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  • ELM327 ver 1.2a didn't connect Lancer 1999 CK1A

    Hi,

    INFO:
    -ELM327 ver 1.2a
    -Mitsubishi Lancer 1999 Manual Engine CK1A
    -ProScan ver 5.4

    I bought ELM327 ver 1.2a like this
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/_Auto...=p4506.c0.m245

    I connect ELM327 to my car and laptop then run ProScan. The LED blinking but then it give error.
    My original RS232-J1932 cable pinout is pin2-pin5. I changed to pin2-pin4.
    Before or after I changed the pinout, it will give same error message.
    I haven't try to test my ELM with newer Mitsubishi or Lancer, but when I bring my Lancer for MUT test in Mitsubishi agent, the MUT device show everything, that mean my ECU is still fine.

    From the log below how I verify which one is wrong

    thanks

    Here is my ProScan log:
    09-06-2008 03:42:24.265 Opening Port 1 (9600 baud) with ELM Timeout = 1020 ms.
    09-06-2008 03:42:24.296 Comm Port 1 successfully opened.
    09-06-2008 03:42:24.296 Tx: ATZ
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.218 Rx: ELM327v1.2a[ELM327v1.2a] (ATZ)
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.218 Tx: ATE0
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.250 Rx: ATE0OK[ATE0OK] (ATE0)
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.250 Tx: ATL0
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.281 Rx: OK[OK] (ATL0)
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.281 Tx: ATI
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.312 Rx: ELM327v1.2a[ELM327v1.2a] (ATI)
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.328 Tx: ATSTFF
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.343 Rx: OK[OK] (ATSTFF)
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.343 Tx: ATSP0
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.375 Rx: OK[OK] (ATSP0)
    09-06-2008 03:42:25.390 Tx: 0100
    09-06-2008 03:42:26.109 Switched Active Tool: Communication Log
    09-06-2008 03:42:31.593 Rx: SEARCHING...UNABLETOCONNECT[SEARCHING...UNABLETOCONNECT] (0100)
    09-06-2008 03:42:40.625 Switched Active Tool: Vehicle Connection Manager
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.171 Connection Procedure Initiated
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.171 Automatic Hardware Detection: OFF
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.171 Baud Rate: 9600
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.171 Default Port: COM1
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.171 Hardware Index: 1
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.171 Protocol Index: 0
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.171 Initialize: YES
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.171 Opening Port 1 (9600 baud) with ELM Timeout = 1020 ms.
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.203 Comm Port 1 successfully opened.
    09-06-2008 03:42:42.203 Tx: ATZ
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.140 Rx: ELM327v1.2a[ELM327v1.2a] (ATZ)
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.140 Tx: ATE0
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.171 Rx: ATE0OK[ATE0OK] (ATE0)
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.171 Tx: ATL0
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.203 Rx: OK[OK] (ATL0)
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.203 Tx: ATI
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.234 Rx: ELM327v1.2a[ELM327v1.2a] (ATI)
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.234 Tx: ATSTFF
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.265 Rx: OK[OK] (ATSTFF)
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.265 Tx: ATSP0
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.296 Rx: OK[OK] (ATSP0)
    09-06-2008 03:42:43.296 Tx: 0100
    09-06-2008 03:42:44.250 Switched Active Tool: Communication Log

  • #2
    Looks like your vehicle is not OBD II compliant. Nothing you can do about it other than get a new car or return the scantool :-)

    Paul
    www.obdpros.com

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    • #3
      Not so fast, Paul!

      Originally posted by michbound View Post
      Looks like your vehicle is not OBD II compliant. Nothing you can do about it other than get a new car or return the scantool :-)

      Paul
      www.obdpros.com

      Paul, I didn't see anything in the OP's post to indicate that his car is not OBDII compliant. He bought the cheap box off eBay, the chip is obviously not an ELM327. A 1999 model year car sold in the US, must be OBD-II compliant by law.

      I agree with your suggestion that the OP should return the scan tool, and I would also suggest leaving negative feedback, and getting a real scan tool -- like this one, for example:





      Best regards,

      Vitaliy
      http://www.scantool.net

      PS But really, I am sure we can get you talking to your vehicle in no time. Give us a call.
      OBDLink MX: world's smallest, fastest, most advanced OBD/Bluetooth adapter with SW and MS CAN support. Read the review to learn more.
      Need to look up a diagnostic trouble code? Try the most up-to-date, free DTCsearch.com!

      You cannot send me a private message using this forum. Use my email instead: vitaliy[@]scantool.net.

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      • #4
        Vitaliy,

        Good one :-) and I did not see anywhere that the OP stated that the CAR is US based, but nevertheless if the scantool.net tool has any chance of working, I will say that the OBDPro will work on that car for less money and with the money saved the OP can sit back and enjoy a nice dinner

        I guess before we get too anxious to sell the OP anything we should confirm that the car is indeed a US car this will also help ensure we uphold our quality customer service metric

        Thanks
        Paul
        www.obdpros.com

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        • #5
          lol, ...as the great mp3car elm wars of 2008 have already begun.
          It's been a while...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by h3rk View Post
            lol, ...as the great mp3car elm wars of 2008 have already begun.
            Just lightening things up I swear, heck I don't even own a punching bag Vitaliy could take me down in a moment, I surrender

            Paul

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            • #7
              Originally posted by michbound View Post
              Just lightening things up I swear, heck I don't even own a punching bag Vitaliy could take me down in a moment, I surrender

              Paul
              Paul, you said yourself that competition is good for the consumer, no?

