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    Centrafuse & Subarus SSM Protocol

    Has anybody develop a plugin to read the SSM Protocol so that Centrafuse can read the sensors from the ECU yet????

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    What is SSM?

    I thought subarus used ISO?
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    From what i have been reading Subarus use the Subaru Select Monitor I (SSMI) to properly read the ECU. The +01 WRX are compatible with OBD2, but read better with the SSMI. The guy who who has developed the EVOSCAN software has writen software to read the protocol, but i wanna know is there a plugin for centrafuse to read it at all???

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    Quote Originally Posted by breast69au View Post
    From what i have been reading Subarus use the Subaru Select Monitor I (SSMI) to properly read the ECU. The +01 WRX are compatible with OBD2, but read better with the SSMI. The guy who who has developed the EVOSCAN software has writen software to read the protocol, but i wanna know is there a plugin for centrafuse to read it at all???
    OK ... I see what you found ...

    The Subaru Select Monitor I is the diagnostic interface tool used to perform OEM diagnostics on Subarus. It's not the only communication language that Subarus use.

    Try the ElmScan products that are listed on Centrafuse's forums. They should communicate with your ECU to get the basic emissions information just fine.
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    I have a aus spec my98 WRX(USA calls them something else), and the Elm Products dont work on that model car, the OBD2 was introduced into the Bugeye WRX's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breast69au View Post
    I have a aus spec my98 WRX(USA calls them something else), and the Elm Products dont work on that model car, the OBD2 was introduced into the Bugeye WRX's.
    Ah ... so you don't have USA OBD2, you have EOBD2 (Euro)

    That's a tough one ... I don't know much about EOBD2 vehicles or interfaces. Sorry ...
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    Have you guys seen this?
    http://www.codeplex.com/ssm

    I'm running it in my car, see the 2nd pic here:
    http://www.legacygt.com/forums/showp...51&postcount=2

    There's a screenshot in this thread from someone who has it embedded:
    Subaru SSM - Working!...almost

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