Modules Car.

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carlus
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Modules Car.

Post by carlus » Sat Aug 30, 2014 2:02 pm

Hi:

For users who do not yet have the application forscan and want to get an idea of ​​the modules that can access the application forscan, or for those who want to compare modules that other users with the same type of car access, would be nice to think we could include an image or text modules that are accessible from the application forscan by model car.

For example, I put a picture of the modules that I can access my car:

* Model car: Mazda CX-7 2.2 Diesel Luxury (Year Purchased: 2010)
* Connector Type: ELM327 (Made in China). Modified to access MS-CAN modules
* Forscan Version: 2.1.18
* Image or text, with point of access modules:

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Please, colaborate with more car model .....

A greeting.
MAZDA cx7 diesel

09Ranger
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Re: Modules Car.

Post by 09Ranger » Sat Aug 30, 2014 6:17 pm

* Model car: 2009 Ford Ranger XLT
* Connector Type: OBDLink SX
* Forscan Version: 2.1.19

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c.ionut
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Vehicle: Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCI 96kw 2004
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Re: Modules Car.

Post by c.ionut » Thu Feb 19, 2015 8:39 pm

* Model car:Ford mondeo 2.0 TDCI / 2004
* Connector Type: ELM327 (Made in China). Modified to access MS-CAN modules
* Forscan Version: 2.2.2

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FORScan
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Re: Modules Car.

Post by FORScan » Fri Feb 20, 2015 4:50 am

c.ionut wrote:* Model car:Ford mondeo 2.0 TDCI / 2004
* Connector Type: ELM327 (Made in China). Modified to access MS-CAN modules
* Forscan Version: 2.2.2
It seems something is wrong with adapter - according to the screenshot, FORScan has not found modules on ISO bus (Instrument cluster, GEM, Airbag, ABS). Please try to remove vehicle profile (Vehicle->Profiles) and connect again. If still no modules mentioned above, it most likely means some problem with ISO circuit of the adapter.

c.ionut
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Re: Modules Car.

Post by c.ionut » Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:43 pm

I fixed the problem ... thanks FORScan

Automate
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Re: Modules Car.

Post by Automate » Sat Mar 14, 2015 10:38 pm

FORScan 2.2.3
Generic ELM 327 without HS/MS CAN switch
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What extra modules would I get with HS/MS switch?

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Re: Modules Car.

Post by FORScan » Tue Mar 17, 2015 4:26 am

Automate wrote:FORScan 2.2.3
Generic ELM 327 without HS/MS CAN switch
ForscanFFH.png
What extra modules would I get with HS/MS switch?
Here is full list of modules on MS-CAN for your model, including optional ones (so if your vehicle is not equipped, for example, with GPS and SODL/SODR, FORScan will not find them):

Audio Control Module (ACM)
Audio Digital Signal Processing Module (DSP)
Front Controls Interface Module (FCIM)
Front Display Interface Module (FDIM)
Generic Electronic Module / Smart Junction Box (GEM/SJB)
Global Positioning System Module (GPSM)
Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Parking Aid Module (PAM)
Side Obstacle Detection Control Module - Left (SODL)
Side Obstacle Detection Control Module - Right (SODR)

Automate
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Re: Modules Car.

Post by Automate » Thu Mar 19, 2015 3:57 pm

Great, thanks for the info.

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Re: Modules Car.

Post by Automate » Tue Jun 02, 2015 5:42 pm

The 2010 Fusion Hybrid has a full LCD dash panel with a lot of extra information such as accessories power usage, current/last trip fuel economy, reset-able trip fuel economy, lifetime fuel economy, running fuel economy, remaining oil life etc that don't show up as PIDs. Should the dash panel be detected as another type or module such as HEC or VIC to show these extra PIDs?
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Re: Modules Car.

Post by FORScan » Wed Jun 03, 2015 12:34 pm

No, IPC is the instrument cluster module for the Fusion Hybrid 2010, there is no other module for this. Diagnostic PIDs may be missed for some (or even many) gauges or indicators, unfortunately it is not a rare thing. Here are possible reasons:

1. PIDs really exist but missing in FORScan database. This can be fixed by using special scan utility we send to our users, and they send us back results of the scanning. Sometimes it returns good results (many new PIDs found), sometimes not. If you are interested in such kind of analysis, please contact us via email or PM.

2. PIDs do not exists. Diagnostic PIDs are a part of diagnostic interface, so it is not a must that if some gauge/indicator exists, corresponding PID exists too. Sometimes new PIDs are added after module calibration update (upgrade).

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