done with the key on engine off (KOEO) or with
the key on engine running (KOER).
button the screen
Press
will change to:(Figure 23)
Figure23
Press
button, View more
help information:(Figure 24)
Figure24
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3.1.2-2) ERASE DTCs
The ERASE DTCs function deletes DTCs and I/M Readiness data from
vehicle’s control module(s). Perform this function with KOEO. Do not
start the engine.
‫ ܂‬The ERASE DTCs function may also erase View Freeze Data......
esults depending on vehicle.
‫ ܂‬The ERASE DTCs function sets monitors to inc.
Back to the Previous Menu, Select
Erase DTCs:(Figure 25)
Figure25
Press
button the screen will
change to: (Figure 26)
Erase DTC Press YES,Otherwise
Press NO
Figure26
button the screen will
Press
change to:(Figure 27)
Figure27
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3.1.3-3) LIVE DATA
The LIVE DATA function allows real time viewing of the vehicles
computer module’s PID data. As the computer monitors the vehicle,
information is simultaneously transmitted to scan tool.
Back to the Previous Menu, Select
Live Data:(Figure 28)
Figure28
Press
button the screen will
change to: (Figure 29)
Use the
and
arrow keys
to view other sensors.
Figure29
Press
button, View more
Help information:(Figure 30)
Figure 30
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3.1.3.1-OBD-II GENERIC OPERATIONAL DATA ITEMS
Mass Air Flow (Grams/Sec) Range:
0 to 105 gr/sec
High Perf. Vehicles: 0 to 255 gr/sec
Mass air flow sensor input is used by the ECM to calculate fuel delivery.
As the air flow increases, the fuel delivery must also increase. Displayed
in grams per second.
Calculated Load Value Range:
0% to 100%
An indication of the current airflow divided by peak airflow, where peak
airflow is corrected for altitude, if available. This value is not engine
specific. It gives the service technician an indication of the percent of
engine capacity being used (with a full load as 100%).
Commanded Secondary Air Status
Commanded Secondary Air provided to the exhaust system.
Engine Coolant Temperature Range:
-40 C to 215 C
The temperature of the vehicle coolant is used to determine when to
transition into closed loop and to calculate spark advance during cold
starts. The PCM converts the voltage from the sensor to a temperature.
Engine RPM - Engine Speed reading displayed in revolutions per minute.
Fuel Pressure (Gage) Range:
Fuel pressure of the fuel delivery system.
0 to 765 kPaG
Fuel System Status-Information describing the operation of the fuel control.
Open loop - Operating condition during engine warm up/idle in which the
fuel mixture isn’t being corrected to compensate for a rich/lean condition.
Closed Loop - Operating condition in which the fuel mixture is being
corrected for a rich/lean condition.
OL Drive - Vehicle in Open Loop due to driving conditions (power
enrichment, deceleration).
OL Fault - Vehicle in Open Loop due to a detected system fault.
CL O2 Fault - Vehicle in Closed Loop, but a fault with at least one oxygen
sensor - may be using simple oxygen sensor for fuel control.
Ignition Timing Advance Range:
-64 to 63.5
The relationship between ignition timing and top dead center, displayed in
crankshaft degrees.
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3.1.3.2-OBD-II GENERIC OPERATIONAL DATA ITEMS (CONT.)
Intake Air Temperature Range:
-40 C to 215 C
Temperature of the air drawn through a cleaner and distributed to each
cylinder for use in combustion.
Intake Manifold Pressure Range:
10 to 105 kPa, or 0 to 5 Volts
The manifold absolute pressure displayed in kilopascals or volts. A low
reading will indicate that the pressure is low (vacuum is high) and a high
reading will indicate that the pressure is high (vacuum is low).
Long Term Fuel Trim (Bank 1 / Bank 2)
Long Term adjustments to the Bank 1 fuel calibration schedule which
compensate for vehicle differences and gradual changes that occur over
time. Range: -100.00% to 99.92% (-100% indicating a maximum lean
condition, 99.92% indicating a maximum rich condition, and 0% indicating
no adjustment).
OBD-II Require
Requirement level for the On Board Diagnostics designed for the vehicle.
OBD-II (CARB) - Vehicle designed with OBD requirements for California
Air Resource Board OBD-II.
OBD (Fed EPA) - Vehicle designed with OBD requirements for Federal
EPA OBD.
OBD and OBD-II - Vehicle designed with OBD requirements for OBD and
OBD-II.
OBD-I - Vehicle designed with OBD requirements for OBD-I.
Not Intended - Vehicle not intended to meet any OBD requirements.
Oxygen Sensor
The detection of Oxygen (O2) content in the exhaust gases. The sensor
readings are used by the ECM to help calculate the air-fuel mixture to
maintain proper vehicle performance.
Short Term Fuel Trim (Bank 1/2)
Dynamic or instantaneous adjustments to the Bank 1 base fuel schedule.
Range: -100.00% to 99.92% (-100% indicating a maximum lean
condition, 99.92% indicating a maximum rich condition, and 0% indicating
no adjustment).
Vehicle Speed (MPH) - Sensor reading displayed in miles per hour.
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3.1.4-4) FREEZE FRAME
When an emission-related fault occurs, certain vehicle conditions are
recorded by the on-board computer. This information is referred to as
Freeze frame data. FREEZE FRAME is a snapshot of the operating
conditions at the time of an emission-related fault.
‫ ܂‬FREEZE FRAME can be overwritten by faults with a higher priority.
‫ ܂‬If codes were erased, FREEZE FRAME may not be stored in vehicle
memory depending on vehicle.
Back to the Previous Menu, Select
Freeze Frame:(Figure 31)
Figure31
Press
change to:
button the screen will
Use the
and
arrow keys
to view other sensors.(Figure 32)
Figure32
Press
button, View more
help information:(Figure 33)
Figure33
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Back to the Previous Menu, Select
MIL Status:(Figure 34)
Figure34
button the screen will
Press
change to:(Figure 35)
Figure35
If the system is normal. the screen
will change to:(Figure 36)
Figure36
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3.1.6-6)I/M Readiness
The I/M Readiness (Inspection / Maintenance) function is used to view
a snapshot of the operations for the emission system on OBD II vehicles.
‫ ܂‬I/M Readiness is a very useful function. To guarantee no faults exist
make sure all monitors are ok or n/a and no DTC’s exist.
‫ ܂‬Refer to the vehicles service manual for the drive cycle operation.
‫ ܂‬During normal driving conditions, the vehicle’s computer scans the
emission system. After a specific amount of drive time (each monitor
has specific driving conditions and time required), the computer’s
monitors decide if the vehicles emission system is working correctly
or not as well as detecting out of range values. When the monitor’s
status is:
• Has Run - vehicle was driven enough to complete the onitor.
• Has Not Run - vehicle was not driven enough to complete the
monitor.
• Don’t support- vehicle does not support that monitor.
‫ ܂‬Depending on vehicle, disconnecting or a discharged battery may
erase DTCs and clear monitor status.
‫ ܂‬Monitors may be cleared by:
ܾ Erasing codes
ܾ Vehicle control modules losing power
‫ ܂‬I/M Readiness can be done with the KOER or KOEO.
Abbreviations and names for OBD II Monitors supported by the Scan
Tool are shown below. They are required by the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Not all monitors are
supported by all vehicles.
Abbreviated Name
Expanded Name
-
MIS
-
FUE
Misfire Monitor
Fuel System Monitor
-
CCM
Comprehensive Components Monitor
-
CAT
Catalyst Monitor
-
HCA
Heated Catalyst Monitor
-
EVA
Evaporative System Monitor
-
AIR
Secondary Air System Monitor
-
ACR
Air Conditioning Refrigerant Monitor
-
O2S
Oxygen Sensor Monitor
-
HTR
Oxygen Sensor Heater Monitor
-
EGR
Exhaust Gas Recirculation System Monitor
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Back to the Previous Menu, Select
I/M Readiness:(Figure 37)
Figure37
button the screen will
Press
change to:(Figure 38)
Figure38
Press
button,View more
help information:(Figure 39)
Figure39
Use the
and
arrow keys
To view more help:(Figure 40)
Figure40
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3.1.7-7) VEHICLE INFORMATION (VIN)
The Vehicle Info function allows the Scan Tool to request the vehicle’s
VIN number, calibration ID(s) which identifies software version in
vehicle control module(s), and calibration verification numbers
(CVN(s).)
‫܂‬Vehicle Info function applies to model year 2000 and newer OBD II compliant vehicles.
‫܂‬The Scan Tool cannot verify if data is correct for scanned vehicles.
‫܂‬CVNs are calculated values required by OBD II regulations.
‫܂‬The CVN calculation may take several minutes.
‫܂‬CVNs are reported to determine if emission-related calibrations have been changed.
Multiple CVNs may be reported for a control module.
Back to the Previous Menu, Select
Vehicle info:(Figure 41)
Figure41
Press
button the screen will
change to: Vehicle info(Figure 42)
Figure42
Use the
and
arrow keys
to View more information: (Figure43)
Figure43
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LAST SCAN:
The Scan Tool auto save the last test communication mode and car model, which
will simply use for the next test until changing.
The Scan Tool also auto save last test course to the ROM of Scan Tool until next test
covering, which could easy review the history data before next test
Auto saving items:
Last DTCs
Last Freeze Frame
Last MIL Status
Last Readiness
Last Vehicle info
Back to Main Menu, Select LAST
SCAN:(Figure 44)
Figure44
Press
change to:
button the screen will
Use the
and
arrow keys
to Select.(Figure 45)
Figure45
Or Last Freeze Frame (Figure 46)
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Or Last MIL Status:(Figure 47)
Figure47
Or Last Readiness:(Figure 48)
Figure48
Or Last Vehicle info:(Figure 49)
Figure49
To View more information.
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3.3-Select M.F (SELECT MANUFACTORY)
Manufacturer controlled codes (non-uniform DTCs)
Areas within each alpha designator have been made available for
manufacturer-controlled DTCs. These are fault codes that will not generally be used
by a majority of the manufacturers due to basic system differences, implementation
differences, or diagnostic strategy differences. Each vehicle manufacturer or
supplier who designs and specifies diagnostic algorithms, software, and diagnostic
trouble codes are strongly encouraged to remain consistent across their product line
when assigning codes in the manufacturer controlled area. For powertrain codes,
the same groupings should be used as in the ISO /SAE controlled area, i.e. 100's
and 200's for fuel and air metering, 300's for ignition system or misfire, etc.
Code groupings for non-powertrain codes will be specified at a later date.
While each manufacturer has the ability to define the controlled DTCs to meet their
specific controller algorithms, all DTC words shall meet ISO 15031-2.
Exact car Selection help more help info.
To enter the MENU Mode:
1.
Once the Scan Tool is powered up
through the DLC connection, Press .
Button, the wake up
screen will display as below: (Figure
50)
Figure50
After a few seconds, it will switch to:
Use the
and
arrow keys
to Select.(Figure 51)
Figure51
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Back to Main Menu, Select M.F
(Figure 52)
Figure52
Press
change to:
button the screen will
Use the
and
arrow keys
to Select.(Figure 53)
Figure53
3.3.1-SUPPORT MANUFACTORY
[0]- Generic
[1]- Acura
[2]- Alfa Romeo
[3]- Audi
[4]- BMW
[5]- Chrysler
[6]- Ford
[7]- Ford Diesel
[8]- Geo
[9]- GM
[10]- Honda
[11]- Hyundai
[12]- Infiniti
[13]- Isuzu
[14]- Jaguar
[15]- Kia
[16]- Land Rover
[17]- Lexus
[18]- Mazda
[19]- Mercedes
[20]- Mitsubishi
[21]- Nissan
[22]- Porsche
[23]- Saab
[24]- Saturn
[25]- Subaru
[26]- Suzuki
[27]- Toyota
[28]- Volkswagen
[29]- Volvo
[30]- Others
ReferenceAppendixA–SUPPORTMANUFACTORYVEHICLE˄part˅
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Appendix
4.1 Appendix A – PID Definitions
Global PID Definitions
All global parameter identification (PID) data listed were verified on actual
vehicles to guarantee accuracy. PID definitions were obtained from reliable
sources and are accurate at time of printing. It is possible that some newer
vehicles may contain data different from what is listed. Always refer to vehicle
service manual for manufacturer specific PIDs.
