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    Enhanced OBD-II PIDs from ISO-documents

    Hello,

    Im software engineer student doing my Bachelor project in a company. My goal is to connect to any vehicle using OBD-II (ELM327 chosen), and to get various data. After some research i come to that only some generic PIDs are available for the common man.. But what I need is to get is the enhanced data, such as co2 for example. I found out that you can get this information from certain ISO-documents that you have to buy. I found a specific one that seems like the best: ISO 14229-1:2006

    So I wonder if anyone had any experience with this documents, and do they contain more PIDs that are generic, or is it very specific from manufacturer to manufacturer?

    Any help would be very helpful as this documents are quite expensive (250$)

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    Restarted this in the engine management subforum

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