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    I bought one ELM OBD2 Portable device and tried to use it using Torque pro app. What I dont understand is that it gives the problem of " unable to connect to ECU". So I want to ask, does it work with vitz 2008 and if yes, any help would be appreciated and will be grateful
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    Quote Originally Posted by walls View Post
    Ok
    Thank you for guidance
    I will search some as you recommend.
    Will update Sir.

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    Salem alikom
    you can use application named " hobdrive" even the demo version is quite interesting ,i tried many apps and this is the only one which worked without any modifying in its parameters

    good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkbladex View Post
    Spiderman can you share extended pids and initialized string for vitz I also have vitz 2009 model and my car ECU also don't connect with torque pro app can you help me out i want to use torque pro app? If you don't conformtable to talk here do PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    Go in adapter settings of torque pro, scroll down and tell me what version you have installed
    Sorry for late reply i was busy in paper. Please see below details

    Car: Toyota Vitz 1KR-FE Engine 1.0L 2009 Model
    Problem: Unable to connect to ecu with Torque pro app
    Torque Pro App Version: 1.5.58 (See below snapshot)

    ELM OBD2 Portable device compatibility with vitz 2008 -1726775

    ELM OBD2 Portable device compatibility with vitz 2008 -1726776

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkbladex View Post
    Car: Toyota Vitz 1KR-FE Engine 1.0L 2009 Model
    Problem: Unable to connect to ecu with Torque pro app
    Torque Pro App Version: 1.5.58
    RKBladeX
    go to settings > Vehicle profile

    tick - use alternate OBD Header
    Prefered obd protocol = ISO 15765-4 CAN (11bit 500K baud)
    in Very Advanced - ELM327 custom configuration string put atsp6\natsh7e0

    now lets create a Battery Voltage test pid
    go to settings -> Manage extra PIDs/Sensors
    go on the 3 dots and select Add custom PID
    OBD2 Mode and PID = 2142
    Long Name = Vitz Battery Voltage
    Short Name = Battery Voltage
    Minimum Value = 0
    Maximum Value = 20
    Scale Factor = x1
    unit type = Volts
    Equation = A*0.256+B*0.001
    OBD Header = 7e0
    Diagnose start command = (leave Blank)
    Diagnose Stop Command = (Leave Blank)
    Overrides PID = Does not override any PID

    hit ok to save the pid

    Then go to torque realtime information screen and create the dial (make sure you select the pid you created from the list of pids that torque displays

    let me know how it goes

    EDIT - Make sure torque is updated to the latest version from play store (not cracked) because your version is old (I help the developer to make torque compatable with non obd2 JDM Cars, and there were lot of improvements in latest releases)

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    go to settings > Vehicle profile

    tick - use alternate OBD Header
    Prefered obd protocol = ISO 15765-4 CAN (11bit 500K baud)
    in Very Advanced - ELM327 custom configuration string put atsp6\natsh7e0

    now lets create a Battery Voltage test pid
    go to settings -> Manage extra PIDs/Sensors
    go on the 3 dots and select Add custom PID
    OBD2 Mode and PID = 2142
    Long Name = Vitz Battery Voltage
    Short Name = Battery Voltage
    Minimum Value = 0
    Maximum Value = 20
    Scale Factor = x1
    unit type = Volts
    Equation = A*0.256+B*0.001
    OBD Header = 7e0
    Diagnose start command = (leave Blank)
    Diagnose Stop Command = (Leave Blank)
    Overrides PID = Does not override any PID

    hit ok to save the pid

    Then go to torque realtime information screen and create the dial (make sure you select the pid you created from the list of pids that torque displays

    let me know how it goes

    EDIT - Make sure torque is updated to the latest version from play store (not cracked) because your version is old (I help the developer to make torque compatable with non obd2 JDM Cars, and there were lot of improvements in latest releases)
    where i put this string in app mentioned above in bold text?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkbladex View Post
    where i put this string in app mentioned above in bold text?

