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    Yer no worries Vitaliy,i'll contact MO CO SO now and see what they want me to do,thanks for the help.

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    Got the new OBDlink yesty,works fine Vitaliy,sent my old one straight too you,should be there by now ...

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    Got the tool back today, dead as a doornail. I asked our tech to investigate the problem, we will definitely get to the bottom of it. Thanks for your help!

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    No worries vitaliy...

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    Gday vitaliy,im baaaack

    OBDlink been ok since the new 1 was sent out,but i havent been really focused on it until now,ive got it running through centrafuse,and it works,well sort of ,in centrafuse im ONLY getting reading from the speedo,tacho and manifold pressure,but everything else has no reading,just says N/A in each box in centrafuse.. ????

    Is what im getting all that this type of OBDlink reads ????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by nkelly View Post
    Gday vitaliy,im baaaack

    OBDlink been ok since the new 1 was sent out,but i havent been really focused on it until now,ive got it running through centrafuse,and it works,well sort of ,in centrafuse im ONLY getting reading from the speedo,tacho and manifold pressure,but everything else has no reading,just says N/A in each box in centrafuse.. ????

    Is what im getting all that this type of OBDlink reads ????????
    Ned,

    OBDLink does not limit the range of real-time parameters that you can display. It sounds like either your car is not fully compliant, or Centrafuse is picking the wrong ECU (TCM instead of ECM).

    Try it with OBDwiz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitaliy View Post
    Ned,

    OBDLink does not limit the range of real-time parameters that you can display. It sounds like either your car is not fully compliant, or Centrafuse is picking the wrong ECU (TCM instead of ECM).

    Try it with OBDwiz.

    Vitaliy
    My car is a 2003 F250 with the 7.3ltr turbo diesel,it should be fully compliant with OBDII.

    What do you mean,the ECM is the "Electronic control module" i think ??? what is the TCM,and read somewhere they called it the "powertrain control module" PCM or something..

    I'll have a look at OBDwiz again and see how much it displays..

    Thanks Vitaliy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nkelly View Post
    My car is a 2003 F250 with the 7.3ltr turbo diesel,it should be fully compliant with OBDII.

    What do you mean,the ECM is the "Electronic control module" i think ??? what is the TCM,and read somewhere they called it the "powertrain control module" PCM or something..

    I'll have a look at OBDwiz again and see how much it displays..

    Thanks Vitaliy.
    ECM = Engine Control Module
    TCM = Transmission Control Module

    Sometimes the same module does both jobs, in which case it's called the "PCM" -- Powertrain Control Module.

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    OK thanks mate,when i get my truck going again,i'll sus out OBDwiz and let you know what its showing me.

    Thanks...

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