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    Default Corolla Altis - OBD-II Protocol

    AOA,

    I have got an OBD-II scan tool that is not detecting the OBD-II protocol being used on my 2007 Corolla Altis M/T.

    The OBD-II scan tool supports all the five protocols
    1. ISO15765-4 (CAN)
    2. ISO14230-4 (KWP2000)
    3. ISO9141-2
    4. J1850 VPW
    5. J1850 PWM

    The pin out of the under dash OBD-II connecter on Altis indicates 2 possible supported protocols.
    1. ISO9141-2
    2. ISO15765-4 (CAN)

    I have successfully tested the scan tool on
    1. 2003 - Civic VTI – 2003 [ISO9141-2]
    2. 2007 - Civic [ISO15765-4 (CAN)]
    3. 2006 - Corolla XLI [ISO9141-2]

    It will be great if someone can help me figure out the OBD-II protocol supported by Altis. The scan tool is tested OK for both of the possible protocols.

    Thanks.

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    may be some prob wid the conecter of altis.


    san you please tell the price of this tool
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    knowing how badly made local cars are it'd be surprising if there are any wires going into the OBD II plug in the car..
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    It does not cost much. Actually I have built it using ELM327 IC.

    The possibility of a faulty connector is slim as I have also tested it on
    1. 2003 – Vitz
    2. 2005 - SE Saloon
    it didn’t work! The pinout of both Vitz and SE Saloon are similar to that of Altis.

    Just to add one more thing.
    Both ISO14230-4 (KWP2000) and ISO9141-2 use the same pin in the OBD-II connector therefore ISO14230-4 can be a possible candidate.

    I haven’t tested it on a car that support ISO14230-4 but found it to work by connected 2 scan tools to each other and simulated the use of ISO14230-4.

    Does anyone know of a commonly available car in Pakistan that supports ISO14230-4 (KWP2000)?

    Thanks.

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    the lancer evolution supports ISO14230-4
    1. A car is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, 2. Resale wont save your life in an accident, 3. Genius has limits, stupidity has none, 4. Never argue with an idiot, they will bring you down to their level & beat you with experience, 5. Growing old beats the alternative -- dying young! 6. انّا للہ و انّا الیہ راجعون

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    Whats the message you're getting when you connect to the connector? The Altis,Vitz and the SE all use the ISO9141-2 protocol. Your scanner's probably not picking them up because;1. they're JDM engines only and hence not OBD compliant (3ZZ/1SZ) or 2. they use the SAE protocol (OBD and JOBD difference perhaps???). I know for a fact that the 3ZZ-FE is not OBD compliant. Its tested using the Intelligent tester V1 and uses a data cartridge to crosscheck and perform the analysis.The current Toyotas dont use the CAN protocol. You can drop by any dealership and cross check your scantools' compatibility with the Intelligent tester.
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    @EFI

    check the K-line on the Altis connector
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    @FLi_gti

    the funny thing is that the same scanner works on a Yaris but not on the japanese import Vitz, it doesnt work on SE-saloon but works great on 1.3 and 1.5 Corolla X and G respectively.
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    The Japanese did'nt take up OBD2 in some cars as late as 03. The Yaris is for the US/EUDM hence the compliance. The Vitz/Echo got it as late as 03 in some case. The 2/1NZ comply because they were destined for the Yaris and also available locally (JDM). Like I mentioned earlier, the 3ZZ isn't OBD2 Compliant. You can short the terminal 5 (Signal Grnd)and 12(TE1) and get the MIL reading straight off the instrument cluster for the Altis, if all else fails.
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    i need some info about OBD 1st which OBD( OBD1 or OBD2 ) came in kia spactra 2002 model??
    2nd wht is the use of OBD???
    and if any one can post the SPACTRA OBD connector picture it will be helpful
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    your scan tool does not works because toyota atlis m-obd
    i am watching for Toyota corollas scanner if any body have any inf contact me

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    Any more details you can provide regarding M-OBD?

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