scan gauge codes

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Old 08-23-2016, 03:04 PM
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Please try the codes below and let me know whether or not they report. If you have any questions, please let me know.

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 1 (Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Counts for last 10 drive cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A2
RXF: 054616A20000
RXD: 4010
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M1A

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 1 (Counts for last/current driving cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A2
RXF: 032210000000
RXD: 1810
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M1C

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 2 (Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Counts for last 10 drive cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A3
RXF: 054616A30000
RXD: 4010
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M2A

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 2 (Counts for last/current driving cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A3
RXF: 032210000000
RXD: 1810
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M2C

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 3 (Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Counts for last 10 drive cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A4
RXF: 054616A40000
RXD: 4010
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M3A

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 3 (Counts for last/current driving cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A4
RXF: 032210000000
RXD: 1810
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M3C

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 4 (Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Counts for last 10 drive cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A5
RXF: 054616A50000
RXD: 4010
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M4A

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 4 (Counts for last/current driving cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A5
RXF: 032210000000
RXD: 1810
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M4C

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 5 (Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Counts for last 10 drive cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A6
RXF: 054616A60000
RXD: 4010
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M5A

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 5 (Counts for last/current driving cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A6
RXF: 032210000000
RXD: 1810
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M5C

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 6 (Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Counts for last 10 drive cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A7
RXF: 054616A70000
RXD: 4010
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M6A

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 6 (Counts for last/current driving cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A7
RXF: 032210000000
RXD: 1810
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M6C

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 7 (Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Counts for last 10 drive cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A8
RXF: 054616A80000
RXD: 4010
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M7A

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 7 (Counts for last/current driving cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A8
RXF: 032210000000
RXD: 1810
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M7C

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 8 (Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Counts for last 10 drive cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A9
RXF: 054616A90000
RXD: 4010
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M8A

Misfire Monitor Cylinder 8 (Counts for last/current driving cycles in Hexadecimal)
TXD: 07E006A9
RXF: 032210000000
RXD: 1810
MTH: 000100010000
Name: M8C
 
  #22  
Old 10-20-2016, 11:04 AM
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Some great info here, I have trying to figure out how to use this wireless OBD reader that connects to my phone. I have yet to figure out how to enter user defined pid to get the soc and current and such. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If I can ever get the first one I believe I could figure out the rest
 
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Old 03-29-2017, 11:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Faste View Post
Some great info here, I have trying to figure out how to use this wireless OBD reader that connects to my phone. I have yet to figure out how to enter user defined pid to get the soc and current and such. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If I can ever get the first one I believe I could figure out the rest
This all depends on what software you are using on the phone.

Here is what I use with Torque (it is the contents of the custom PID .csv file).

"Name", "ShortName", "ModeAndPID", "Equation", "Min Value", "Max Value", "Units", "Header", "startDiagnostic", "stopDiagnostic", "Scale"
"1 Hybrid Battery 1 (Volts)","BV01","2240e4","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 2 (Volts)","BV02","2240e5","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 3 (Volts)","BV03","2240e6","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 4 (Volts)","BV04","22410b","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 5 (Volts)","BV05","22410c","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 6 (Volts)","BV06","22410d","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 7 (Volts)","BV07","2240f0","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 8 (Volts)","BV08","2240f1","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 9 (Volts)","BV09","2240f2","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 10 (Volts)","BV10","2240f3","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7"","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 11 (Volts)","BV11","2240f4","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 12 (Volts)","BV12","2240f5","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 13 (Volts)","BV13","2240f6","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 14 (Volts)","BV14","2240f7","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 15 (Volts)","BV15","2240f8","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 16 (Volts)","BV16","2240f9","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 17 (Volts)","BV17","2240fa","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 18 (Volts)","BV18","2240fb","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 19 (Volts)","BV19","2240fc","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 20 (Volts)","BV20","2240fd","A/10",6,20,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Cell Temperature Average (Degrees F)","CTA","222417","(A*(9/5)-40)",-20,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Cell Temperature Maximum (Degrees F)","MAX","222416","(A*(9/5)-40)",-20,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Cell Temperature Minimum (Degrees F)","MIN","222417","(A*(9/5)-40)",-20,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Charge Power Available (kW)","CPA","2240ef","(((A*256)+B)*(1/10)/100)",-20,100,"kW","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Current","HBAmps","2240d2","((A*(100/20)+0)/100)",-70,70,"Amps","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Discharge Power Available (kW)","DPA","2240ee","(((A*256)+B)*(1/10)/100)",-20,50,"kW","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Inlet Air Temperature (Degrees F)","BIT","224107","(A*(9/5)-40)",-20,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Module 1 Temperature (Degrees F)","M1T","2240d7","(A*(9/5)-40)",-20,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Module 2 Temperature (Degrees F)","M2T","2240d9","(A*(9/5)-40)",-25,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Module 3 Temperature (Degrees F)","M3T","2240db","(A*(9/5)-40)",-20,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Module 4 Temperature (Degrees F)","M4T","2240dd","(A*(9/5)-40)",-20,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Outlet Air Temperature (Degrees F)","BOT","224109","(A*(9/5)-40)",-20,150,"F","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Pack Calculated (Volts)"," BPV","2240fe","(((A*256)+B)/10)",0,400,"Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery Pack Fan (RPM)","FAN","2240e7","(A*(25/1)/10)",0,2000,"RPM","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery SOC (%)","SOC","222411","(A*(100/255)/1)",35,90,"SOC","7E7","","",1