              I'm just saying that you get more for your money with ElmScan 5. It's a better tool, with second-to-none support and a 3-year warranty.

              Vitaliy
              OBDLink MX: world's smallest, fastest, most advanced OBD/Bluetooth adapter with SW and MS CAN support. Read the review to learn more.
              Need to look up a diagnostic trouble code? Try the most up-to-date, free DTCsearch.com!

              You cannot send me a private message using this forum. Use my email instead: vitaliy[@]scantool.net.

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              • #8
                What you are trying to do is sell a tool to someone whose vehicle might not even be OBD II compliant, I would suggest you ease off on the sell job until the OP actually responds back with whether his/her vehicle is US based or not.

                With your supposedly better customer support would'nt you want to do that?

                Paul

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by michbound View Post
                  What you are trying to do is sell a tool to someone whose vehicle might not even be OBD II compliant, I would suggest you ease off on the sell job until the OP actually responds back with whether his/her vehicle is US based or not.
                  Agreed, my bad.

                  With your supposedly better customer support would'nt you want to do that?

                  Paul
                  I guess "supposedly" depends on your definition of "better"

                  We have:
                  • A toll-free number
                  • A multi-line phone system
                  • Online support system with a knowledgebase
                  • Four full-time CS representatives, plus engineering staff
                  • Same day shipping
                  • No-hassle 90-day return policy
                  • Full 3 year warranty

                  We also have STNFinder and STNTerm utilities that run right off the CD. They allow users to quickly diagnose connection problems. Occasionally, we also use GoToMeeting to help customers (great software btw, cut down our support times significantly).

                  -- But wait, there's more!

                  Orders received before 2 pm, ship on the same day. And we charge actual shipping -- normally it comes out to around $6 for USPS Priority Mail (IIRC, you charged us $16 to ship your tool via UPS Ground).

                  Can you top that?

                  Best regards,

                  Vitaliy
                  http://www.ScanTool.net
                  OBDLink MX: world's smallest, fastest, most advanced OBD/Bluetooth adapter with SW and MS CAN support. Read the review to learn more.
                  Need to look up a diagnostic trouble code? Try the most up-to-date, free DTCsearch.com!

                  You cannot send me a private message using this forum. Use my email instead: vitaliy[@]scantool.net.

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                  • #10
                    I guess my point was that great customer service depends on identifying the key issue without wasting the customers time, since you already agreed to that I rest my case

                    UPS vs USPS apples vs oranges... You could have gone for USPS, BTW even with the shipping we got you beat on pricing no?

                    You know the OBDPro seems to be working so well that we do not even need to ship debug tools on the CD!

                    I must be having too much fun to keep this going I suppose

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by michbound View Post
                      I guess my point was that great customer service depends on identifying the key issue without wasting the customers time, since you already agreed to that I rest my case
                      Now whose ramblings sounds like he's on Court TV?

                      UPS vs USPS apples vs oranges... You could have gone for USPS,
                      UPS Ground for a tool that weighs several ounces doesn't cost $16. AFAIK, we selected the least expensive shipping option available. How much would you charge to ship via USPS Priority?

                      BTW even with the shipping we got you beat on pricing no?
                      No, as I mentioned before, we price match your tools. And since we don't charge excessive handling fees, I'd say we got you beat. Viva la competicion!

                      You know the OBDPro seems to be working so well that we do not even need to ship debug tools on the CD!
                      Don't be silly, Paul.

                      STNFinder helps the user quickly identify which COM port the scan tool is connected to, since with USB and Bluetooth it's impossible to predict what COM port number the tool would install on. Paul is well aware of this problem. From his FAQ:

                      http://www.obdpros.com/faq.php

                      Confirm that your OBDII software is configured to connect to the correct COM port or virtual com port if using the USB scantool. Most OBD II software packages default to COM1. Check to make sure that the scantool is indeed connected to the correct COM port . You can also verify the communications using the hyperterminal application in windows. See testing communications link using hyperterminal.
                      STNTerm was developed as a replacement for HyperTerminal, and is much easier to use.

                      I must be having too much fun to keep this going I suppose
                      I think you're sorry you picked a fight you cannot win. The sad part is that your responses are becoming increasingly nasty. I really hoped we could keep the exchange civil and constructive.

                      Vitaliy
                      OBDLink MX: world's smallest, fastest, most advanced OBD/Bluetooth adapter with SW and MS CAN support. Read the review to learn more.
                      Need to look up a diagnostic trouble code? Try the most up-to-date, free DTCsearch.com!

                      You cannot send me a private message using this forum. Use my email instead: vitaliy[@]scantool.net.

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                      • #12
                        It's a free country so you are entitled to your opinion, biased as it might be

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                        • #13
                          Everyone is biased, most of all people who sell products. If you want a true comparison, start a poll, but please don't fight on the open forums.
                          "stop with the REINSTALLS, what do you think we got some lame-o installer!!!" - mitchjs
                          RevFE
                          My Shop

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                          • #14
                            My car is Mitsubishi Lancer GLXi Asian version.
                            Its work with Mitsubishi MUT, maybe I should test with newer Lancer

                            thanks

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                            • #15
                              Yeah that's what I figured I think a newer model car should work with the interface you have

                              Thanks
                              Paul
                              www.obdpros.com

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