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Thread: How to read fuel level remaining in Smart Roadster?

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    How to read fuel level remaining in Smart Roadster?

    The smart roadster does not appear to return the fuel remaining in the usual way (with 012F) was wondering if anyone knew any non-standard pid's to get this? - must be possible as the onboard computer tells me this.

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    Kris

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    Hello,
    I have a 2003 Ford Fusion and it doesn't support fuel level pid neither. I'm also looking for a way of getting this info from the ECU if there is one!
    Meanwhile, I have to calculate myself the remaining fuel level, starting from instant fuel consumption that I cumulate repeatedly every short period in order to know how much fuel was burned, and thus how much is left... And of course I have to reset the gauge manually each time I fill up my tank... Moreover, the formula I'm using to get the instant consumption is not accurate at all, so that my fuel gauge is not reliable for now.
    I really hope someone has ideas to submit about that!

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