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    i will definitely devote time to these projects whenever i can. a bud i'm moving in with and my family and friends combined, i should be able to get a decent array of vehicles to test with.

    03 duramax GMC
    06 chevy silverado
    03 pontiac bonneville
    04 dodge ram
    00 ford mustang
    03 dodge dakota

    and a few others

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    sure, will give them a shot asap

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    Quote Originally Posted by NissanFreak View Post
    I think if we can get at least 10 of us to put some hard time in this project we can get every Sensor Pids/Headers/Scaling from Ford. Each person will be assign to Different Year and will extract as much information with my emulator then upload them to the public. You will need a Virtual Serial Port, OBD II Software, and My emulator. The OBD II software covers from 1995 to 2005 Ford.

    See attached document for an example on how we should organize this.

    I need at least 10 volunteers who is willing to put some time in this. Once you get used to my emulator we should be able finish this within a month. Then we can create a nice free Ford enhance software available to the public. Imagine that!
    You can count me in for this. I've got my 99' Ford Explorer v8 2WD to test with. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NissanFreak View Post
    The pids and Module address is simple to get with the emulation i have. There are huge list of pids i can get from this OBD II software and takes for ever to document them. I can give you few pids to try from various module. I need the Year Make Model on ford because Not all ford headers are alike. They are different and takes heck alot of time to get them all.

    Dear m8

    I am definitely willing to put my time and knowledge into this.
    So if you need volunteer here i am.

    Back to the quoted text, here is my car's data:

    Ford Focus II , year 2007.

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by NissanFreak View Post
    First of all, B2 must be supported on the vehicle.
    Just simply try 01 B2.
    If that does not work then try the others 01 XX. Im curious to see what you get back with 21 XX.
    all of these returned no data... you mentioned having to change up the headers possibly?

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    Just FYI through doing a little research I found this little tidbit. A guy had done a MPG meter project re-using a tach gauge, and here's what his formula was for MPG. anyone want to try it out and see if it looks right? it just uses the standard J1850 mode 01 PIDs.

    MPG = VS * 71.07 / MAF

    where VS = vehicle speed in kph (mode 01 PID 0D)
    and MAF = air flow rate (mode 01 PID 10)

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    Thumbs up

    Hello all, it appears you're all working on some cool stuff! Are you all working on different individual software projects or are you sharing this stuff? (with the exception of joeyoravec that can't really share and keep his job) Is there an open source project I can help contribute to? Seems to me there could be quite a bit of plumbing code that could be shared.

    If not, if anyone can get me a head start with C#, .NET code, or some good resources that would be greatly appreciated. I'm going to start at http://obddiagnostics.com/obdinfo/info.html.

    I am interested in Ford-specific powertrain diagnosis information such as transmission fluid temperature and any shifting details I can get.

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    Cardix. A .NET 2.0 based SDK that would let you start writing code pretty quickly. It already has support for J2534 and ELM tools, as well as a few others.

    This thread seems to have gone through a bit of censorship in recent times...



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    Unhappy Dead thread?

    Hey guys!

    Anybody out there?
    This thread seems to be dead .... hopefully not.

    Still looking for enhanced pids for my Ford Focus.

    Regards

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    Hello LTi,
    The Autoenginuity Interface has support for your Ford Europe Enhanced PIDs-I use the smae for my BF Falcon from Australia
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