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  • Opel Tigra ECU

    Hello all.
    I'm a newbe, and I own a '98 Opel Tigra. Anyone knows what kind of ECU does it have?

    Thanks everyone!

  • #2
    You'd be better off looking at an Opel-specific site or picking up a shop manual for that vehicle.
    These forums are foussed on discussion of PCs in vehicles, not the computers that control engine management.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    • #3
      it's not OBD-II, you need a gm tech2 to scan it
      2001 Passat 130TDi Sport - Via Epia 15000, 1gb, 100gb, 220w psu, 7" lilliput motorized touch (chopped and in dash as a fixed), bluetooth, bu-303 gps, 7 port usb hub, tiny keyboard, netgear 54mb wifi, optima yellow top, ryder rt1170x, freecom dvb

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      • #4
        Originally posted by DarquePervert View Post
        These forums are foussed on discussion of PCs in vehicles, not the computers that control engine management.
        Sure I know this... I am prying to know what info can be acquired (and than displayed through a car PC, maybe real-time) from my ECU.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ste_nova View Post
          it's not OBD-II, you need a gm tech2 to scan it
          Thanks, altough this was not what I wanted to hear...
          Anyway, does anyone know if there is some open source project aimed at getting some data from my ECU?!? BTW, there is no way I'll get M$ Windows on my Tigra .

          Thanks!

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          • #6
            sorry for bringing this old topic alive again. But I also have an Opel Tigra and I wonder if there's any update on this. Planning to do live data on my carputer, but the car surelly isn't OBD2. Maybe ALDL.

            Anyone was able to read the data without the Tech II (the most expensive automotive scanner I've seen)

            []s
            Tigra Clube Brasil

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            • #7
              You'll probably get more information from the forum at Migweb:

              Clicky

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              • #8
                Originally posted by will_santana View Post
                sorry for bringing this old topic alive again. But I also have an Opel Tigra and I wonder if there's any update on this. Planning to do live data on my carputer, but the car surelly isn't OBD2. Maybe ALDL.

                Anyone was able to read the data without the Tech II (the most expensive automotive scanner I've seen)

                []s
                Sorry for the blatent plug, but you need to take a look at our Vauxhall/Opel specific tool this covers the Tigra.

                Gareth
                UKOBD

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                • #9
                  i'have an opel tigra 1999. if you have a 16pin connector it could be ain iso9141 protocol... injection system is a multec (S on older veicle, MPi on new).
                  To read this data it's possible that ELM 323 could work.

                  your obd connector are needed pins 3-4-5-6-7-12-16.
                  I will buy an interface based on elm323... i will wrote the results

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by mdmiko View Post
                    i'have an opel tigra 1999. if you have a 16pin connector it could be ain iso9141 protocol... injection system is a multec (S on older veicle, MPi on new).
                    To read this data it's possible that ELM 323 could work.

                    your obd connector are needed pins 3-4-5-6-7-12-16.
                    I will buy an interface based on elm323... i will wrote the results
                    Won't work I'm afraid, Vauxhall used a variety of protocol's, one of which is KWP2000 which is not supported.

                    Gareth
                    UKOBD

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