Remember; always refer the applicable service manual for detailed diagnostic
procedures when troubleshooting PID values.
Types of Data Parameters
INPUT:
These data parameters are obtained from sensor circuit
outputs. Sensor circuit outputs are inputs to the vehicles
PCM. For example, if oxygen sensor circuit was
generating a 400mV signal, then the code reader would
read O2S (v).40.
OUTPUT:
These data parameters are outputs or commands that
come directly from control module(s). For example, the
ignition spark advance is controlled by PCM, on most
vehicles, monitoring this PID shows spark output from
PCM.
CALCULATED These data parameters are calculated after analyzing
VALUE:
various inputs to the vehicles control module(s). For
example, the engine load. The PCM calculates this from
sensor inputs and displays in a percentage.
PCM VALUE:
Information that is stored in the control module(s) memory
and determined to be useful to service technician. An
example of this is TROUBLE CODE values, the DTC that
caused a freeze frame capture.
NOTE:
Several different causes can have the same parameter indication.
For information on diagnostics consult applicable service anuals.
NOTE:
The Scan Tool only displays the PID’s the vehicle supports.
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4.2-Appendix B – Glossary
A/C:
Air Conditioner
A/D:
Analog to Digital
A/F:
Air/Fuel ratio. The proportion of air and fuel delivered to the cylinder for
combustion. For example, an A/F ratio of 14:1 denotes 14 times as much air as
fuel in the mixture. Ideally the A/F ratio is 14.7:1.
ABS:
Anti-lock Brake System
A/C Clutch Relay:
The PCM uses this relay to energize the A/C clutch, turning the A/C compressor
on or off.
A/C Pressure Sensor:
Measures air conditioning refrigerant pressure and sends a voltage signal to the
PCM.
A/C Pressure Switch:
A mechanical switch connected to the A/C refrigerant line. The switch is
activated (sending a signal to the PCM) when the A/C refrigerant pressure
becomes too low or high.
Actuator:
Actuators such as relays, solenoids, and motors allow the PCM to control the
operation of vehicle systems.
Air Injection Reaction (AIR) System:
An emission control system operated by the PCM. During cold starts, an air
pump injects outside air into the exhaust manifold to help burn hot exhaust
gases. This reduces pollution and speeds warm-up of oxygen sensors and
catalytic converters. After the engine is warm, the air will either be dumped back
to the atmosphere (or into the air cleaner assembly) or sent to the catalytic
converter.
APP:
Acceleration Pedal Position (Sensor)
ASR:
Acceleration Slip Regulation
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AFC:
Air Flow Control
ALDL:
Assembly Line Diagnostic Link. Former name for GM (only) Data Link Connector,
the connector socket into which the scan tool plug is inserted; sometimes used to
refer to any pre-OBD II computer signals
Bank x:
The standard way of referring to the bank of cylinders containing cylinder #x.
In-line engines have only one bank of cylinders. Most commonly used to identify
the location of oxygen sensors. See O2S, Sensor x, Sensor x.
BARO:
Barometric Pressure Sensor. See MAP Sensor.
BBV:
Brake Boost Vacuum (Sensor
BCM:
Body Control Module
Boost Control Solenoid:
A solenoid that is energized by the PCM, in order to control turbo/supercharger
boost pressure.
Brake Switch Signal:
An input signal to the PCM indicating that the brake pedal is being pressed. This
signal is typically used to disengage Cruise Control systems and Torque
Converter Clutch (TCC) solenoids. See also TCC.
CAM:
Camshaft Position Sensor. Sends a frequency signal to the PCM in order to
synchronize fuel injector and spark plug firing.
Catalytic Converter:
Designed to reduce exhaust emissions.
CAN:
Controller Area Network
CARB:
California Air Resources Board. Governing body for emissions control in
California.
CFI:
Central Fuel Injection (a.k.a. Throttle Body Fuel Injection TBI)
CFI:
Continuous Fuel Injection
CKP REF:
Crankshaft Position Reference.
CKP:
Crankshaft Position. See CPS.
CKT:
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Closed Loop (CL):
A feedback system that uses the O2 Sensor(s) to monitor the results of
combustion. Based on the signal(s) from the O2 sensor(s), the PCM modifies
the air/fuel mixture to maintain optimum performance with lowest emissions. In
closed loop mode, the PCM can fine tune control of a system to achieve an exact
result.
CMP:
Camshaft Position Sensor
CO:
Carbon Monoxide; odorless gas produced by incomplete combustion.
Code Scanner:
A device that interfaces with and communicates information via a data link.
Continuous Memory Codes:
See Pending Codes.
CPS:
Crankshaft Position Sensor. Sends a frequency signal to the PCM. It is used to
reference fuel injector operation and synchronize spark plug firing on
distributorless ignition systems (DIS).
CTS:
Coolant Temperature Sensor. A resistance sensor that sends a voltage signal
to the PCM indicating the temperature of the coolant. This signal tells the PCM
whether the engine is cold or warm.
CVRTD:
Continuous Variable Real Time Damping
D/R:
Drive/Reverse
Data Link Connector (DLC):
Connector providing access and/or control of the vehicle information, operating
conditions, and diagnostic information. Vehicles with OBD II use a 16-pin
connector located in the passenger compartment.
Data Stream:
The actual data communications sent from the vehicle’s PCM to the data
connector.
DEPS:
Digital Engine Position Sensor.
Detonation:
See Knock.
DI/DIS:
Direct Ignition/Distributorless Ignition System. A system that produces the
ignition spark without the use of a distributor.
DPFE:
Differential Pressure Feedback – Exhaust Gas Recirculation Sensor
Driving Cycle - A specific sequence of start-up, warm-up and driving tasks that
tests all OBD II functions
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DTC:
Diagnostic Trouble Code. An alphanumeric identifier for a fault condition
identified by the On Board Diagnostic System.
Duty Cycle:
A term applied to signals that switch between on and off. Duty cycle is the
percentage of time the signal is on. For example, if the signal is on only one
fourth of the time, then the duty cycle is 25%. The PCM uses duty cycle type
signals to maintain precise control of an actuator.
EBCM:
Electronic Brake Control Module
EBTCM:
Electronic Brake/Traction Control Module
ECM
Engine Control Module or Electronic Control Module
ECT:
Engine Coolant Temperature sensor. See CTS.
EEPROM or E2PROM
ElectricallyErasableProgrammableReadOnlyMemory
EFE:
Early Fuel Evaporation
EFI:
Electronic Fuel Injection. Any system where a computer controls fuel delivery to
the engine by using fuel injectors.
EGR:
Exhaust Gas Recirculation. The PCM uses the EGR system to recirculate
exhaust gases back into the intake manifold to reduce emissions. EGR is used
only during warm engine cruise conditions.
EMR:
Electronic Module Retard
EOP:
Engine Oil Pressure (Switch)
EOT
Engine Oil Temperature (Sensor)
EPA:
Environmental Protection Agency.
ESC:
Electronic Spark Control. An ignition system function that warns the PCM when
knock is detected. The PCM then retards spark timing to eliminate the knocking
condition.
EST:
Electronic Spark Timing. An ignition system that allows the PCM to control spark
advance timing. The PCM determines optimum spark timing from sensor
information — engine speed, throttle position, coolant temperature, engine load,
vehicle speed, Park/Neutral switch position, and knock sensor condition.
EVAP:
Evaporative Emissions System.
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FC:
Fan Control
Freeze Frame:
A block of memory containing DTCs of the vehicle operating conditions for a
specific time.
FTP:
Federal Test Procedure. Strict test of vehicle’s emissions.
Fuel Trim:
Engine computer function that keeps the air/fuel mixture as close to the ideal
14.7:1 stoichiometric ratio as possible
Ground (GND):
An electrical conductor used as a common return for an electric circuit(s) and
with a relative zero potential (voltage).
Hall Effect Sensor:
Any of a type of sensor utilizing a permanent magnet and a transistorized Hall
Effect switch. Hall Effect type sensors may be used to measure speed and
position of the crankshaft or camshaft — for spark timing and fuel injector
control.
HC:
Hydrocarbons
HEI:
High Energy Ignition
HO2S:
Heated Oxygen Sensor. See O2S.
HVAC:
Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (System)
I/M:
Inspection and Maintenance. An emission control program.
IAC:
Idle Air Control. A device mounted on the throttle body which adjusts the amount
of air bypassing a closed throttle so that the PCM can control idle speed.
IAT:
Intake Air Temperature (Sensor)
ICM:
Ignition Control Module.
IMRC:
Intake Manifold Runner Control
IPC:
Instrument Panel Cluster
ISC:
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controlled by the PCM. The PCM can control idle speed by commanding the ISC
to adjust its position.
ISO:
International Organization of Standardization also know as International
Standards Organization.
ISO 9141:
International Standards Organization OBDII communication mode, used by
Chrysler and most foreign cars. One of three hardware layers defined by OBD II
J1850PWM:
(Pulse Width Modulated) SAE-established OBD II communication standard used
by Ford domestic cars and light trucks. One of three hardware layers defined by
OBD II
J1850VPW:
(Variable Pulse Width Modulated) SAE-established OBD II communication
standard used by GM cars and light trucks. One of three hardware layers defined
by OBD II
J1962 – SAE:
established standard for the connector plug layout used for all OBD II scan tools
J1978 – SAE:
established standard for OBD II scan tools
J1979 – SAE:
established standard for diagnostic test modes
J2012 – SAE:
established standard accepted by EPA as the standard test report language for
emission tests
KAM:
Keep Alive Memory
Knock Sensor (KS):
Used to detect engine detonation or knock. The sensor contains a piezoelectric
element and is threaded into the engine block. Special construction makes the
element sensitive only to engine vibrations associated with detonation.
Knock:
Uncontrolled ignition of the air/fuel mixture in the cylinder. Also referred to as
detonation or ping. Knock indicates extreme cylinder pressures or “hotspots”
which are causing the air/fuel mixture to detonate prematurely.
KOEO:
Key On Engine Off. Turn the ignition key to on, but don’t start engine.
KOER:
Key On Engine Running. Start the vehicle.
LCD:
Liquid Crystal Display
LTFT:
Long Term Fuel Trim
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M/T:
Manual transmission or manual transaxle.
MAF:
Mass Air Flow (sensor). Measures the amount and density of air entering the
engine and sends a frequency or voltage signal to the PCM. The PCM uses this
signal in its fuel delivery calculations.
MAP:
Manifold Absolute Pressure (sensor). Measures intake manifold vacuum or
pressure and sends a frequency or voltage signal (depending on sensor type)
to the PCM. This gives the PCM information on engine load for control of fuel
delivery, spark advance, and EGR flow.
MAT:
Manifold Air Temperature (sensor). A resistance sensor in the intake manifold
that sends a voltage signal to the PCM indicating the temperature of the
incoming air. The PCM uses this signal for fuel delivery calculations.
MIL:
Malfunction Indicator Lamp. The MIL is most commonly known as the Check
Engine or Service Engine Soon light. A required on-board indicator to alert the
driver of an emission-related malfunction.
Misfire:
Caused by the air fuel ratio being incorrect.
Monitor:
A test performed by the on-board computer to verify proper operation of
emission-related systems or components.
MPFI or MFI:
Multi-Port Fuel Injection. MPFI is a fuel injection system using one (or more)
injector(s) for each cylinder. The injectors are mounted in the intake manifold,
and fired in groups rather than individually.
NOx:
Oxides of Nitrogen. The system EGR and Camshafts injects exhaust gases into
the intake manifold to reduce these gases at the tailpipe.
O2S:
Oxygen Sensor. Generates a voltage of 0.6 to 1.1 volts when the exhaust gas
is rich (low oxygen content). The voltage changes to 0.4 volts or less when the
exhaust gas is lean (high oxygen content). This sensor only operates after it
reaches a temperature of approximately 349ºC (660ºF). O2 sensors are usually
found both upstream and downstream of the catalytic converter. The PCM uses
these sensors to fine tune the air-fuel ratio and to monitor the efficiency of the
catalytic converter. See Bank 1, Bank 2, Sensor 1, Sensor 2.
