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liam1984

What Is My Car Obdi Or Obdii?

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Hi all, so ive bought myself a obdII bluetooth reader to use the torque app on my 2002 130bhp mondeo BUT although it fits fine it wont work! Im not a happy bunny to say the least!! Ive read on the net that its obdI, does anybody know??

Tia Liam

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ObdII was mandatory on all petrol European cars from 2001 and diesels from 2003.

If your car is diesel then it will still be obd not obdII.

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Yh its a 2002 2.0tdci 130bhp. Does this mean i can buy something so i can use the torque app?

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to be honest its quite possibly OBDII

A friend at work has a 1.6tdci Fiesta, I used my OBDII on his fine.

If you already have it, plug it in and give it a go with Torque, worst that happens is that it doesnt work, its only a few quid so it shouldnt be too bad!

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Iv had a go but it wont work it says problems with protacol? Works fine on the wifes a3

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Ah ok, in which case it appears its probably using the OBDI protocol, in which case you would probably have to go about buying the OBDI bluetooth device.

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