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    New Centrafuse Update, manual install with Debug OBDII version for testing

    This is a manual CF update. It includes most all the fixes that will be coming in 1.12

    You simply need to close Centrafuse and extract the files in the ZIP file below to the Centrafuse install directory.

    This will only work if you are running Centrafuse 1.11!!

    http://www.fluxmedia.net/downloads/CFUpdate_Pre112.zip

    This also includes the debug OBDII version.

    OBDII has the MIL light fixed as well as the reading of the trouble codes.

    OBDII also properly reconnects when it resumes from hibernation/standby from any screen.

    I also made OBDII only read one sensor, the speed...

    If this solves the connection issues then I know it has something to do with the code for get available PID's from the car...

    After this I will continue to post just the obdii.dll file until we get it working...

    Let me know the results...

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    Hi,

    I was one of the people with some OBDII issues, but I can't test this version right now...
    broke my car... will hopefulle buy another one within a week or 2...
    then I will test it and let you know some results...
    really appreciate you're trying to fix OBD for some people...

    but for all the people who had this issue: what car are you driving?
    I drive an Opel astra (Vauxhall)

    Greetz

    Dj NRG

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    ok tried out this update uhhh much much better i am getting results instantly wish the results woudl update alittle faster but i tried seting from 9600 higher but i guess my device dosnt except it not really shure. so if ayhting yea now we knwo what is wrong so cupple of things i wouldnt mind seeing

    1.having an option to not see vertain items for instance if i didnt want it to show me fuel trim i could click that and it woudl disbale updating that item.

    2.that and maybe if it is posible to have a gauge or gauges to as an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nadforever View Post
    ok tried out this update uhhh much much better i am getting results instantly wish the results woudl update alittle faster but i tried seting from 9600 higher but i guess my device dosnt except it not really shure. so if ayhting yea now we knwo what is wrong so cupple of things i wouldnt mind seeing

    1.having an option to not see vertain items for instance if i didnt want it to show me fuel trim i could click that and it woudl disbale updating that item.

    2.that and maybe if it is posible to have a gauge or gauges to as an option.
    I plan to add both your requests, the first one working on now...

    So in this debug version the only sensor I query for is Speed, 1 sensor... so it should be updating pretty fast...

    Everything else should be N/A...

    Did you use to have the disconnect issue? If so then that lets me know there is a problem with my supported PID code...

    I will work to post a new obdii.dll here shortly for testing...

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    never had a problem with it disconnecting on its own once it conected it stayed. jstu had a problem with geting numbers to pop up. and update. yes now that it only shows speed i figured it would be preatty fast with jstu one with one of my other obdII programs if i only have one thing it updates fast more then that it gets slower and slower. anywayz
    another question is there an option to get like a DTE (distance till empty) or maybe a few mre things that the everyday person woudl be able to use, cause to be honest thigns liek fuel trim i have no idea what that is sapposed to do for me LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nadforever View Post
    never had a problem with it disconnecting on its own once it conected it stayed. jstu had a problem with geting numbers to pop up. and update. yes now that it only shows speed i figured it would be preatty fast with jstu one with one of my other obdII programs if i only have one thing it updates fast more then that it gets slower and slower. anywayz
    another question is there an option to get like a DTE (distance till empty) or maybe a few mre things that the everyday person woudl be able to use, cause to be honest thigns liek fuel trim i have no idea what that is sapposed to do for me LOL.
    We plan to look into more sensors, but the current ones we chose were the ones more likely to work in most cars... we took the whole list and compared it against what most supported car PID's and came up with that list...

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    use another odb program if you don't like CF's, as long as your on an OBDII car there's plenty to chose from...

    ...google OBDII & PC or something similar to that to find more

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawJohn View Post
    use another odb program if you don't like CF's, as long as your on an OBDII car there's plenty to chose from...

    ...google OBDII & PC or something similar to that to find more
    the point of this thread is to test the CF OBDII to get feedback so I can fix the connection issues...

    people can use any other program they want, but keep this thread on topic...

    it's to test the debug obdii version I posted...

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    I'll be able to test it tomorrow night David. I have it on my thumb drive and will drop it into the truck on the way back from the body shop.
    :: Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by midiwall View Post
    I'll be able to test it tomorrow night David. I have it on my thumb drive and will drop it into the truck on the way back from the body shop.
    Thanks, look forward to seeing if it stays connected now...

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