OBD II:
On-Board Diagnostics, Second Generation. OBD II is a U.S.
Government-mandated standard requiring all cars and light trucks to have a
common data connector, connector location, communication protocol, DTCs
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and code definitions. OBD II first appeared on vehicles in late 1994, and is
required to be present on all cars sold in the US after January 1, 1996.
ODM:
Output Device Monitor.
Open Loop (OL):
A control system mode that does not monitor the output to verify if the desired
results were achieved. A fuel delivery system usually operates in open loop
mode during cold engine warm-up because the oxygen sensors are not yet
ready to send a signal. Without the oxygen sensor signal, the computer cannot
check the actual results of combustion.
PCM:
Powertrain Control Module. The brains of the engine and transmission control
systems housed in a metal box with a number of sensors and actuators
connected via a wiring harness. Its job is to control fuel delivery, idle speed,
spark advance timing, and emission systems. The PCM receives information
from sensors, then energizes various actuators to control the engine. The PCM
is also known as the ECM (Engine Control Module).
PCV:
Positive Crankcase Ventilation
Pending Codes:
Also referred to as Continuous Memory codes and Maturing Diagnostic Trouble
Codes. Pending Codes may be set by emission related powertrain components
and systems. If the fault does not occur after a certain number of drive cycles,
the code is erased from memory.
PID:
Parameter Identification. Identifies an address in memory which contains
vehicle operating information.
PNP:
Park/Neutral Position. A switch that tells the PCM when the gear shift lever is
in the Park or Neutral position. When in Park or Neutral, the PCM operates the
engine in an idle mode.
PROM:
Programmable Read-Only Memory. The PROM contains programming
information the PCM needs to operate a specific vehicle model/engine
combination.
Proprietary Readings:
Parameters shown by on-board computers which are not required by OBD II, but
included by manufacturer to assist in trouble-shooting specific vehicles.
PSPS:
Power Steering Pressure Switch
Purge Solenoid:
Controls the flow of fuel vapors from the carbon canister to the intake manifold.
The canister collects vapors evaporating from the fuel tank, preventing them
from escaping to the atmosphere and causing pollution. During warm engine
cruise conditions, the PCM energizes the Purge Solenoid so the trapped vapors
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PTC:
Pending Trouble Code
PWM:
Pulse Width Modulated
PZM:
Platform Zone Module
QDM:
Quad Driver Module
RAM:
Random Access Memory
Relay:
An electromechanical device in which connections in one circuit are switched.
Reluctance Sensor:
A type of sensor typically used to measure crankshaft or camshaft speed and/or
position, driveshaft speed, and wheel speed.
ROM:
Read-Only Memory. Permanent programming information stored inside the
PCM, containing the information the PCM needs to operate a specific vehicle
model/engine combination.
RPM:
Revolutions Per Minute
SAE:
Society of Automotive Engineers.
Scan Tool:
A device that interfaces with and communicates information on a data link.
SDM:
Sensing and Diagnostic Module
Sensor x:
A standard term used to identify the location of oxygen sensors. Sensor 1 is
located upstream of the catalytic converter. See O2S, Bank 1, Bank 2.
Sensor:
Any device that reports information to the PCM. The job of the sensor is to
convert a parameter such as engine temperature into an electrical signal that the
PCM can understand.
SES:
Service Engine Soon dash light, now referred to as MIL
SFI or SEFI:
Sequential Fuel Injection or Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection. A fuel injection
system that uses one or more injectors for each cylinder. The injectors are
mounted in the intake manifold and are fired individually.
Solenoid:
A device consisting of an electrical coil which when energized, produces a
magnetic field in a plunger, which is pulled to a central position. A solenoid may
be used as an actuator in a valve or switch.
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STFT:
Short Term Fuel Trim.
STS:
Service Throttle Soon
TAC:
Throttle Actuator Control
TBI:
Throttle Body Injection. A fuel injection system having one or more injectors
mounted in a centrally located throttle body, as opposed to positioning the
injectors close to an intake valve port. TBI is also called Central Fuel Injection
(CFI) in some vehicles.
TCC:
Torque Converter Clutch
TCM:
Transmission Control Module
TCS:
Traction Control System for PCM and brakes
TDC:
Top Dead Center. When a piston is at its uppermost position in the cylinder.
TFP:
Transmission Fluid Pressure
TFT:
Transmission Fluid Temperature (Sensor)
Throttle Body:
A device which performs the same function as a carburetor in a fuel injection
system. On a throttle body injection (TBI) system, the throttle body is both the
air door and the location of the fuel injectors. On port fuel injection systems (PFI,
MPFI, SFI, etc.), the throttle body is simply an air door. Fuel is not added until
the injectors at each intake port are activated. In each case, the throttle body is
attached to the accelerator pedal.
TPS:
Throttle Position Sensor. Potentiometer-type sensor connected to the throttle
shaft. Its voltage signal output increases as the throttle is opened. The PCM
uses this signal to control many systems such as idle speed, spark advance, fuel
delivery, etc.
Traction Assist:
Assist in traction with brakes only.
Trip:
Vehicle operation for a period of time so the systems can be monitored.
TTS:
Transmission Temperature Sensor. A resistance sensor mounted in the
transmission housing in contact with the transmission fluid. It sends a voltage
signal to the PCM indicating the temperature of the transmission.
VECI:
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Vehicle Emission Control Information. A decal located in the engine
compartment containing information about the emission control systems found
on the vehicle. The VECI is the authoritative source for determining whether a
vehicle is OBD II compliant.
VIN:
Vehicle Identification Number. This is the factory-assigned vehicle serial
number. This number is stamped on a number of locations throughout the
vehicle, but the most prominent location is on top of the dashboard on the
driver’s side, visible from outside the car. The VIN includes information about the
car, including where it was built, body and engine codes, options, and a
sequential build number.
VSS:
Vehicle Speed Sensor. Sends a frequency signal to the PCM. The frequency
increases as the vehicle moves faster to give the PCM vehicle speed
information used to determine shift points, engine load, and cruise control
functions.
VTD:
Vehicle Theft Deterrent
Warm-up Cycle:
Warm-up cycle is when the engine coolant temperature rises at least 40 degrees
above that at engine start up.
WOT:
Wide-Open Throttle. The vehicle operating condition brought about when the
throttle is completely (or nearly) open. The PCM typically delivers extra fuel to
the engine and de-energizes the A/C compressor at this time for acceleration
purposes. The PCM uses a switch or the TPS to identify the WOT condition.
4.3 -Appendix C –SUPPORT MANUFACTORY VEHICLE˄part˅
Note:Specificparameterssupportedaredependenton;yearandmake,engine,
transmission,options,etc.
A
Acura 2.3CL
Acura 2.5TL
Acura 3.0CL
Acura 3.2CL
Acura 3.2TL
Acura 3.5RL
Acura Integra
Acura MDX
Acura NSX
Acura RSX
Acura SLX
Acura TSX
Audi A3
Audi A4
Audi A6
Audi A8
Audi A8L Audi All road
Audi Cabriolet
Audi S4
Audi S6
Audi S8
Audi TT
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BMW 320i
BMW 320iA
BMW 323i
BMW 323Ti
BMW 325Ci
BMW 325i
BMW 330Ci
BMW 330i
BMW 530i
BMW 545i
BMW 745i
BMW 745Li
C
BMW 760Li
BMW M3
BMW X3
BMW X5
BMW Z3
BMW Z4
Buick Allure Buick LaCrosse
Buick LeSabre
Buick Park Avenue
Buick Rainier
Buick Rendezvous 3.6
Buick Terraza
Chevrolet Astro, AWD
Chevrolet Avalanche
Chevrolet Aveo
Chevrolet B7-Chassis
Chevrolet Blazer, 2WD, 4WD
Chevrolet C-Series
Chevrolet C1500, 2WD
Chevrolet C2500 2WD, 08600
Chevrolet C3500, 2WD
Chevrolet Camaro
Chevrolet Cavalier
Chevrolet Cobalt 2.0L, 2.2L
Chevrolet Colorado
Chevrolet Corvette
Chevrolet Equinox
Chevrolet Express, Acces
Chevrolet G2500 Van
Chevrolet Impala
Chevrolet K1500
Chevrolet K2500 O8600
Chevrolet K3500
Chevrolet Lumina
Chevrolet Malibu
Chevrolet MD B7-Chassis
Chevrolet MD C-Series
Chevrolet MD T-Series
Chevrolet MD W4 Series
Chevrolet MD WT5500
Chevrolet Medium Duty
Chevrolet Metro
Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Chevrolet Prizm
Chevrolet S-10 2WD
Chevrolet S10
Chevrolet Silv O8600 GVW
Chevrolet Silv. 2500 HD
Chevrolet Silv. 3500 2WD
Chevrolet Silverado
Chevrolet SSR
Chevrolet Suburban
Chevrolet Tahoe
Chevrolet Tracker
Chevrolet Trailblazer
Chevrolet Uplander
Chevrolet Venture
Chevrolet W4 Series
Chevrolet WT5500
Chrysler 300 Tour. AWD
Chrysler 300 Touring
Chrysler 300M
Chrysler Cirrus
Chrysler Concorde
Chrysler Crossfire
Chrysler Intrepid
Chrysler LHS
Chrysler Neon
Chrysler Pacifica, AWD
Cadillac Catera
Cadillac CTS
Cadillac DeVille
Cadillac DHS
Cadillac DTS
Cadillac Seville
Cadillac STS
Cadillac XLR
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Chrysler Sebring Convertible, Coupe,
Sedan
D
Daewoo
Lanos
Daewoo
Leganza
Daewoo
Nubira
Dodge
Avenger
Dodge
Caravan
Dodge Colt
Dodge Dakota 4X2, 4X4
Dodge Durango 4X2, 4X4
Dodge Grand Caravan
Chrysler Town & Country
Chrysler Voyager
Dodge Intrepid
Dodge Magnum,
AWD Dodge Neon
Dodge Ram 1500 4X2, 4X4
Dodge Ram 2500 4X2, 4X4
Dodge Ram 3500 4X2, 4X4
Dodge Ram SRT-10
Dodge Ram Van 1500, 2500, 3500
Dodge Ram Wagon 1500, 2500, 3500
Dodge Sprinter
Dodge SRT-4
Dodge Stealth
Dodge Stratus, Cuope, Sedan
Dodge Viper
E
Eagle Summit
Eagle Talon
F
Ford Aspire
Ford Club Wagon
Ford Contour
Ford Crown Victoria
Ford E-Super Duty
Ford Econoline, E150, E250
Ford Econoline E350, E450
Ford Escape
Ford Escort
Ford Excursion
Ford Exp Sport Trac
Ford Expedition
Ford Explorer, Sport, Postal
Ford F-150, Heritage, Reg. Cab
Ford F-150 Supr Cab
Ford F-250, Reg. Cab,
Ford F-250 Supr Cab
Ford Five Hundred
Ford Focus
Ford Ford GT
Ford Freestar
Ford Freestyle
Ford Motorhome
Ford Mustang
Ford Ranger
Ford Super Club
Ford Super Van
Ford SuperDuty
Ford Taurus
Ford Thunderbird
Ford Windstar
Ford ZX2
G
Geo Metro
Geo Prizm
Geo Tracker
GM of Canada Firefly
GMC C-Series
GMC C1500
GMC C2500 O8600
GMC C3500
GMC Canyon
GMC Envoy, XL, XUV
GMC Jimmy, 2WD, 4WD
GMC Jimmy 4X2, 4x4
GMC K1500, 4WD
GMC K2500 O8600
GMC K2500 U8600
GMC K3500, 4WD
GMC MD B7-Chassis
GMC MD C-Series
GMC MD T-Series
GMC MD W4 Series
GMC MD WT5500
GMC Medium Duty
GMC P35 Comm
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GMC Suburban U8600
GMC T-Series
GMC W4 Series
GMC WT5500
GMC Yukon, 2WD, 4WD
GMC Yukon Denali
GMC Yukon XL
GMC Yukon XL 2WD
GMC Yukon XL 4WD
GMC Yukon XLDenali
GMC Safari, AWD, RWD
GMC Savana
GMC Sierra
GMC Sierra 2500 HD, 2WD
GMC Sierra 3500 HD, 4WD
GMC Sierra C3 AWD
GMC Sierra Denali
GMC Sierra PHT
