Looking for ODB-I hardware.
Need this to connect computer and car together.
Also need information about software.
my car is VW Caravelle / VAN / Vanagon og transporter 1992 mod.
It's a diesel engine.
Can somebody help me, need this to use on Road Runner og other frontend.
Is there anywhere i can find some cable / hardware to connect my car to a computer... USB or Serial port.
I also think this is called Eurovan... but there is no ODB-II on this car.
Only ODB-I (ODB-1)
There must be someone that know if there is any hardware for this.
No ODB-1 on that site.
Cannot find anyway.
hope there is some other that know...
If you are still looking for an OBD I connector, I have one that connects to a computer via USB connector. I purchased it for a car, but the car ended up having an OBD II connector.
Contact me and let me know if you still need one.
OBD 1 vehicles that don't have a data stream require whats called a "break-out-box" in order to get raw data traveling between the vehicle's sensors and the car's ECU/ECM. Breakout boxes are basicly vehicle specific test junctions that a tech would screw between the vehicle harnes and the ECU and give you easy access test points for the vehicles ECM (Have done it many times and I don't miss it at all). Basiclly you use it to get meter or ocilloscope readings at the ECU/ECM without backprobing. Break-out-boxes are expensive as the dickens, and are super bulky. I never seen one intergrated with a pc but maybe someday. OBD-2 onboard systems helped reduce the need for the dreaded break-out-box by leaps and bounds. But when it comes to an old OBD-1 car that don't have data streams, I don't know what else to tell you with this one . I'm not saying it can't be done with todays technology though. It just might not be easy.
Try Vag-Com for all VW or Audi.
It works for my 1991 Audi S2.
You probably need an X2 adaptator to connecte your car to vag-com (as me)