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  • OBD-II Specs?

    These things are impossible to source down apparently... and it seems that the specs cost $.. does anyone know a (free) source of these?

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    Originally posted by LiquidKernel
    These things are impossible to source down apparently... and it seems that the specs cost $.. does anyone know a (free) source of these?
    Correct -- the specifications are published by SAE and ISO, copyrighted, and cost about $50. Take a look at SAE J1979 (Apr 2002) which defines OBD-II for North American vehicles. However it's more cost-effective to buy the HS-3000 Manual which contains 14 useful automotive standards for $110.

    If you have any specific questions just ask, maybe somebody on the forum can help.

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      Originally posted by joeyoravec
      Correct -- the specifications are published by SAE and ISO, copyrighted, and cost about $50. Take a look at SAE J1979 (Apr 2002) which defines OBD-II for North American vehicles. However it's more cost-effective to buy the HS-3000 Manual which contains 14 useful automotive standards for $110.

      If you have any specific questions just ask, maybe somebody on the forum can help.
      Oh cool, those are not too bad of prices. I remember seeing the ISO specs for like $1500 one time and that turned me away. Thanks for the link!

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