GMC Sonoma, 3WD, 4WD
GMC Suburban 2WD, 4WD
GMC Suburban O8600
H
Hummer H2
Honda Accord
Honda Civic
Honda CR-V
Honda Element
Honda Insight
Honda Odyssey
Honda Passport 2WD
Honda Passport 4WD
Honda Pilot
Honda Prelude
Honda S2000
Hyundai Accent
Hyundai Elantra
Hyundai Elantra Wagon
Hyundai Santa Fe
Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Tiburon
Hyundai Tuscon
Hyundai XG300
Hyundai XG350
I
Infiniti Q45t
Infiniti QX4
Infiniti QX56
Infiniti FX35
Infiniti FX45
Infiniti G20
Infiniti G20t
Infiniti G35
Infiniti I30
Infiniti I30t
Infiniti I35
Infiniti M45
Infiniti Q45
Isuzu Amigo
Isuzu Ascender
Isuzu Axiom
Isuzu Hombre
Isuzu Oasis
J
Jeep Cherokee
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Jeep Liberty
Jeep Liberty 4x2, 4X4
Jeep Wrangler
Jaguar S-Type
Jaguar X-Type
Jaguar XJ
Jaguar XK
K
Kia Amanti
Kia Optima
Kia Rio
Kia Rio Cinco
Kia Sedona
Kia Sephia
Kia Sorento
Kia Spectra
Kia Sportage
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Land Rover Discovery
Land Rover Freelander
Land Rover Range Rover 75
Lexus ES 300
Lexus ES 330
Lexus ES300
Lexus GS 300
Lexus GS 430
Lexus GS300
Lexus GS400
Lexus GX 470
Lexus GX 470
Lexus IS 300
Lexus LS 430
Lexus LS400
Lexus LX 470
Lexus LX450
Lexus LX470
Lexus RX 300
Lexus SC 430
Lexus SC300
Lexus SC400
Lincoln Aviator
Lincoln Blackwood
Lincoln Continental
Lincoln LS
Lincoln Navigator
Lincoln Town Car
M
Mazda 626
Mazda B-2300
Mazda B-2500
Mazda B-3000
Mazda B-4000
Mazda Mazda3
Mazda Mazda6
Mazda Miata
Mazda Miata
Mazda Spd
Mazda Miata MX-5
Mazda Millenia
Mazda MPV
Mazda Protege
Mazda Tribute
Mercedes Benz C200 K
Mercedes Benz C200 KT
Mercedes Benz C240 (203)
Mercedes Benz C32 AMG (203)
Mercedes Benz C320 (203)
Mercedes Benz C43 AMG (202)
Mercedes Benz C55 AMG
Mercedes Benz CL200 K
Mercedes Benz CL230 K
Mercedes Benz CL500 (140)
Mercedes Benz CL500 (215)
Mercedes Benz CL55 AMG (215)
Mercedes Benz CL600 (140)
Mercedes Benz CL600 (215)
Mercedes Benz CL600 (215)
Mercedes Benz CLK320 (208)
Mercedes Benz CLK430 (208)
Mercedes Benz CLK500 (208)
Mercedes Benz CLK55AMG (208)
Mercedes Benz E320 (210)
Mercedes Benz E430 (210)
Mercedes Benz E500 (210)
Mercedes Benz E55 AMG (210)
Mercedes Benz G500 (463)
Mercedes Benz G55 AMG (463)
Mercedes Benz ML320 (163)
Mercedes Benz ML350 (163)
Mercedes Benz ML430 (163)
Mercedes Benz ML500 (163)
Mercedes Benz ML55 AMG (163)
Mercedes Benz S430 (220)
Mercedes Benz S500 (220)
Mercedes Benz S500L
Mercedes Benz S55 AMG (220)
Mercedes Benz S600 (220)
Mercedes Benz S600L
Mercedes Benz SL350
Mercedes Benz SL500 (129)
Mercedes Benz SL55 AMG (129)
Mercedes Benz SL600 (129)
Mercedes Benz SLK200K
Mercedes Benz SLK230 (170)
Mercedes Benz SLK320 (170)
Mercedes Benz SLK320 AMG
Mercedes Benz SLK32AMG (170)
Mercedes Benz SLK350
Mercury Cougar
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Mitsubishi 3000GT Spyder
Mitsubishi Diamante
Mitsubishi Eclipse
Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
Mitsubishi Endeavor
Mitsubishi Galant
Mitsubishi Lancer
Mitsubishi Mirage
Mitsubishi Montero
Mitsubishi Montero Sport
Mitsubishi Outlander
Mercury Grand Marquis
Mercury Marauder
Mercury Mariner
Mercury Montego
Mercury Monterey
Mercury Mountaineer
Mercury Mystique
Mercury Sable
Mercury Villager
Mitsubishi 3000GT
N
Nissan 350Z
Nissan Altima
Nissan Frontier
Nissan Maxima
Nissan Murano
Nissan PathfindArmada
Nissan Pathfinder
Nissan Quest
Nissan Sentra
Nissan Titan
Nissan Xterra
O
Oldsmobile Alero
Oldsmobile Aurora
Oldsmobile Bravada
Oldsmobile Cutlass
Oldsmobile Eighty Eight
Oldsmobile Intrigue
Oldsmobile LSS
PP
Pontiac Aztek
Pontiac Bonneville
Pontiac Firebird
Pontiac G6
Pontiac Grand Am
Pontiac Grand Prix
Pontiac GTO
Pontiac Montana
Pontiac Montana SV6
Pontiac Pursuit
Pontiac Sunfire
Pontiac Vibe
Pontiac Vibe 1.8L LV6
Porsche 911
Porsche 911 Carrera
Porsche Boxster
Porsche Cayenne
Plymouth Breeze
Plymouth Colt
Plymouth Grand Voyager
Plymouth Neon
Plymouth Prowler
Plymouth Voyager
S
Saab Saab 9-3
Saab Saab 9-5
Saturn Ion, 2.0L, 2.2L
Saturn LS, LW
Saturn Relay
Saturn SC1, SC2
Saturn SL, SC, SW
Saturn SL1, SL2
Saturn SW1, SW2
Saturn VUE
Scion TC
Scion xA
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Subaru Baja
Subaru Forester
Subaru Impreza
Subaru Legacy
Subaru Outback
Subaru SVX
Suzuki Esteem
Suzuki Forenza
Suzuki Grand Vitara
Suzuki Sidekick
Suzuki Swift
Suzuki Verona
Suzuki Vitara
Suzuki X-90
Suzuki XL-7
Suzuki Aerio
T
Toyota 4-Runner
Toyota Avalon
Toyota Camry
Toyota Camry Solara
Toyota Celica
Toyota Corolla
Toyota Echo
Toyota Highlander
Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota Matrix
Toyota MR2
Toyota MR2 Spyder
Toyota Paseo
Toyota Previa
Toyota Rav4
Toyota Sequoia
Toyota Sienna
Toyota T-100
Toyota Tacoma
Toyota Tercel
Toyota Tundra
V
Volkswagen Beetle
Volkswagen Bora Volkswagen Eurovan L5
Volkswagen Eurovan VR6
Volkswagen Golf A3
Volkswagen Golf A4
Volkswagen GTI
Volkswagen Jetta A3
Volkswagen Jetta A4
Volkswagen Passat
Volkswagen Touareg
Volvo C70
Volvo S40
Volvo S60
Volvo S80
Volvo V40
Volvo V70
Volvo XC70
Volvo XC90
- Supports ISO, VPW and PWM bus systems as well as can bus systems
- U.S. Models - European - Japanese - Asian - German - Korean:
- Suitable for almost all cars after 1996 .
- GM '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- Ford '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- Chrysler '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- Toyota '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- Honda '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- NISSAN '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
-All other - Asian and European '96 - Current Year (OBD-II/EOBD-II)
Note:Ifcommunicationfailed,pleaseconfirmusethe
internationalstandardinSAEorISODiagnosticprotocol.
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4.4-Appendix D –Common OBDII DTC Definitions reference ( part):
P0000NoDiagnosticTroubleCodesFound
P0001FuelVolumeRegulatorControlͲCircuitOpen P0002FuelvolumeRegulatorControlͲCircuitRange/Performance
P0003FuelVolumeRegulatorControlͲCircuitLow
P0004FuelVolumeRegulatorControlͲCircuitHigh P0005FuelShutͲoffValveͲCircuitOpen P0006FuelShutͲoffValveͲCircuitLow
P0007FuelShutͲoffValveͲCircuitHigh P0008EnginePositionSystemPerformanceBank1
P0009EnginePositionSystemPerformanceBank2
P0010“A”CamshaftPositionActuatorCircuit(Bank1) P0011“A”CamshaftPositionͲTimingOverͲAdvancedorSystemPerformance(Bank1) P0012“A”CamshaftPositionͲTimingOverͲRetarded(Bank1) P0013“B”CamshaftPositionͲActuatorCircuit(Bank1) P0014“B”CamshaftPositionͲTimingOverͲAdvancedorSystemPerformance(Bank1) P0015“B”CamshaftPositionͲTimingOverͲRetarded(Bank1) P0020“A”CamshaftPositionActuatorCircuit(Bank2) P0021“A”CamshaftPositionͲTimingOverͲAdvancedorSystemPerformance(Bank2) P0022“A”CamshaftPositionͲTimingOverͲRetarded(Bank2) P0023“B”CamshaftPositionͲActuatorCircuit(Bank2) P0024“B”CamshaftPositionͲTimingOverͲAdvancedorSystemPerformance(Bank2) P0025“B”CamshaftPositionͲTimingOverͲRetarded(Bank2) P0030HO2SHeaterControlCircuit(Bank1Sensor1) P0031HO2SHeaterControlCircuitLow(Bank1Sensor1) P0032HO2SHeaterControlCircuitHigh(Bank1Sensor1) P0033TurboChargerBypassValveControlCircuit P0034TurboChargerBypassValveControlCircuitLow P0035TurboChargerBypassValveControlCircuitHigh P0036HO2SHeaterControlCircuit(Bank1Sensor2) P0037HO2SHeaterControlCircuitLow(Bank1Sensor2) P0038HO2SHeaterControlCircuitHigh(Bank1Sensor2) P0042HO2SHeaterControlCircuit(Bank1Sensor3) P0043HO2SHeaterControlCircuitLow(Bank1Sensor3) P0044HO2SHeaterControlCircuitHigh(Bank1Sensor3) P0050HO2SHeaterControlCircuit(Bank2Sensor1) P0051HO2SHeaterControlCircuitLow(Bank2Sensor1) |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle Ͳ67Ͳ
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P0052HO2SHeaterControlCircuitHigh(Bank2Sensor1) P0056HO2SHeaterControlCircuit(Bank2Sensor2) P0057HO2SHeaterControlCircuitLow(Bank2Sensor2) P0058HO2SHeaterControlCircuitHigh(Bank2Sensor2) P0062HO2SHeaterControlCircuit(Bank2Sensor3) P0063HO2SHeaterControlCircuitLow(Bank2Sensor3) P0064HO2SHeaterControlCircuitHigh(Bank2Sensor3) P0065AirAssistedInjectorControlRange/Performance P0066AirAssistedInjectorControlCircuitorCircuitLow P0067AirAssistedInjectorControlCircuitHigh P0070AmbientAirTemperatureSensorCircuit P0071AmbientAirTemperatureSensorRange/Performance P0072AmbientAirTemperatureSensorCircuitLowInput P0073AmbientAirTemperatureSensorCircuitHighInput P0074AmbientAirTemperatureSensorCircuitIntermittent P0075IntakeValveControlSolenoidCircuit(Bank1) P0076IntakeValveControlSolenoidCircuitLow(Bank1) P0077IntakeValveControlSolenoidCircuitHigh(Bank1) P0078ExhaustValveControlSolenoidCircuit(Bank1) P0079ExhaustValveControlSolenoidCircuitLow(Bank1) P0080ExhaustValveControlSolenoidCircuitHigh(Bank1) P0081IntakevalveControlSolenoidCircuit(Bank2) P0082IntakeValveControlSolenoidCircuitLow(Bank2) P0083IntakeValveControlSolenoidCircuitHigh(Bank2) P0084ExhaustValveControlSolenoidCircuit(Bank2) P0085ExhaustValveControlSolenoidCircuitLow(Bank2) P0086ExhaustValveControlSolenoidCircuitHigh(Bank2)
P0100MassorVolumeAirFlowCircuit P0101MassorVolumeAirFlowCircuitRange/PerformanceProblem P0102MassorVolumeAirFlowCircuitLowInput P0103MassorVolumeAirFlowCircuitHighInput P0104MassorVolumeAirFlowCircuitIntermittent P0105ManifoldAbsolutePressure/BarometricPressureCircuit P0106ManifoldAbsolutePressure/BarometricPressureCircuitRange/Performance
Problem
P0107ManifoldAbsolutePressure/BarometricPressureCircuitLowInput P0108ManifoldAbsolutePressure/BarometricPressureCircuitHighInput P0109ManifoldAbsolutePressure/BarometricPressureCircuitIntermittent P0110IntakeAirTemperatureCircuit P0111IntakeAirTemperatureCircuitRange/PerformanceProblem P0112IntakeAirTemperatureCircuitLowInput P0113IntakeAirTemperatureCircuitHighInput P0114IntakeAirTemperatureCircuitIntermittent P0115EngineCoolantTemperatureCircuit |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle SCANͲDIYCRͲPROUser’sManual
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P0116EngineCoolantTemperatureCircuitRange/PerformanceProblem P0117EngineCoolantTemperatureCircuitLowInput P0118EngineCoolantTemperatureCircuitHighInput P0119EngineCoolantTemperatureCircuitIntermittent P0120Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/SwitchACircuit P0121Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/SwitchACircuitRange/PerformanceProblem P0122Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/SwitchACircuitLowInput P0123Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/SwitchACircuitHighInput P0124Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/SwitchACircuitIntermittent P0125InsufficientCoolantTemperatureforClosedLoopFuelControl P0126InsufficientCoolantTemperatureforStableOperation P0127IntakeAirTemperatureTooHigh P0128CoolantThermostat(CoolantTemperaturebelowThermostatRegulating
Temperature) P0130O2SensorCircuit(Bank1Sensor1) P0131O2SensorCircuitLowVoltage(Bank1Sensor1) P0132O2SensorCircuitHighVoltage(Bank1Sensor1) P0133O2SensorCircuitSlowResponse(Bank1Sensor1) P0134O2SensorCircuitNoActivityDetected(Bank1Sensor1)
