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    Version 1.51

    New version 1.51 is up...

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    any word on a plug in module for road runner???

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    This road runner don't work by me... Is it support external apps?? If yes then use the stand alone obd module.

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    I'm sorry I didn't notice you had put up a stand alone module. I am going through a very unexpected ugly divorce at the moment and my life has been thrown in to some pretty extreme turmoil.

    Yes the stand alone module should work fine.

    Thanks, I will try it out later tonight.

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    Sorry mate

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    Tried the software out. Looks promising.. but isnt there a better method of configuring it than modifiying something windows needs to work. Also that has got to be the WORST registration nag ever lol. Cant you just have people register on your site before download or something?
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    If you are using Centrafuse as your frontend, we just added a basic OBDII plugin in the latest 1.6 version. It reads 2 pages of various sensor data and alerts check engine light, displays trouble codes and descriptions and allow to you clear your trouble codes/check engine light. It is built to support the Elm3X chips and should work with any of those. After installing CF go into settings/plugins and set the OBDII Device Type to Elmscan 3 or ElmScan 5 and give er a try. www.centrafuse.com

    Also, if anyone has suggestions on improving the interface, I will appreciate any input.

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    You have a long long way ahead.... take a look at the features of CarMM obd interface

    @Sonicxtacy02 i don't unterstand what you mean with registration and downloading. Sorry about my english but if you want yo explain me....
    If you download the latest version the only think you have to config is your obd-port and the specs of your car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raygun
    If you are using Centrafuse as your frontend, we just added a basic OBDII plugin in the latest 1.6 version. It reads 2 pages of various sensor data and alerts check engine light, displays trouble codes and descriptions and allow to you clear your trouble codes/check engine light. It is built to support the Elm3X chips and should work with any of those. After installing CF go into settings/plugins and set the OBDII Device Type to Elmscan 3 or ElmScan 5 and give er a try. www.centrafuse.com

    Also, if anyone has suggestions on improving the interface, I will appreciate any input.

    -raygun
    Way to try to hijack this thread after closing a thread in your own forum regarding his app. Your partial support might as well not exist, I'm sorry but its rather useless IMO.

    I suggest you start a thread in your own forum for Centrafuse. Your sales pitch sure doesn't belong in here, sorry.
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    Thumbs up

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