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#1336 Krait

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Posted 15 May 2013 - 10:35 PM

You have to configure the interface to MS-CAN mode. It is on the first page of the ELMconfig...



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#1337 Gaz RS

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Posted 15 May 2013 - 10:58 PM

i keep getting this error on both sides of the switch

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Check that it's wired correctly and all your solder joints are sound, If they are you should have the HS-CAN working, to get MS-CAN working open ELMconfig, click on ELM327 then Setup ELM327 for MS-CAN bus. I had the same error and it was my soldering had come loose when I put the heat shrink on



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Posted 16 May 2013 - 02:59 AM

Hi, I have a OBDLink MX type bluetooth OBD (based on the STN1170 chip) which can actually be configured to access MS-CAN bus.

 

I tried using the ELMComfig v2.5 to change the protocol to MS-CAN (STP 51) via the SEND command option but gets a unrecognised response. I am wondering if the response is not recognised by the app. When I do this via hyperterminal, i get a OK.

 

If anyone can share more about issuing ELM commands via terminal, please advise. I wanted to find out what commands that i need to key in via Hyperterminal. Normally we can see the commands in the Log window of ELMConfig but since I have yet to successfully set the protocol within ELMConfig, I am not able to get the command strings.

 

What I am trying to accomplish first is to set Autolocking of my Ford Focus MK2.5 car doors when speed reaches 20km/h. 

 

Appreciate your comments. Thanks.



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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:04 AM

I am looking to disable this particular feature, as its good, but not good enough! I would ideally like to see the doors automatically unlock when the key is removed (as I had on the Cee'd) or when you unlock the drivers door, have it unlock ALL doors.You can achieve this by using the ELM config, you dont need to issue any commands. just switch to the MS bus, and then use the app.



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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:28 AM

I am looking to disable this particular feature, as its good, but not good enough! I would ideally like to see the doors automatically unlock when the key is removed (as I had on the Cee'd) or when you unlock the drivers door, have it unlock ALL doors.You can achieve this by using the ELM config, you dont need to issue any commands. just switch to the MS bus, and then use the app.

 

Yeah, the thing is I don't actually have a modified USB ELM327. I have a Obdlink MX bluetooth which is ELM327 compatible and I can set it to MS-CAN protocol. But still can't seem to get it to access the MS-CAN modules. Keeps getting 10 87 CAN error. 



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Posted 16 May 2013 - 01:19 PM

I think its a limitation of the hardware, if its not wired fully for these pins then it wont read properly or access all the required area's.

 

If you had a modified cable, that would work for you.



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Posted 16 May 2013 - 05:07 PM

Ok, finally got MS-CAN working using a bluetooth OBD2 with STN1170 chip !

 

Here is how you do it.

 

Pre-Requisites

1. OBDLINK MX Bluetooth or a OBD2 reader with STN1170 chipset that can access MS-CAN protocol 

http://www.amazon.co...ords=obdlink mx

2. Latest ELMConfig V2.6 
http://civil.iffc.ru...g/ELMConfig.zip

Steps 

1. Turn Key to ACC
2. Use a terminal software like hyperterminal or putty to connect via the configured serial COM Port. 
3. Once connected and you see ELM327 v1.3, Set OBD protocol to MS-CAN by issuing command "STP 51". It should return OK. Then close terminal session.
4. Launch ELMConfig
5. Set MS-CAN bus in ELM327 Setup page
6. Open Port
7. Click on Read from the GEM module. If it shows you some information instead of N/A means it is able to access MS-CAN modules now.

 

Hope this helps those who have this OBD2 reader.



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Posted 16 May 2013 - 06:07 PM

Ok, finally got MS-CAN working using a bluetooth OBD2 with STN1170 chip !

 

Here is how you do it.

 

Pre-Requisites

1. OBDLINK MX Bluetooth or a OBD2 reader with STN1170 chipset that can access MS-CAN protocol 

http://www.amazon.co...ords=obdlink mx

2. Latest ELMConfig V2.6 
http://civil.iffc.ru...g/ELMConfig.zip

Steps 

1. Turn Key to ACC
2. Use a terminal software like hyperterminal or putty to connect via the configured serial COM Port. 
3. Once connected and you see ELM327 v1.3, Set OBD protocol to MS-CAN by issuing command "STP 51". It should return OK. Then close terminal session.
4. Launch ELMConfig
5. Set MS-CAN bus in ELM327 Setup page
6. Open Port
7. Click on Read from the GEM module. If it shows you some information instead of N/A means it is able to access MS-CAN modules now.

 

Hope this helps those who have this OBD2 reader.

Cheera fyl , i'm sure that will help others out



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Posted 16 May 2013 - 08:44 PM

Everything its alright now! Thanks



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Posted 25 May 2013 - 11:50 PM

Hi to all!! 

 

I see today this forum and... woow.. is fantastic!

 

Sorry for my not perfect English.. i'm from italy and i've a Focus II Style Wagon 1.6TDCI 110cv year 2005.

 

I would to enable Auto door locking on my Focus but here in Italy nobody can do this.. 

I've tried also on Ford supplier but nothing..

 

I've bought for a Fiat some years ago this obd2 interface:

 

http://www.obdspy.it...705facbff10d920

 

Can i use this for hacking my focus and enable auto door locking? I need to modify my obd2 interface?

 

thx to all for help!!

 

orlroc

 



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Posted 26 May 2013 - 03:03 PM

Hi to all!! 
 
I see today this forum and... woow.. is fantastic!
 
Sorry for my not perfect English.. i'm from italy and i've a Focus II Style Wagon 1.6TDCI 110cv year 2005.
 
I would to enable Auto door locking on my Focus but here in Italy nobody can do this.. 
I've tried also on Ford supplier but nothing..
 
I've bought for a Fiat some years ago this obd2 interface:
 
http://www.obdspy.it...705facbff10d920
 
Can i use this for hacking my focus and enable auto door locking? I need to modify my obd2 interface?
 
thx to all for help!!
 
orlroc

Yes you could use that cable , but you would have to make sure of the wiring connections at the plug

we use this version as it's the one in the guide
http://www.ebay.co.u...=item460eb4b118

Yes you should be able to activate Auto door locking

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Posted 09 June 2013 - 04:55 AM

I replaced the computer's firmware (PCM) 7M51ADF on 7M51ADG. With the help of the program and the ELM327 ELMConfig. With this program, a lot can be done. http://civil.iffc.ru...g/ELMConfig.zip A lot can change in different units of the car, good luck.2edde3bb2e54.jpg549ca92e2728.jpg



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Posted 10 June 2013 - 11:57 AM

Here is mine (FF2 1.6 100 manual, built 21.05.2007 in Saarlois):

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Which PCM calibration (firmware) is the newest for 1.6 100? Where to get it from?

Thanks!



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Posted 10 June 2013 - 12:28 PM

ordered a new module a wire up and worked straight away... i backed up all settings then activated disable passenger air bag



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Posted 10 June 2013 - 05:58 PM

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