P0135O2SensorHeaterCircuit(Bank1Sensor1) P0136O2SensorCircuitMalfunction(Bank1Sensor2) P0137O2SensorCircuitLowVoltage(Bank1Sensor2) P0138O2SensorCircuitHighVoltage(Bank1Sensor2) P0139O2SensorCircuitSlowResponse(Bank1Sensor2) P0140O2SensorCircuitNoActivityDetected(Bank1Sensor2) P0141O2SensorHeaterCircuit(Bank1Sensor2) P0142O2SensorCircuitMalfunction(Bank1Sensor3) P0143O2SensorCircuitLowVoltage(Bank1Sensor3) P0144O2SensorCircuitHighVoltage(Bank1Sensor3) P0145O2SensorCircuitSlowResponse(Bank1Sensor3) P0146O2SensorCircuitNoActivityDetected(Bank1Sensor3) P0147O2SensorHeaterCircuit(Bank1Sensor3) P0148FuelDeliveryError P0149FuelTimingError P0150O2SensorCircuit(Bank2Sensor1) P0151O2SensorCircuitLowVoltage(Bank2Sensor1) P0152O2SensorCircuitHighVoltage(Bank2Sensor1) P0153O2SensorCircuitSlowResponse(Bank2Sensor1) P0154O2SensorCircuitNoActivityDetected(Bank2Sensor1) P0155O2SensorHeaterCircuit(Bank2Sensor1) P0156O2SensorCircuitMalfunction(Bank2Sensor2) P0157O2SensorCircuitLowVoltage(Bank2Sensor2) P0158O2SensorCircuitHighVoltage(Bank2Sensor2) P0159O2SensorCircuitSlowResponse(Bank2Sensor2) |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle Ͳ69Ͳ
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P0160O2SensorCircuitNoActivityDetected(Bank2Sensor2) P0161O2SensorHeaterCircuit(Bank2Sensor2) P0162O2SensorCircuitMalfunction(Bank2Sensor3) P0163O2SensorCircuitLowVoltage(Bank2Sensor3) P0164O2SensorCircuitHighVoltage(Bank2Sensor3) P0165O2SensorCircuitSlowResponse(Bank2Sensor3) P0166O2SensorCircuitNoActivityDetected(Bank2Sensor3) P0167O2SensorHeaterCircuit(Bank2Sensor3) P0168FuelTemperatureTooHigh P0169IncorrectFuelComposition P0170FuelTrim(Bank1) P0171SystemtooLean(Bank1) P0172SystemtooRich(Bank1) P0173FuelTrimMalfunction(Bank2) P0174SystemtooLean(Bank2) P0175SystemtooRich(Bank2) P0176FuelCompositionSensorCircuit P0177FuelCompositionSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0178FuelCompositionSensorCircuitLowInput P0179FuelCompositionSensorCircuitHighInput P0180FuelTemperatureSensorACircuit P0181FuelTemperatureSensorACircuitRange/Performance P0182FuelTemperatureSensorACircuitLowInput P0183FuelTemperatureSensorACircuitHighInput P0184FuelTemperatureSensorACircuitIntermittent P0185FuelTemperatureSensorBCircuit P0186FuelTemperatureSensorBCircuitRange/Performance P0187FuelTemperatureSensorBCircuitLowInput P0188FuelTemperatureSensorBCircuitHighInput P0189FuelTemperatureSensorBCircuitIntermittent P0190FuelRailPressureSensorCircuit P0191FuelRailPressureSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0192FuelRailPressureSensorCircuitLowInput P0193FuelRailPressureSensorCircuitHighInput P0194FuelRailPressureSensorCircuitIntermittent P0195EngineOilTemperatureSensor P0196EngineOilTemperatureSensorRange/Performance P0197EngineOilTemperatureSensorLow P0198EngineOilTemperatureSensorHigh P0199EngineOilTemperatureSensorIntermittent
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P0204InjectorCircuitͲCylinder4 P0205InjectorCircuitͲCylinder5 P0206InjectorCircuitͲCylinder6 P0207InjectorCircuitͲCylinder7 P0208InjectorCircuitͲCylinder8 P0209InjectorCircuitͲCylinder9 P0210InjectorCircuitͲCylinder10 P0211InjectorCircuitͲCylinder11 P0212InjectorCircuitͲCylinder12 P0213ColdStartInjector1 P0214ColdStartInjector2 P0215EngineShutoffSolenoid P0216Injector/InjectionTimingControlCircuit P0217EngineCoolantoverTemperatureCondition P0218TransmissionFluidoverTemperatureCondition P0219EngineoverSpeedCondition P0220Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“B”Circuit P0221Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“B”CircuitRange/PerformanceProblem P0222Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“B”CircuitLowInput P0223Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“B”CircuitHighInput P0224Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“B”CircuitIntermittent P0225Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“C”Circuit P0226Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“C”CircuitRange/PerformanceProblem P0227Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“C”CircuitLowInput P0228Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“C”CircuitHighInput P0229Throttle/PedalPositionSensor/Switch“C”CircuitIntermittent P0230FuelPumpPrimaryCircuit P0231FuelPumpSecondaryCircuitLow P0232FuelPumpSecondaryCircuitHigh P0233FuelPumpSecondaryCircuitIntermittent P0234Turbo/SuperChargerOverboostCondition P0235Turbo/SuperChargerBoostSensor“A”Circuit P0236Turbo/SuperChargerBoostSensor“A”CircuitRange/Performance P0237Turbo/SuperChargerBoostSensor“A”CircuitLow P0238Turbo/SuperChargerBoostSensor“A”CircuitHigh P0239Turbo/SuperChargerBoostSensor“B”Circuit P0240Turbo/SuperChargerBoostSensor“B”CircuitRange/Performance P0241Turbo/SuperChargerBoostSensor“B”CircuitLow P0242Turbo/SuperChargerBoostSensor“B”CircuitHigh P0243Turbo/SuperChargerWastegateSolenoid“A” P0244Turbo/SuperChargerWastegateSolenoid“A”Range/Performance P0245Turbo/SuperChargerWastegateSolenoid“A”Low P0246Turbo/SuperChargerWastegateSolenoid“A”High P0247Turbo/SuperChargerWastegateSolenoid“B” |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle Ͳ71Ͳ
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P0248Turbo/SuperChargerWastegateSolenoid“B”Range/Performance P0249Turbo/SuperChargerWastegateSolenoid“B”Low P0250Turbo/SuperChargerWastegateSolenoid“B”High P0251InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“A”(Cam/rotor/Injector) P0252InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“A”Range/Performance
(Cam/Rotor/Injector) P0253InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“A”Low(Cam/Rotor/Injector) P0254InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“A”High(Cam/Rotor/Injector) P0255InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“A”Intermittent(Cam/Rotor/Injector) P0256InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“B”(Cam/Rotor/Injector) P0257InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“B”Range/Performance P0258InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“B”Low(Cam/Rotor/Injector) P0259InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“B”High(Cam/Rotor/Injector) P0260InjectionPumpFuelMeteringControl“B”Intermittent(Cam/Rotor/Injector) P0261Cylinder1InjectorCircuitLow P0262Cylinder1InjectorCircuitHigh P0263Cylinder1Contribution/Balance P0264Cylinder2InjectorCircuitLow P0265Cylinder2InjectorCircuitHigh P0266Cylinder2Contribution/Balance P0267Cylinder3InjectorCircuitLow P0268Cylinder3InjectorCircuitHigh P0269Cylinder4Contribution/Balance P0270Cylinder4InjectorCircuitLow P0271Cylinder4InjectorCircuitHigh P0272Cylinder4Contribution/Balance P0273Cylinder5InjectorCircuitLow P0274Cylinder5InjectorCircuitHigh P0275Cylinder5Contribution/Balance P0276Cylinder6InjectorCircuitLow P0277Cylinder6InjectorCircuitHigh P0278Cylinder6Contribution/Balance P0279Cylinder7InjectorCircuitLow P0280Cylinder7InjectorCircuitHigh P0281Cylinder7Contribution/Balance P0282Cylinder8InjectorCircuitLow P0283Cylinder8InjectorCircuitHigh P0284Cylinder8Contribution/Balance P0285Cylinder9InjectorCircuitLow P0286Cylinder9InjectorCircuitHigh P0287Cylinder9Contribution/Balance P0288Cylinder10InjectorCircuitLow P0289Cylinder10InjectorCircuitHigh P0290Cylinder10Contribution/Balance |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle SCANͲDIYCRͲPROUser’sManual
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P0291Cylinder11InjectorCircuitLow P0292Cylinder11InjectorCircuitHigh P0293Cylinder11Contribution/Balance P0294Cylinder12InjectorCircuitLow P0295Cylinder12InjectorCircuitHigh P0296Cylinder12Contribution/Balance P0298EngineOilOverTemperature
P0300Random/MultipleCylinderMisfireDetected P0301Cylinder1MisfireDetected P0302Cylinder2MisfireDetected P0303Cylinder3MisfireDetected P0304Cylinder4MisfireDetected P0305Cylinder5MisfireDetected P0306Cylinder6MisfireDetected P0307Cylinder7MisfireDetected P0308Cylinder8MisfireDetected P0309Cylinder9MisfireDetected P0310Cylinder10MisfireDetected P0311Cylinder11MisfireDetected P0312Cylinder12MisfireDetected P0313MisfireDetectedwithLowFuel P0314SingleCylinderMisfire(CylindernotSpecified) P0320Ignition/DistributorEngineSpeedInputCircuit P0321Ignition/DistributorEngineSpeedInputCircuitRange/Performance P0322Ignition/DistributorEngineSpeedInputCircuitNoSignal P0323Ignition/DistributorEngineSpeedInputCircuitIntermittent P0324KnockControlSystemError P0325KnockSensor1Circuit(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0326KnockSensor1CircuitRange/Performance(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0327KnockSensor1CircuitLowInput(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0328KnockSensor1CircuitHighInput(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0329KnockSensor1CircuitInputIntermittent(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0330KnockSensor2Circuit(Bank2) P0331KnockSensor2CircuitRange/Performance(Bank2) P0332KnockSensor2CircuitLowInput(Bank2) P0333KnockSensor2CircuitHighInput(Bank2) P0334KnockSensor2CircuitInputIntermittent(Bank2) P0335CrankshaftPositionSensorACircuit P0336CrankshaftPositionSensorACircuitRange/Performance P0337CrankshaftPositionSensorACircuitLowInput P0338CrankshaftPositionSensorACircuitHighInput P0339CrankshaftPositionSensorACircuitIntermittent P0340CamshaftPositionSensor“A”Circuit(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0341CamshaftPositionSensor“A”CircuitRange/Performance(Bank1orSingle
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Sensor) P0342CamshaftPositionSensor“A”CircuitLowInput(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0343CamshaftPositionSensor“A”CircuitHighInput(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0344CamshaftPositionSensor“A”CircuitIntermittent(Bank1orSingleSensor) P0345CamshaftPositionSensor“A”Circuit(Bank2) P0346CamshaftPositionSensor“A”CircuitRange/Performance(Bank2) P0347CamshaftPositionSensor“A”CircuitLowInput(Bank2) P0348CamshaftPositionSensor“A”CircuitHighInput(Bank2) P0349CamshaftPositionSensor“A”CircuitIntermittent(Bank2) P0350IgnitionCoilPrimary/SecondaryCircuit P0351IgnitionCoil“A”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0352IgnitionCoil“B”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0353IgnitionCoil“C”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0354IgnitionCoil“D”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0355IgnitionCoil“F”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0356IgnitionCoil“F”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0357IgnitionCoil“G”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0358IgnitionCoil“H”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0359IgnitionCoil“I”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0360IgnitionCoil“J”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0361IgnitionCoil“K”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0362IgnitionCoil“L”Primary/SecondaryCircuit P0365CamshaftPositionSensor“B”Circuit(Bank1) P0366CamshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitRange/Performance(Bank1) P0367CamshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitLowInput(Bank1) P0368CamshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitHighInput(Bank1) P0369CamshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitIntermittent(Bank1) P0370TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“A” P0371TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“A”TooManyPulses P0372TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“A”TooFewPulses P0373TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“A”Intermittent/ErraticPulses P0374TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“A”NoPulse P0375TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“B” P0376TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“B”TooManyPulses P0377TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“B”TooFewPulses P0378TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“B”Intermittent/ErraticPulses P0379TimingReferenceHighResolutionSignal“B”NoPulses P0380GlowPlug/HeaterCircuit“A” P0381GlowPlug/HeaterIndicatorCircuit P0382GlowPlug/HeaterCircuit“B” P0385CrankshaftPositionSensor“B”Circuit P0386CrankshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitRange/Performance P0387CrankshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitLowInput P0388CrankshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitHighInput |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle SCANͲDIYCRͲPROUser’sManual