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    In vecicle profile

    The string is atsp6\natsh7e0

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    In vecicle profile

    The string is atsp6\natsh7e0
    I don't have that option in Vehicle profile may be i have an old version. First let me download and install the latest version of this app on my phone will update you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    In vecicle profile

    The string is atsp6\natsh7e0
    Previously I have old and cracked version of Torque Pro app I have uninstall an app and purchase it and download latest version which is 1.8 something. I have follow same procedure which you mentioned and Torque pro app is connected with my car ecu successfully. Please refer below snapshot.

    ELM OBD2 Portable device compatibility with vitz 2008 -1726854

    ELM OBD2 Portable device compatibility with vitz 2008 -1726855

    ELM OBD2 Portable device compatibility with vitz 2008 -1726856

    One thing can you share detail of you Vitz profile as i don't know the details like Total weight, MPG ...etc. as your car and my car both have same year model 2009 and same engine 1KR-FE 1000cc ... right?

    Note: I don't access with default pids is it i would need to create custom pids for all which i want to access in real time like

    - Engine Speed (RPM)
    - Vehicle Speed
    - Short Trim
    - Long Trim
    - Total Trim
    - Coolant Temp
    - AFR Sensor
    - ATF Temp ... so on.

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    For now long press on the display you created and change title to Battery

    Will send you more info about other pids when i return home (am abroad)

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    I have got Mini VCI cable, which connects directly to Techstream Toyota official software. You can also make all sort of changes like indoor light, can start the engine, start/stop each spark plug etc.

    I sold my vitz last year and have my VCI cable lying around. Someone was selling it a short while ago at following link;
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/car...m-best-scanner

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    @rkbladex

    THESE WORK ON TOYOTA VITZ 1KR-FE ENGINE - YEAR 2009 (DO NOT TRY ON ANY OTHER CARS)

    OBD2 Mode and PID = 2105
    Long Name = Engine coolant temperature
    Short Name = Coolant
    Minimum Value = -40
    Maximum Value = 215
    Scale Factor = x1
    unit type = C
    Equation = A-40
    OBD Header = 7e0

    OBD2 Mode and PID = 210C
    Long Name = Engine RPM
    Short Name = Revs/Min
    Minimum Value = 0
    Maximum Value = 7
    Scale Factor = x1000
    unit type = rpm
    Equation = (A*64)+(B*63/255)
    OBD Header = 7e0

    OBD2 Mode and PID = 210D
    Long Name = Vechile Speed
    Short Name = Speed
    Minimum Value = 0
    Maximum Value = 255
    Scale Factor = x1
    unit type = Km/h
    Equation = A
    OBD Header = 7e0

    OBD2 Mode and PID = 2114
    Long Name = Front o2 Sensor Output Voltage
    Short Name = Fr o2
    Minimum Value = 0
    Maximum Value = 1.275
    Scale Factor = x1
    unit type = Volts
    Equation = A*1.275/255
    OBD Header = 7e0

    OBD2 Mode and PID = 2115
    Long Name = Rear o2 Sensor Output Voltage
    Short Name = Rr 02
    Minimum Value = 0
    Maximum Value = 1.275
    Scale Factor = x1
    unit type = Volts
    Equation = A*1.275/255
    OBD Header = 7e0

    OBD2 Mode and PID = 2107
    Long Name = Long Term Fuel Correction
    Short Name = LT FC
    Minimum Value = -100
    Maximum Value = 99.22
    Scale Factor = x1
    unit type = %
    Equation = (A*100/128)-100
    OBD Header = 7e0

    OBD2 Mode and PID = 2106
    Long Name = Short Term Fuel Correction
    Short Name = ST FC
    Minimum Value = -100
    Maximum Value = 99.22
    Scale Factor = x1
    unit type = %
    Equation = (A*100/128)-100
    OBD Header = 7e0

    Disclaimer: USE ON YOUR OWN RISK

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    Double post ... (see above)

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    @spiderman-17

    Thanks for providing the extended pids of Toyota Vitz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkbladex View Post
    @spiderman-17

    Thanks for providing the extended pids of Toyota Vitz.

