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    Lightbulb aust users: silicon chip december

    The 2003 December edition of Silicon Chip Australia seems to have an article about OBD2 interfaces, and as a result you can buy OBD2 headers from Jaycar for about A$30 now.

    http://www.siliconchip.com.au/cms/A_30854/article.html

    I might buy a copy tomorrow and try scan it if it's useful.

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    I was working on it yesterday but i had to stop as my Maxim's missing parts for Sproggy MK3 psu has just arrived. I read that not all cars in AU has a compatible OBD2 even if the plug is present. Keep us posted...
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    bleh, article doesn't seem to have any content in it at all.. just says you can buy OBD2 headers from Jaycar, that not all australian cars have them, and it has the OBD2 pinout for a hyundai accent..

    oh well, so much for that ^^

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