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P0389CrankshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitIntermittent P0390CamshaftPositionSensor“B”Circuit P0391CamshaftPositionSensor“B”circuitRange/Performance(Bank2) P0392CamshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitLowInput(Bank2) P0393CamshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitHighInput(Bank2) P0394CamshaftPositionSensor“B”CircuitIntermittent(Bank2)
P0400ExhaustGasRecirculationFlow P0401ExhaustGasRecirculationFlowInsufficientDetected P0402ExhaustGasRecirculationFlowExcessiveDetected P0403ExhaustGasRecirculationControlCircuit P0404ExhaustGasRecirculationControlCircuitRange/Performance P0405ExhaustGasRecirculationSensor“A”CircuitLow P0406ExhaustGasRecirculationSensor“A”CircuitHigh P0407ExhaustGasRecirculationSensor“B”CircuitLow P0408ExhaustGasRecirculationSensor“B”CircuitHigh P0409ExhaustGasRecirculationSensor“A”Circuit P0410SecondaryAirInjectionSystem P0411SecondaryAirInjectionSystemIncorrectFlowDetected P0412SecondaryAirInjectionSystemSwitchingValve“A”Circuit P0413SecondaryAirInjectionSystemSwitchingValve“A”CircuitOpen P0414SecondaryAirInjectionSystemSwitchingValve“A”CircuitShorted P0415SecondaryAirInjectionSystemSwitchingValve“B”Circuit P0416SecondaryAirInjectionSystemSwitchingValve“B”CircuitOpen P0417SecondaryAirInjectionSystemSwitchingValve“B”CircuitShorted P0418SecondaryAirInjectionSystemRelay“A”Circuit P0419SecondaryAirinjectionSystemRelay“B”Circuit P0420CatalystSystemEfficiencyBelowThreshold(Bank1) P0421WarmUpCatalystEfficiencyBelowThreshold(Bank1) P0422MainCatalystEfficiencyBelowThreshold(Bank1) P0423HeatedCatalystEfficiencyBelowThreshold(Bank1) P0424HeatedCatalystTemperatureBelowThreshold(Bank1) P0425CatalystTemperatureSensor(Bank1) P0426CatalystTemperatureSensorRange/Performance(Bank1) P0427CatalystTemperatureSensorLowInput(Bank1) P0428CatalystTemperatureSensorHighInput(Bank1) P0429CatalystHeaterControlCircuit(Bank1) P0430CatalystSystemEfficiencyBelowThreshold(Bank2) P0431WarmUpCatalystEfficiencyBelowThreshold(Bank2) P0432MainCatalystEfficiencyBelowThreshold(Bank2) P0433HeatedCatalystEfficiencyBelowThreshold(Bank2) P0434HeatedCatalystTemperatureBelowThreshold(Bank2) P0435CatalystTemperatureSensor(Bank2) P0436CatalystTemperatureSensorRange/Performance(Bank2) P0437CatalystTemperatureSensorLowInput(Bank2) |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle Ͳ75Ͳ
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P0438CatalystTemperatureSensorHighInput(Bank2) P0439CatalystHeaterControlCircuit(Bank2) P0440EvaporativeEmissionControlSystem P0441EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemIncorrectPurgeFlow P0442EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemLeakDetected(smallleak) P0443EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemPurgeControlValveCircuit P0444EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemPurgeControlValveCircuitOpen P0445EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemPurgeControlValveCircuitShorted P0446EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemVentControlCircuit P0447EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemVentControlCircuitOpen P0448EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemVentControlCircuitShorted P0449EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemVentValve/SolenoidCircuit P0450EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemPressureSensor P0451EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemPressureSensorRange/Performance P0452EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemPressureSensorLowInput P0453EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemPressureSensorHighinput P0454EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemPressureSensorIntermittent P0455EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemLeakDetected(grossleak) P0456EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemLeakDetected(verysmallleak) P0457EvaporativeEmissionControlSystemLeakDetected(fuelcaploose/off) P0460FuelLevelSensorCircuit P0461FuelLevelSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0462FuelLevelSensorCircuitLowInput P0463FuelLevelSensorCircuitHighInput P0464FuelLevelSensorCircuitIntermittent P0465EVAPPurgeFlowSensorCircuit P0466EVAPPurgeFlowSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0467EVAPPurgeFlowSensorCircuitLowInput P0468EVAPPurgeFlowSensorCircuitHighInput P0469EVAPPurgeFlowSensorCircuitIntermittent P0470ExhaustPressureSensor P0471ExhaustPressureSensorRange/Performance P0472ExhaustPressureSensorLow P0473ExhaustPressureSensorHigh P0474ExhaustPressureSensorIntermittent P0475ExhaustPressureControlValve P0476ExhaustPressureControlValveRange/Performance P0477ExhaustPressureControlValveLow P0478ExhaustPressureControlValveHigh P0479ExhaustPressureControlValveIntermittent P0480CoolingFan1ControlCircuit P0481CoolingFan2ControlCircuit P0482CoolingFan3ControlCircuit P0483CoolingFanRationalityCheck |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle SCANͲDIYCRͲPROUser’sManual
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P0484CoolingFanCircuitOverCurrent P0485CoolingFanPower/GroundCircuit P0486ExhaustGasRecirculationSensor“B”Circuit P0487ExhaustGasRecirculationThrottlePositionControlCircuit P0488ExhaustGasRecirculationThrottlePositionControlRange/Performance P0491SecondaryAirInjectionSystem(Bank1) P0492SecondaryAirInjectionSystem(Bank2)
P0500VehicleSpeedSensor P0501VehicleSpeedSensorRange/Performance P0502VehicleSpeedSensorCircuitLowInput P0503VehicleSpeedSensorIntermittent/Erratic/High P0505IdleControlSystem P0506IdleControlSystemRPMLowerThanExpected P0507IdleControlSystemRPMHigherThanExpected P0508IdleControlSystemCircuitLow P0509IdleControlSystemCircuitHigh P0510ClosedThrottlePositionSwitch P0512StarterRequestCircuit P0513IncorrectIrnmobilizerKey(“ImmobilizerpendingSAEJ1930approval) P0515BatteryTemperatureSensorCircuit P0516BatteryTemperatureSensorCircuitLow P0517BatteryTemperatureSensorCircuitHigh P0520EngineOilPressureSensor/SwitchCircuit P0521EngineOilPressureSensor/SwitchRange/Performance P0522EngineOilPressureSensor/SwitchLowVoltage P0523EngineOilPressureSensor/SwitchHighVoltage P0524EngineOilPressureTooLow P0530A/CRefrigerantPressureSensorCircuit P0531A/CRefrigerantPressureSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0532A/CRefrigerantPressureSensorCircuitLowInput P0533A/CRefrigerantPressureSensorCircuitHighInput P0534AirConditionerRefrigerantChargeLoss P0540IntakeAirHeaterCircuit P0541IntakeAirHeaterCircuitLow P0542IntakeAirHeaterCircuitHigh P0544ExhaustGasTemperatureSensorCircuit(Bank1) P0545ExhaustGasTemperatureSensorCircuitLow(Bank1) P0546ExhaustGasTemperatureSensorCircuitHigh(Bank1) P0547ExhaustGasTemperatureSensorCircuit(Bank2) P0548ExhaustGasTemperatureSensorCircuitLow(Bank2) P0549ExhaustGasTemperatureSensorCircuitHigh(Bank2) P0550PowerSteeringPressureSensorCircuit P0551PowerSteeringPressureSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0552PowerSteeringPressureSensorCircuitLowInput |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle Ͳ77Ͳ
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P0553PowerSteeringPressureSensorCircuitHighInput P0554PowerSteeringPressureSensorCircuitIntermittent P0560SystemVoltage P0561SystemVoltageUnstable P0562SystemVoltageLow P0563SystemVoltageHigh P0564CruiseControlMultiͲFunctionInputSignal P0565CruiseControlOnSignal P0566CruiseControlOffSignal P0567CruiseControlResumeSignal P0568CruiseControlSetSignal P0569CruiseControlCoastSignal P0570CruiseControlAccelerationSignal P0571CruiseControl/BrakeSwitchACircuit P0572CruiseControl/BrakeSwitchACircuitLow P0573CruiseControl/BrakeSwitchACircuitHigh P0574CruiseControlSystemͲVehicleSpeedTooHigh P0575CruiseControlInputCircuit P0576CruiseControlInputCircuitLow P0577CruiseControlinputCircuitHigh P0578ThroughP0580ReservedforCruiseControlCodes
P0600SerialCommunicationLink P0601InternalControlModuleMemoryCheckSumError P0602ControlModuleProgrammingError P0603InternalControlModuleKeepAliveMemory(KAM)Error P0604InternalControlModuleRandomAccessMemory(RAM)Error P0605InternalControlModuleReadOnlyMemory(ROM)Error(ModuleIdentification
DefinedbySAEJ1979) P0606ECM/PCMProcessor P0607ControlModulePerformance P0608ControlModuleVSSOutput“A” P0609ControlModuleVSSOutput“B” P0610ControlModuleVehicleOptionsError P0615StarterRelayCircuit P0616StarterRelayCircuitLow P0617StarterRelayCircuitHigh P0618AlternativeFuelControlModuleKAMError P0619AlternativeFuelControlModuleRAM/ROMError P0620GeneratorControlCircuit P0621GeneratorLamp“L”TerminalControlCircuit P0622GeneratorField“F”TerminalControlCircuit P0623GeneratorLampControlCircuit P0624FuelCapLampControlCircuit P0630VINNotProgrammedorMismatchͲECM/PCM |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle SCANͲDIYCRͲPROUser’sManual
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P0631VINNotProgrammedorMismatchͲTCM P0635PowerSteeringControlCircuit P0836PowerSteeringControlCircuitLow P0637PowerSteeringControlCircuitHigh P0638ThrottleActuatorControlRange/Performance(Bank1) P0639ThrottleActuatorControlRange/Performance(Bank2) P0640IntakeAirHeaterControlCircuit P0645A/CClutchRelayControlCircuit P0646A/CClutchRelayControlCircuitLow P0647A/CClutchRelayControlCircuitHigh P0648ImmobilizerLampControlCircuit(“Immobilizer”pendingSAEJ1930approval) P0649SpeedControlLampControlCircuit P0650MalfunctionIndicatorLamp(ML)ControlCircuit P0654EngineRPMOutputCircuit P0655EngineHotLampOutputControlCircuit P0656FuelLevelOutputCircuit P0660IntakeManifoldTuningValveControlCircuit(Bank1) P0661IntakeManifoldTuningValveControlCircuitLow(Bank1) P0662IntakeManifoldTuningValveControlCircuitHigh(Bank1) P0663IntakeManifoldTuningValveControlCircuit(Bank2) P0664IntakeManifoldTuningValveControlCircuitLow(Bank2) P0665IntakeManifoldTuningValveControlCircuitHigh(Bank2)
