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    So long story short it looks like one of these will work with your car:
    http://www.aldlcable.com/

    ws6vert:
    Thats a very generous offer-thanks for the help. I'm going to do a writeup on the wiki for some more general info and a how to contribute section/to do list. I'll post a link back when i'm done.

    chunkyks:
    I saw that thread awhile ago and forgot about it...i'll see if he minds if we use that data. Good call

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    Quote Originally Posted by justchat_1 View Post
    So long story short it looks like one of these will work with your car:
    http://www.aldlcable.com/
    Yes, i assume that cable would work.When I get the spare $60 to get it I probably will. But that could be years from now. So who knows.
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    When you get further along on this feel free to take any code from OBDMPG if you wish. It's all in VB6 but should be easy to move into C#. I'd pitch in myself, but I'm not all that familiar with C# and have about zero extra time these days. Just letting you know the source is there for the taking.

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    i am running ubuntu 9.04, but looking at all the threads in regards to obd1, i am finding that this is all over my head. Perhaps I will just wait until i have a post '96 vehicle. Although I really want a Fusion Brain...stupid money, or lack there of
    The general idea is you use a fusion brain with sensors you shove in your engine, then run tripzero's fbd and my obdsim dbus generato.

    By the end of the pipeline you have an entry in /dev that presents itself as if it were a regular serial ELM327 device.

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    mezz64:
    OBD part is about 90% done but thanks for the offer

    ws6vert (and hopefully others):
    Wiki has been updated with hopefully some useful info.
    http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawik...?title=OpenOBD

    Particularly the vin stuff:
    http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawik...e=VIN_Database

    and submitting Data to the project:
    http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawik...g_missing_data

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    If you want to add Subaru support, there's a GPLed project with a bunch of code you can leverage:
    http://www.codeplex.com/ssm

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSFW View Post
    If you want to add Subaru support, there's a GPLed project with a bunch of code you can leverage:
    http://www.codeplex.com/ssm
    That will probably be a separate plugin....but great find-especially being all in c#!!

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    UPDATE:
    Manufacturer info for all the manufacturers is now in the database...this means we can now detect vehicle manufacturer and manufacturer specific codes needed. Model info is still lacking though.

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    Can you post an example excel file for the OBD information on the wiki? That will make it a little easier for others to understand and help.

    My question: Under the VIN column, do you want an actual VIN of an actual car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ws6vert View Post
    Can you post an example excel file for the OBD information on the wiki? That will make it a little easier for others to understand and help.

    My question: Under the VIN column, do you want an actual VIN of an actual car?
    Yea no problem...i'll do Saturn and post that up as an example-would that work?

    The Vin column contains only the Vin digits that represent the model number:
    So listed here you see each manufacturer and what digits means what.

    For example with GM-digits 4, 5 and 6 represent the model number. So if we take this example VIN (happens to be a Hummer) 5GRGN22U57HXXXXXX

    the VIN column should contain "GN2"

    and the best part is if we look in the docs (on page 2): http://service.gm.com/dealerworld/vi.../vincard07.pdf
    you see that vin code G means it weighs 8-9000lbs and vin code N2 Corresponds to a Hummer h2.

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