    - RKBladeX
    I promised you

    Did you test the two pids you posted?

    Take care when posting pids

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    I promised you

    Did you test the two pids you posted?

    Take care when posting pids
    Nope i don't test the pids that I have posted as i m in office right now. Is it too risky to test pids from internet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkbladex View Post
    Nope i don't test the pids that I have posted as i m in office right now. Is it too risky to test pids from internet?

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    It's like knocking randomly on people's doors. One day you can find a furious man and hit you with a dead ECU

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    It's like knocking randomly on people's doors. One day you can find a furious man and hit you with a dead ECU
    Recently I am facing an issue with my car related to vibration and this issue i am noticed after CVT oil change and mechanic perform Deceleration sensor zero point calibration and CVT Oil pressure calibration what i have notice that on idle rpm fluctuate to lower than 700 as far as i know idle rpm should be in between 710 to 800 Rpm previously my car rpm don't go below 700 is this the reason my car vibrates? this thing happen when car is in hot without AC and mostly vibration on D and R gear mostly my foot is on brake. There is on error code store in ecu. I think not sure this issue can be RPM fluctuation or battery power fluctuate issue. If this issue related to RPM fluctuation how can we adjust RPM on idle can i again perform deceleration sensor zero point calibration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkbladex View Post
    Recently I am facing an issue with my car related to vibration and this issue i am noticed after CVT oil change and mechanic perform Deceleration sensor zero point calibration and CVT Oil pressure calibration what i have notice that on idle rpm fluctuate to lower than 700 as far as i know idle rpm should be in between 710 to 800 Rpm previously my car rpm don't go below 700 is this the reason my car vibrates? this thing happen when car is in hot without AC and mostly vibration on D and R gear mostly my foot is on brake. There is on error code store in ecu. I think not sure this issue can be RPM fluctuation or battery power fluctuate issue. If this issue related to RPM fluctuation how can we adjust RPM on idle can i again perform deceleration sensor zero point calibration?

    - RKBladeX
    I don't know how mechanic performed Deceleration sensor zero point calibration and CVT Oil pressure calibration, looking at data from my ecu, cvt oil pressure calibration is done automatically 5 to 10 seconds after I start the car, but it is normal (for any car) to vibrate if idle is below that recommended from the factory (in your case 730 to 800) and it is also normal that idle goes down when a cvt or any gearbox is engaged.

    it's not a normal driving procedure that you engage your cvt (D or R) and keep your foot on the brake (you engage your cvt when you want to drive) that's why there is Neutral (or Park)

    One thing you can do and cost you nothing is to reset ecu and do the idle learn procedure.

    a bit out of subject but maybe it can help other members is that I always do not starting the car as soon as I put the key in it, I leave the car's display on for at least 2 second before I start. this will give the ecu enough time to boot (wake up time) completely. this is an example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRrVMtyIqIY

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderman-17 View Post
    I don't know how mechanic performed Deceleration sensor zero point calibration and CVT Oil pressure calibration, looking at data from my ecu, cvt oil pressure calibration is done automatically 5 to 10 seconds after I start the car, but it is normal (for any car) to vibrate if idle is below that recommended from the factory (in your case 730 to 800) and it is also normal that idle goes down when a cvt or any gearbox is engaged.

    it's not a normal driving procedure that you engage your cvt (D or R) and keep your foot on the brake (you engage your cvt when you want to drive) that's why there is Neutral (or Park)

    One thing you can do and cost you nothing is to reset ecu and do the idle learn procedure.

    another thing I always do is not starting the car as soon as I put the key in it, I leave the car's display on for at least 2 second before I start. this will give the ecu enough time to boot (wake up time) completely. this is an example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRrVMtyIqIY
    Is it possible to adjust idle RPM from 730 to 800 range? I also notice when i engage gear to D or R my battery voltage has been drop from around 13.7 to 12.2 voltage. How can i do reset to the factory settings?

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