P0700TransmissionControlSystem(MILRequest) P0701TransmissionControlSystemRange/Performance P0702TransmissionControlSystemElectrical P0703TorqueConverter/BrakeSwitchBCircuit P0704ClutchSwitchInputCircuitMalfunction P0705TransmissionRangeSensorCircuitMalfunction(PRNDLInput) P0706TransmissionRangeSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0707TransmissionRangeSensorCircuitLowInput P0708TransmissionRangeSensorCircuitHighInput P0709TransmissionRangeSensorCircuitintermittent P0710TransmissionFluidTemperatureSensorCircuit P0711TransmissionFluidTemperatureSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0712TransmissionFluidTemperatureSensorCircuitLowInput P0713TransmissionFluidTemperatureSensorCircuitHighInput P0714TransmissionFluidTemperatureSensorCircuitIntermittent P0715Input/TurbineSpeedSensorCircuit P0716Input/TurbineSpeedSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0717Input/TurbineSpeedSensorCircuitNoSignal P0718Input/TurbineSpeedSensorCircuitIntermittent P0719TorqueConverter/BrakeSwitchBCircuitLow P0720OutputSpeedSensorCircuit P0721OutputSpeedSensorCircuitRange/Performance |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle Ͳ79Ͳ
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P0722OutputSpeedSensorCircuitNoSignal P0723OutputSpeedSensorCircuitIntermittent P0724TorqueConverter/BrakeSwitchBCircuitHigh P0725EngineSpeedInputCircuit P0726EngineSpeedInputCircuitRange/Performance P0727EngineSpeedInputCircuitNoSignal P0728EngineSpeedInputCircuitIntermittent P0730IncorrectGearRatio P0731Gear1IncorrectRatio P0732Gear2IncorrectRatio P0733Gear3IncorrectRatio P0734Gear4IncorrectRatio P0735Gear5IncorrectRatio P0736ReverseIncorrectRatio P0737TCMEngineSpeedOutputCircuit P0738TCMEngineSpeedOutputCircuitLow P0739TCMEngineSpeedOutputCircuitHigh P0740TorqueConverterClutchCircuit P0741TorqueConverterClutchCircuitPerformanceorStuckOff P0742TorqueConverterClutchCircuitStuckOn P0743TorqueConverterClutchCircuitElectrical P0744TorqueConverterClutchCircuitIntermittent P0745PressureControlSolenoid“A” P0746PressureControlSolenoid“A”PerformanceorStuckOff P0747PressureControlSolenoid“A”StuckOn P0748PressureControlSolenoid“A”Electrical P0749PressureControlSolenoid“A”Intermittent P0750ShiftSolenoid“A” P0751ShiftSolenoid“A”PerformanceorStuckOff P0752ShiftSolenoid“A”StuckOn P0753ShiftSolenoid“A”Electrical P0754ShiftSolenoid“A”Intermittent P0755ShiftSolenoid“B” P0756ShiftSolenoid“B”PerformanceorStuckOff P0757ShiftSolenoid“B”StuckOn P0758ShiftSolenoid“B”Electrical P0759ShiftSolenoid“B”Intermittent P0760ShiftSolenoid“C” P0761ShiftSolenoid“C”PerformanceorStuckOff P0762ShiftSolenoid“C”StuckOn P0763ShiftSolenoid“C”Electrical P0764ShiftSolenoid“C”Intermittent P0765ShiftSolenoid“C” P0766ShiftSolenoid“D”PerformanceorStuckOff |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle SCANͲDIYCRͲPROUser’sManual
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P0767ShiftSolenoid“D”StuckOn P0768ShiftSolenoid“D”Electrical P0769ShiftSolenoid“D”Intermittent P0770ShiftSolenoid“E” P0771ShiftSolenoid“E”PerformanceorStuckOff P0772ShiftSolenoid“E”StuckOn P0773ShiftSolenoid“E”Electrical P0774ShiftSolenoid“E”Intermittent P0775PressureControlSolenoid“B” P0776PressureControlSolenoid“B”PerformanceorStuckOff P0777PressureControlSolenoid“B”StuckOn P0778PressureControlSolenoid“B”Electrical P0779PressureControlSolenoid“B”Intermittent P0780Shift P07811Ͳ2Shift P07822Ͳ3Shift P07833Ͳ4Shift P07844Ͳ5Shift P0785Shift/TimingSolenoid P0786Shift/TimingSolenoidRange/Performance P0787Shift/TimingSolenoidLow P0788Shift/TimingSolenoidHigh P0789Shift/TimingSolenoidIntermittent P0790Normal/PerformanceSwitchCircuit P0791IntermediateShaftSpeedSensorCircuit P0792IntermediateShaftSpeedSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0793IntermediateShaftSpeedSensorCircuitNoSignal P0794IntermediateShaftSpeedSensorCircuitIntermittent P0795PressureControlSolenoid“C” P0796PressureControlSolenoid“C”PerformanceorStuckoff P0797PressureControlSolenoid“C”StuckOn P0798PressureControlSolenoid“C”Electrical P0799PressureControlSolenoid“C”Intermittent
P0801ReverseInhibitControlCircuit P08031Ͳ4Upshift(SkipShift)SolenoidControlCircuit P08041Ͳ4Upshift(SkipShift)LampControlCircuit P0805ClutchPositionSensorCircuit P0806ClutchPositionSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0807ClutchPositionSensorCircuitLow P0808ClutchPositionSensorCircuitHigh P0809ClutchPositionSensorCircuitIntermittent P0810ClutchPositionControlError P0811ExcessiveClutchSlippage P0812ReverseInputCircuit |SCANͲDIYCRͲProWorkOnOBDͲII/EOBDͲII/CANBUSProtocolVehicle Ͳ81Ͳ
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P0813ReverseOutputCircuit P0814TransmissionRangeDisplayCircuit P0815UpshiftSwitchCircuit P0816DownshiftSwitchCircuit P0817StarterDisableCircuit P0818DrivelineDisconnectSwitchInputCircuit P0820GearLeverXͲYPositionSensorCircuit P0821GearLeverXPositionCircuit P0822GearLeverYPositionCircuit P0823GearLeverXPositionCircuitIntermittent P0824GearLeverYPositionCircuitIntermittent P0825GearLeverPushͲPullSwitch(ShiftAnticipate) P0830ClutchPedalSwitch“A”Circuit P0831ClutchPedalSwitch“A”CircuitLow P0832ClutchPedalSwitch“A”CircuitHigh P0833ClutchPedalSwitch“B”Circuit P0834ClutchPedalSwitch“B”CircuitLow P0835ClutchPedalSwitch“B”CircuitHigh P0836FourWheelDrive(4WD)SwitchCircuit P0837FourWheelDrive(4WD)SwitchCircuitRange/Performance P0838FourWheelDrive(4WD)SwitchCircuitLow P0839FourWheelDrive(4WD)SwitchCircuitHigh P0840TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“A”Circuit P0841TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“A”CircuitRange/Performance P0842TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“A”CircuitLow P0843TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“A”CircuitHigh P0844TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“A”CircuitIntermittent P0845TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“B”Circuit P0846TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“B”CircuitRange/Performance P0847TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“B”CircuitLow P0848TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“B”CircuitHigh P0849TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/Switch“B”CircuitIntermittent
P0850Park/NeutralPositionSwitchInputCircuit
P0851Park/NeutralPositionSwitchInputCircuitLow
P0852Park/NeutralPositionSwitchInputCircuitHigh P0853DriveSwitchInputCircuit
P0854DriveSwitchInputCircuitLow P0855DriveSwitchInputCircuitHigh P0856TractionControlInputSignal
P0857TractionControlInputSignalRange/Performance P0858TractionControlInputSignalLow
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P0862GearShiftModuleCommunicationCircuitHigh P0863(TCM)TransmissionControlModuleCommunicationCircuit
P0864(TCM)TransmissionControlModuleCommunicationCircuitRange/Performance
P0865(TCM)TransmissionControlModuleCommunicationCircuitLow
P0866(TCM)TransmissionControlModuleCommunicationCircuitHigh
P0867TransmissionFluidPressure P0868TransmissionFluidPressureLow P0869TransmissionFluidPressureHigh
P0870TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchCCircuit
P0871TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchCCircuitRange/Performance
P0872TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchCCircuitLow
P0873TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchCCircuitHigh
P0874TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchCCircuitIntermittent P0875TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchDCircuit
P0876TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchDCircuitRange/Performance
P0877TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchDCircuitLow
P0878TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchDCircuitHigh
P0879TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchDCircuitIntermittent P0880TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerInputSignal P0881TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerInputSignalRange/Performance
P0882TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerInputSignalLow P0883TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerInputSignalHigh
P0884TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerInputSignalIntermittent
P0885TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerRelayControlCircuit/Open P0886TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerRelayControlCircuitLow
P0887TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerRelayControlCircuitHigh P0888TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerRelaySenseCircuit P0889TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerRelaySenseCircuitRange/Performance P0890TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerRelaySenseCircuitLow P0891TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerRelaySenseCircuitHigh P0892TCMTransmissionControlModulePowerRelaySenseCircuitIntermittent P0893MultipleGearsEngaged
P0894TransmissionComponentSlipping P0895ShiftTimeTooShort
P0896ShiftTimeTooLong
P0897TransmissionFluidDeteriorated P0898TransmissionControlSystemMILRequestCircuitLow
P0899TransmissionControlSystemMILRequestCircuitHigh
P0900ClutchActuatorCircuit/Open
P0901ClutchActuatorCircuitRange/Performance
P0902ClutchActuatorCircuitLow P0903ClutchActuatorCircuitHigh
P0904TransmissionGateSelectPositionCircuit
P0905TransmissionGateSelectPositionCircuitRange/Performance
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P0906TransmissionGateSelectPositionCircuitLow
P0907TransmissionGateSelectPositionCircuitHigh
P0908TransmissionGateSelectPositionCircuitIntermittent P0909TransmissionGateSelectControlError P0910TransmissionGateSelectActuatorCircuit/Open
P0911TransmissionGateSelectActuatorCircuitRange/Performance
P0912TransmissionGateSelectActuatorCircuitLow
P0913TransmissionGateSelectActuatorCircuitHigh
P0914GearShiftPositionCircuit P0915GearShiftPositionCircuitRange/Performance
P0916GearShiftPositionCircuitLow P0917GearShiftPositionCircuitHigh
P0918GearShiftPositionCircuitIntermittent
P0919GearShiftPositionControlError
P0920GearShiftForwardActuatorCircuit/Open
P0921GearShiftForwardActuatorCircuitRange/Performance P0922GearShiftForwardActuatorCircuitLow P0923GearShiftForwardActuatorCircuitHigh
P0924GearShiftReverseActuatorCircuit/Open
P0925GearShiftReverseActuatorCircuitRange/Performance P0926GearShiftReverseActuatorCircuitLow P0927GearShiftReverseActuatorCircuitHigh
P0928GearShiftLockSolenoidControlCircuit/Open
P0929GearShiftLockSolenoidControlCircuitRange/Performance P0930GearShiftLockSolenoidControlCircuitLow P0931GearShiftLockSolenoidControlCircuitHigh
P0932HydraulicPressureSensorCircuit
P0933HydraulicPressureSensorCircuitRange/Performance
P0934HydraulicPressureSensorCircuitLow
P0935HydraulicPressureSensorCircuitHigh P0936HydraulicPressureSensorCircuitIntermittent
P0937HydraulicOilTemperatureSensorCircuit
P0938HydraulicOilTemperatureSensorCircuitRange/Performance P0939HydraulicOilTemperatureSensorCircuitLow P0940HydraulicOilTemperatureSensorCircuitHigh
P0941HydraulicOilTemperatureSensorCircuitIntermittent P0942HydraulicPressureUnit
P0943HydraulicPressureUnitCyclingPeriodTooShort P0944HydraulicPressureUnitLossofPressure
P0945HydraulicPumpRelayCircuit/Open
P0946HydraulicPumpRelayCircuitRange/Performance
P0947HydraulicPumpRelayCircuitLow
P0948HydraulicPumpRelayCircuitHigh
