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    Variable Bitrate stimps's Avatar
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    biult home made obd reader

    Well I ordered a ELM320 chip and biult my own interface and it worked, and now im trying to find software (running XP) that will send some obd data to display it on the LCD (parrallel hd44780)
    So far I have not found anything.
    I know about lcdproc, but thats linux and i have not a clue about linux

    anyone overcome this hurdle yet? or is it true that no windows for this purpose actually exists yet?

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    take a look at http://www.markuszehnder.ch/projects/lcdplugin/. Its a open source LCD plugin for winamp.

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    You want something for displaying OBD info not Winamp info, right?

    Try this http://www.obddiagnostics.com/ProgWin.html

    It may get you what you want.

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    I there any way to let the program open gauges win on startup so that i can embed it in mediacar? Moreover, there is any way to change gauges display (skin)?

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