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Are our cars OBD II compliant?

Discussion in 'Engine Compartment' started by Linear, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. dieselnut


    Thanks for confirming it to be compliant. Yes I knew the location of the port. Just wonder where or f I can go for the Bluetooth adapter so thaat I can pair it my Lumia. I have already installed obddoctor. Someone mentioned these BT costs around ₹500. I plan to scan the ecu mainly for error codes, injection timing & metering,alernator load, valve timing,induction (forced induction) pressure,turbo parameters for boost,oil pressure,compression ratio, rpm, etall
  2. dieselnut


    Is it still available for ₹500? Please let me know where I can order it from
  3. maverick

    maverick Amatore

    Mini ELM327 V1.5 OBD2 scanner

    I was very curious about the OBD scanner, but was very much confused which one to buy. Finally just bought one from EBay. I used the Multiecuscan 1.7 to connect to my Punto MJD. Just ran a quick test on the ECU.


    Played around with the actuators also. I could only connect to the Engine system only. Other systems like Air bag, ABS etc were not reachable. I am newbie in this area, now need to read and understand what each sensor is for and also the CAN protocol.
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2013
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  4. akarparekh

    akarparekh Timido

    Hi Guys,

    I recently purchased an OBD II ELM327 WIFI scanner from Amazon. I am trying to connect my fiat linea emotpk 1370 cc petrol purchased in 2009..... My pc and iphone both are able to connect to the WIFI but it just wont connect to ECU... Sharing a screenshot of the two application i tried...

    OBD connection error.jpg

    OBD connection error 2.jpg
    Last edited: Aug 30, 2014
  5. AbhijitRC

    AbhijitRC Timido

    I have a 2009 Linea 1.4 fire and it does not work. I've tried two devices and it works with neither. I also tried changes on the software front with torque, scanmaster, AlfaOBD on android and motorist on Windows. Does not work!! The same device works beautifully in the scorpio, alto and swift.
    The smaller device has LED indicators and the green LED glows intermittently in my Linea, but does not connect.
    My very basic logic implies low current/voltage levels but LEDs glowing denies that.
    @Viny i know yours is a 2009 Linea 1.4 but then whats the problem in ours?


  6. Viny

    Viny Esperto

    What error do you get?
    What com port does your software use to connect? Check if same com port is assigned when a bluetooth connection was made with ELM device.
  7. whitepunto76

    whitepunto76 Regolare


    Are there any OBD II ELM327 available in store pickup?
    Would these mini ODBs work on punto 1.3 MJD for 2011 models.
  8. kunwar.g

    kunwar.g Superiore

    Grande Punto 1.3
    I now have the mini , the Vgate and another larger ( slightly larger than Vgate ) OBD scanners. The same issue i am facing with all. The Red LED lights up. It pairs too, but doesnt get connected. I am not sure what the issue. Also, think to note is that a slight tight movement of the scanner leads to my fuel guage dancing up and down. Any idea why and how can i make these scanners work. I returned one of the scanners to the ebay seller and he confirms its working on Swift ( the one I returned ).
  9. Ganges

    Ganges Esperto

    Driver Seat _/
    Grande Punto 1.3
    I can confirm that V-Gate iCar3 ELM Interface works successfully with our MjD's. Tried generating a fault and also read successfully the generated fault and also cleared the fault from my phone. Works fine,however i'm unable to clear the fault related to blue n me blinking ODO . @ramjn

    P.S :- V-Gate iCar3 Bluetooth version.
  10. ramjn

    ramjn Staff Member Janitor

    Linea 1.3
    May be a wired interface will help to clear the B&M error?

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