P0949ASMAutoShiftManualAdaptiveLearningNotComplete
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P0950ASMAutoShiftManualControlCircuit
P0951ASMAutoShiftManualControlCircuitRange/Performance
P0952ASMAutoShiftManualControlCircuitLow
P0953ASMAutoShiftManualControlCircuitHigh
P0954ASMAutoShiftManualControlCircuitIntermittent P0955ASMAutoShiftManualModeCircuit P0956ASMAutoShiftManualModeCircuitRange/Performance
P0957ASMAutoShiftManualModeCircuitLow P0958ASMAutoShiftManualModeCircuitHigh P0959ASMAutoShiftManualModeCircuitIntermittent P0960PressureControlSolenoidAControlCircuit/Open P0961PressureControlSolenoidAControlCircuitRange/Performance P0962PressureControlSolenoidAControlCircuitLow P0963PressureControlSolenoidAControlCircuitHigh P0964PressureControlSolenoidBControlCircuit/Open P0965PressureControlSolenoidBControlCircuitRange/Performance P0966PressureControlSolenoidBControlCircuitLow P0967PressureControlSolenoidBControlCircuitHigh P0968PressureControlSolenoidCControlCircuit/Open P0969PressureControlSolenoidCControlCircuitRange/Performance P0970PressureControlSolenoidCControlCircuitLow P0971PressureControlSolenoidCControlCircuitHigh P0972ShiftSolenoidAControlCircuitRange/Performance P0973ShiftSolenoidAControlCircuitLow
P0974ShiftSolenoidAControlCircuitHigh
P0975ShiftSolenoidBControlCircuitRange/Performance P0976ShiftSolenoidBControlCircuitLow
P0977ShiftSolenoidBControlCircuitHigh
P0978ShiftSolenoidCControlCircuitRange/Performance P0979ShiftSolenoidCControlCircuitLow
P0980ShiftSolenoidCControlCircuitHigh
P0981ShiftSolenoidDControlCircuitRange/Performance P0982ShiftSolenoidDControlCircuitLow
P0983ShiftSolenoidDControlCircuitHigh
P0984ShiftSolenoidEControlCircuitRange/Performance P0985ShiftSolenoidEControlCircuitLow
P0986ShiftSolenoidEControlCircuitHigh
P0987TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchECircuit
P0988TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchECircuitRange/Performance
P0989TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchECircuitLow
P0990TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchECircuitHigh
P0991TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchECircuitIntermittent P0992TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchFCircuit
P0993TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchFCircuitRange/Performance
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P0994TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchFCircuitLow
P0995TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchFCircuitHigh
P0996TransmissionFluidPressureSensor/SwitchFCircuitIntermittent P0997ShiftSolenoidFControlCircuitRange/Performance P0998ShiftSolenoidFControlCircuitLow
P0999ShiftSolenoidFControlCircuitHigh
4.5-Appendix E –What is EOBD,EOBD2 and OBD-II
What is EOBD?
EOBD is an abbreviation of European On-Board Diagnostics.
All petrol cars sold within Europe since 1 Jan 2001, and diesel cars manufactured
from 2003, must have on-board diagnostic systems to monitor engine emissions.
These systems were introduced in line with European Directive 98/69/EC to
monitor and reduce emissions from cars.
All such cars must also have a standard EOBD diagnostic socket that provides
access to this system (as shown below).
For information on the pins used within the port˖
The EOBD / ODBII 16-pin diagnostic connector (DLC)
Where is the connector?
The EOBD connector is required by the Directive to be located within the
passenger compartment of the car, within reach of the driver's seat. Tools
should not be required to reveal the connector, but it may have a
removeable cover over it.
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What does the connector look like?
The connector has the following shape:
Which pins contacts should be present on the connector?
Different pins on the connector are used by different manufacturers. There
are 5 pinout combinations within the standard, each of which uses a
specific communications protocol. These are listed below:
Protocol
J1850 VPW
ISO 9141-2
J1850 PWM
KWP2000
(ISO 14230)
CAN (Controller
Area Network)
Connector pins used
2, 4, 5, and 16, but not 10
4, 5, 7, 15 (see below) and 16
2, 4, 5, 10 and 16
4, 5, 7, 15 (see below) and 16
4, 5, 6, 14 and 16
Note: For ISO/KWP2000 communications, pin 15 (L-line) is not always
required. Pin 15 was used on earlier ISO/KWP2000 cars to "wake-up" the
ECU before communication could begin on pin 7 (K-Line). Later cars tend
to communicate using only pin 7 (K-Line).
Rover and MG cars: We have noticed that many Rover and MG models
do not have pin 5 (Signal Ground). This can prevent some diagnostic tools
from 'powering up' where they use pin 5 as the ground for the circuitry.
What are each of the pins used for?
The pins are used as follows:
Pin
2
4
5
Use
J1850 Bus+
Chassis Ground
Signal Ground
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7
10
14
15
16
CAN High (J-2284)
ISO 9141-2 K Line and ISO/DIS
14230-4
J1850 Bus
CAN Low (J-2284)
ISO 9141-2 L Line and ISO/DIS
14230-4
Battery power
Additional pins may be wired on your car - these may be used by
manufacturers for other purposes.
Which protocol is used by each manufacturer?
As a rough guide, the protocols are generally found on cars from the
following manufacturers:
Protocol
J1850 VPW
J1850 PWM
ISO / KWP
CAN
Manufacturers
General Motors, Chrysler…
Ford models to 2003 with
EEC-V engine management
system, this includes:
Ford Cougar (all UK models),
Ford Puma (1.6 and 1.7), Ford
Fiesta Zetec models to 2003,
Ford Mondeo Zetec models to
2003, Ford Focus to 2003
(and some of the newer
Ford-based Jaguars, e.g.
S-Type)…
Most European and Asian
manufacturers, e.g.
Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW,
Citroen, Fiat, Honda, Hyundai,
Jaguar (X300, XK series and
X-Type), Jeep, Kia, Land
Rover, Mazda, Mercedes,
Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot,
Renault, Saab, Skoda, Subaru,
Toyota, Vauxhall, Volkswagen
(VW), Volvo …
Ford 2004+ Fiesta, Fusion,
Mondeo, Focus models
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Mazda RX-8...
Vauxhall Vectra 2003+ model
Most new models from approx.
2004 - CAN must be used for
EOBD engine diagnostics by
all manufacturers by 2008…
.
Only the latest scan tools and code readers can be relied upon to read the
diagnostic information through the EOBD socket.
'Check Engine' light
The 'Check Engine' warning light on the dashboard is often the first an owner
knows about a problem with their car.
This provides very little information to the owner, or to the garage asked to
investigate the problem.
Problem diagnosis
With the modern tools, skilled technicians should be able to diagnose and solve
many of the problems, which prior to this, required the sophisticated console tools
of main dealers.
New technology
The introduction of European on-board diagnostics standards has opened up new
opportunities for car garages and owners.
A range of low-cost tools are now available to read and clear error codes, to view
live/stored readings from sensors within the car, and to switch off the 'Check
Engine' light.
What information is available?
EOBD systems monitor and store information from sensors throughout the car,
e.g. air flow sensors and oxygen sensors.
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Sensor values outside an acceptable range trigger a Diagnostic Trouble Code
(DTC). The Scan tools can help you read and interpret these codes, and view the
live sensor output.
EOBD or OBD II?
On-Board Diagnostics, or OBD, was the name given to the early emission control
and engine-management systems introduced in cars. There is no single OBD
standard - each manufacturer often using quite different systems (even between
individual car models).
OBD systems have been developed and enhanced, in line with United States
government requirements, into the current OBD II standard.
The OBD II Federal requirements apply to cars sold in the United States from
1996.
EOBD is the European equivalent of the American OBD II standard, which applies
to petrol cars sold in Europe from 2001 (and diesel cars 3 years later).
Why do OBDII and EOBD tools not work on all cars from 1996 in the
UK and Europe?
Some of our most frequently asked questions on our OBDII and EOBD
tools are:
"I have seen these/similar products advertised as working on all 1996
and newer cars - why don't yours?"
"I've just bought an OBDII/EOBD tool from someone else that was
advertised as working with all 1996 and newer cars.
Why doesn't it work on my [1999 Vauxhall Vectra]?"
Here is the answer...
In 1996 in the United States, a Federal Law came into force requiring all
US-sold cars to be OBDII compliant. Most OBDII tools are therefore
advertised as working with all cars from 1996.
The OBDII Federal Law applied only to cars sold in the US.
In the UK and the rest of Europe, our equivalent law (European On-Board
Diagnostics, or EOBD) did not come into force, and more importantly, was
not fully implemented by our car manufacturers, until 2001 for petrol cars
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(2003/4 for diesels).
Where an OBDII tool is sold in the UK/Europe claiming to work on all cars
from 1996, this is highly unlikely to be the case.
Even where a seemingly identical car may have been sold in Europe and
the US before 2001, from our own testing and research, it is rarely the
case that the European model will be OBDII/EOBD compliant.
The fact that we sell these tools as only working with 2001 and newer
petrols (and similarly 2003/4 diesels) is due to the fact that we are being
honest in the coverage, rather than simply duplicating the sales
information from the US.
So do these tools work with any UK/European cars before 2001?
Yes they do, but certainly not across the board, and very rarely back as
far as 1996. A few manufacturers that we know have some OBDII/EOBD
support (on petrol models) before 2001 are listed below:
Ford (most petrol cars using the EEC-V engine management system)
Jaguar (most models from the beginning of the X300 series)
Volvo (some models)
A few examples of manufacturers that we have had very little success
connecting OBDII/EOBD tools on pre-2001 models are:
Vauxhall
Peugeot
Citroen
Fiat
Please be aware that we do not try to sell these tools as something they
are not.
What is EOBD2?
EOBD2 is not a new version of EOBD.
Where EOBD stands for 'European On-Board Diagnostics', EOBD2 actually
stands for 'Enhanced On-Board Diagnostics, Second Generation'.
EOBD2 tends to refer to manufacturer-specific features available on some
OBDII/EOBD tools to access additional parameters/information from a car, over
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and above the normal parameters and information available within the
EOBD/OBDII standard.
EOBD2 features are normally highly manufacturer-specific, and will usually only
be available for a certain car manufacturer, e.g. Ford.
There are, as such, no 'EOBD2 cars', i.e. cars that require an EOBD2 tool to
access their diagnostics information. EOBD2 functionality might however allow
more information to be extracted from an EOBD/OBDII compliant car.
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