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    A 2003 Toyota Corolla OBD-II compliant?

    Thx

    EMERSON VIER

  • #2
    Depends on which part of the world you live and if the engine is diesel or petrol.
    It will be OBD2 compliant in the USA. It will be EOBD compliant if it has a petrol engine in the European Community.

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    • #3
      I live in Brazil, the fuel is GAS, I found the connector is compliant to OBD, but I not have more informantion about.
      Thx,
      Emerson Vier

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      • #4
        Doubt that it will be compliant with anything.
        Find somebody (professional or not) with a OBD2 scanner and give it a try.

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        • #5
          I check my connector an d the pins 4,5,7,9,12 and has connections, this help to check OBD-II compliant?

          If my car is not OBD-II compliant, what device I need found to read information and connect to Centrafuse?

          Thx

          EMERSON VIER

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          • #6
            check out:
            http://www.obdii.com/connector.html

            that explains a bit about whether or not your car is OBD-II compliant, however i'd advise you to search the web a bit about OBD-II in brazil. hope i helped
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            • #7
              Some Cars have OBD-II female connectors but are not OBD-II compliant.

              It's rare but not impossible.

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              • #8
                Brazilian form of OBD is required from 2008 on. So, I doubt if this car complies to anything.
                Seems pin 16 in the diagnostic connector is missing, which is 12 volt power for the scanner.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by intravino View Post
                  Some Cars have OBD-II female connectors but are not OBD-II compliant.

                  It's rare but not impossible.
                  I wouldn't say it's "rare". Most pre-MY2001 cars in Europe have the J1962 style DLC, even though the majority of them are not EOBD compliant.

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                  • #10
                    I test my device
                    I use the software STNTERM and again not work...

                    ATZ
                    ATZ


                    ELM327 v1.3a

                    >ATH1
                    ATH1
                    OK

                    >ATSP00
                    ATSP00
                    OK

                    >0100
                    0100
                    SEARCHING...
                    UNABLE TO CONNECT

                    >ATZ
                    ATZ


                    ELM327 v1.3a

                    >ATH1
                    ATH1
                    OK

                    >ATSP3
                    ATSP3
                    OK

                    >0100
                    0100
                    BUS INIT: ...ERROR

                    >011C
                    011C
                    BUS INIT: ...ERROR

                    >

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                    • #11
                      So, not compliant.

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                      • #12
                        Can I know what the device work on my car?

                        Emerson Vier

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                        • #13
                          You will probably have to use some manufacturer specific tool... but good luck finding one, or even getting any information on it.
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                          • #14
                            Launch and Carmanscan have very good Toyota coverage.

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