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    OBD-II and Visual Basic

    Hi guys,
    I would like to implement ODB-II interface to my carpc. I have seen many interfaces that runs on proprietary softwares without source codes.

    Do you know if there's an interface with VB OCX support?

    I have found a software on OBD2crazy.com for ELM 32x interfaces which provide an OCX. Is there anyone who tested this?

    Thank you for the support
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    Yeah that would be VERY nice to have, I could program all kinds of wonderful OBD related with that.

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    this thread has been done

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoraXP
    this thread has been done
    Provide a link or something man, don't just **** on the guys parade and leave

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    BoraXP you're wrong. I made a search here before posting and didn't find anything interesting.
    I hope there's someone who's willing to test ODB2crazy.com software with ELM323 chip
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    Dan Harrison's OBDScan is expensive but there is VB code for here
    VB Code for Dan Harrison's OBDScan

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    Dear Admin,
    thank you for your reply but since I would use ODB-II to show up gauges on the CarPC and nothing else, Dan Harrison's one is too expensive.
    -NicGalla-
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicgalla
    BoraXP you're wrong. I made a search here before posting and didn't find anything interesting.
    I hope there's someone who's willing to test ODB2crazy.com software with ELM323 chip

    www.odb2crazy.com doesnt seem to work

    is it a typo or a down site
    ?

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    www.obd2crazy.com

    unless the Ol' Dirty B*stard is getting into carputing, anyway :P
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    Hi!!!!



    I need your help please!!!!

    I am writing code in Visual Basic in order to communicate to the ECU with ELM interface. I donít know very well how to write and read the commands I have to send/receive to talk to the ECU.

    Could you help me please?

    Iíll appreciate your help!!!

    Regards



    Esteban


    email:esteban.trinidad@tigo.net.py

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