- Battery 21 & 22 are suspect. Best I can tell, there are 20 battery units in the Tahoe & equivalent. Included here in case they are useful in other applications
"1 Hybrid Battery 21 (Volts)","BV21","22414A","A/10","6","20","Volts","7E7","","",1
"1 Hybrid Battery 22 (Volts)","BV22","22414B","A/10","6","20","Volts","7E7","","",1


Note: Including the "1" in front of the Name makes it sort high in the Torque selection list
Also: You may want to play with the dial's Min and Max as you see fit.
Here is an alternative equation for this PID
"1 Hybrid Battery Charge Power Available (kW)","CPA","2240ef","(((SIGNED(A)*256)+B)*(1/10)/100)",-20,100,"kW","7E7","","",1
 

Last edited by NiKMP; 04-05-2017 at 02:34 PM.
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Old 04-03-2017, 12:25 PM
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Is there a way to import that into Torque or do I have to type it all in?
 
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Old 04-03-2017, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by tiktok4321 View Post
Is there a way to import that into Torque or do I have to type it all in?
If you had asked 2 days ago, I'd said you had to type it all in. But April Fools day has passed us by :-)

Torque allows you to import custom PID's using a .csv file. They call it " Add Predefined set". With your Torque device,
- Plug it into the PC and set it so that it can be browsed by your PC
- Browse ->your device ->the storage location (internal or external memory) Torque is installed ->.torque->extendedpids
- Copy the file called "other.csv".
- Save it to your PC
- Open with notepad (use the *.* filter to see the file)
- Copy & paste the PIDs list I posted into the file
- Save-as and give it a new name such as TahoeHybrid.csv
- The file contains an example PID which you can delete if you want. Just keep the header row (with the .csv descriptors)
- Then, using the file browser on your PC, copy & paste TahoeHybrid.csv to the .torque-> extendedpids directory
- In Torque tap the main screen gear icon and then tap Settings
- Then tap Manage extra PIDs/sensors
- In upper RH screen, tap the 3 vertical dots
- now tap "Add predefined list" and select "TahoeHybrid"

It will load all the pids in the TahoeHybrid.csv file you saved to the Torque device

If you have a MAC. it is up to you to translate the above into apple-speak.

Happy Hybrid Torquing
Nick

And as always, if you find any more Hybrid PIDs, post them here for others. If you need to decode the MTH (MATH) data stream, check out this post where I posted the Excel equations to do it automatically (assuming the source of the decoding process posted by others is accurate). https://torque-bhp.com/forums/?wpfor...opic&t=8676.00
 

Last edited by NiKMP; 04-04-2017 at 07:20 AM.
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Old 10-18-2017, 07:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Winchester_Fire View Post
Hybrid Battery Cell Temperature Minimum (Degrees F)
TXD: 07E7222417
RXF: 046205240617
RXD: 3008
MTH: 00090005FFD8
NAM: MIN

Hybrid Battery Cell Temperature Average (Degrees F)
TXD: 07E7222417
RXF: 046205240617
RXD: 3008
MTH: 00090005FFD8
NAM: CTA
Thanks for the excellent data!

I was building a PID database for Torque and noticed the two temperature PIDs above use the exact same TXD/RXF/RXD/MTH. Does anyone know which is correct, and what the incorrect one should be?

Thanks!
 
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Old 11-01-2017, 04:17 PM
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Got it, ran it, don't know how to best capture data.
 
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Old 11-01-2017, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by jsiddall View Post
Thanks for the excellent data!

I was building a PID database for Torque and noticed the two temperature PIDs above use the exact same TXD/RXF/RXD/MTH. Does anyone know which is correct, and what the incorrect one should be?

Thanks!
I think the NAM: MIN vs CTA defines minimum or average.
 
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Old 11-02-2017, 06:49 AM
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OK - now that I'm at a desktop, I can perhaps type a little more coherently. I successfully imported the PIDs into Torque. I can see the instant status of each of the values, which is good. What I'd like to be able to do is export a graph while driving of the battery levels over time. Does Torque allow me to do that? If so, how?


Thanks!
 
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Old 01-29-2019, 07:16 AM
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Did anyone get this working? The Prius and Powerstroke guys seem to have a leg up on the GMC Hybrid crowd as far as PID's go.

 
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