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Thread: My Pajero/Montero 2004 Carputer with Double 7"Screens in (Kurdistan,Iraq)

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    شغل جميل اخوي بلتوفيق Nice work bro good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by charles77 View Post
    Hi there,

    I'm building the single screen version of the same model using EeePc from ASUS in a 2003 Pajero.
    Could you tell me what frontend software are you using, and how you got the OBD connection to work ?

    BTW nice job !
    Thanks charles77

    I`m using RoadRunner (RideRunner) and Centrafuse but i use Centrafuse more because it is fast and support 2 screens, for the OBD it is my problem i bought the DIAMEX DX60/61 wireless and it didn`t work with my car I try on other cars like (Pajero2008,Outlander,Sonata and Camry) it`s work very good, now I`m working on it when I reach for a solution I well upload it in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdr10 View Post
    شغل جميل اخوي بلتوفيق Nice work bro good luck
    مشكور أخوية Thanks bro

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    Congratulations for your project!

    Really big big congratulations for your project! It's superb.
    I own a pajero too, and I am interested in knowing some details of your project, because I am building a "car-pc" too in these days.
    I would like to know, if possibile, the exact model / size of the monitors you have used.
    Then I would like to know if you have used an odb, and if yes, which model.
    Thanks in advance, and big congratulations again.

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    Dude... that is AWESOME. Double awesome if you consider where you are - I've lived in some areas of the world, and building carputers isn't the easiest thing to do at ALL - you just can't get any parts for them. We're spoiled here in North America where you can source any component that you would ever want.

    Much respect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zava View Post
    Really big big congratulations for your project! It's superb.
    I own a pajero too, and I am interested in knowing some details of your project, because I am building a "car-pc" too in these days.
    I would like to know, if possibile, the exact model / size of the monitors you have used.
    Then I would like to know if you have used an odb, and if yes, which model.
    Thanks in advance, and big congratulations again.
    Thanks Zava it is nice to see other Pajero owner here trying to build a car-pc,
    About the top screen that i use for rear cam,TV,GPS etc.. I bought it here in Iraq it`s called (Super) the size is 7" build in TV Tuner with 2 AV ports without VGA port and touch screen and the bottom screen I thing it is TOSHIBA hardware because it haven`t any name and it came sent to me from Switzerland by a friend it size 7" touch screen with VGA port and 2 AV ports, about the OBD like I wrote in charles77`s replay (OBD it is my problem i bought the DIAMEX DX60/61 wireless and it didn`t work with my car I try on other cars like (Pajero2008,Outlander,Sonata and Camry) it`s work very good, now I`m working on it when I reach for a solution I well upload it in this thread.)

    And good luck with your project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pseudo Nim View Post
    Dude... that is AWESOME. Double awesome if you consider where you are - I've lived in some areas of the world, and building carputers isn't the easiest thing to do at ALL - you just can't get any parts for them. We're spoiled here in North America where you can source any component that you would ever want.

    Much respect.
    Thanks Dude...
    It is very hard specially for me because I spent many months searching for one component but at least I finish it.

    Best regards..

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    Details for the install

    Awesome work. Have you written out the instructions? Like how to remove to face of the console without breaking it? Am cna you re-use the top screen that came with the Truck? I have a 7 inch touch screen for the bottom. A

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    Really Impressed

    HI mpower 86

    After all this time of posting your work, yet still people are impressed about your job. Well done !

    i have my own pajero 2005, my dream was to simply install a pc in it, after seeing your post, my vision is now totally redirected. really the innovation is infective.!!!


    hope you don't mind if i sent some question while running my job to gain from your experience, i am planing to start very soon.

    thanks, keep it up

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    Thanx PHARMDOK2002
    I,m sorry for being late to answer your reply ,about my carputer that I installed in my Pajero it's removed because I sold my Pajero .Now I Installing it for my new Dodge Charger that I try to post it in a new thread .
    Please feel free to ask any question.

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