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Thread: AEM 30-0333 - OBD / CAN connection on Scanner 3.4

  1. #21
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    Im not 100% positive that my 06 vette is set up with Can Bus? Here is the log info. I do see Can on the log, but none of it makes sense to me.


    1/20/2019 4:10:56 PM
    VCM Suite Product: VCM Scanner 4.2.1


    Operating System: Windows 10 (build 17134)
    Microsoft .NET: 4.0.30319.42000, 4.7.1 or later
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8250U CPU @ 1.60GHz
    Available Memory: 4,194 MB




    Device ID: 2030452347
    Credits Purchased: 2
    Credits Used: 2
    Credits Available: 0
    Licensed Features:


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    2006 Chevrolet Corvette (8 cyl), 86YMYSK153130SU8, (2)




    ID: 2030452347
    HardwareVersion: 1.4.0
    ManufactureDate: 7/18/2018 12:06:27 PM
    PartNumber: 6230
    FirmwareVersion: 2.0.120
    PoweredOnTime: 23:55:47
    VehicleConnectedTime: 23:55:47




    Protocol Info: ISO 15765-2, CAN, 500 kb/s


    ECM: 7E8, CAN - E38, GM Gen4 V8
    VIN: 1G1YY26U165109816 - 2006 Chevrolet Corvette, 6.0 L, 8 Cyl
    Serial: 86YMYSK153130SU8
    Programmed State: Fully Programmed
    OS: 12605732
    Calibration IDs: 12605732, 12602950, 12602945, 12605253, 12602938, 12605199, 12601697, 12602933
    Calibration VNs: 0000793A, 00006690, 00000044, 0000387D, 0000B0A3, 00004491, 0000AD72, 0000C81D
    Basic PIDs: 43
    Trouble Codes:
    Controller Type ID By OS: 5010
    Diagnostic Requirements: None
    Scanning Methods: ISO 15031-5 Mode 0x01 Functional, ISO 15031-5 Mode 0x01 Physical, SAE J2190 Mode 0x22, HPT Mode 0x23, GM Mode 0x2C 0x2D 0xAA, CAN Listener


    None: 7EE, CAN
    Calibration IDs: AEM-30-0300-01
    Basic PIDs: 2
    Scanning Methods: ISO 15031-5 Mode 0x01 Functional, ISO 15031-5 Mode 0x01 Physical, CAN Listener
    2006 Base LS2
    Pfadt 1 7/8" long tube headers w/ 3"collectors, Tick Performance 231/235/111, Comp Cams Ultra Gold 2122 1.82 ratio rocker arms,
    X-pipe, high flow cats, Z06 mufflers , Vararam power wedge, and BC coilovers,

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    E38's computers are can-bus.
    2016 Silverado CCSB 5.3/6L80e, not as slow but still heavy.

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    Protocol Info: ISO 15765-2, CAN, 500 kb/s
    Should be good to go.

    None: 7EE, CAN
    Calibration IDs: AEM-30-0300-01
    Basic PIDs: 2
    Scanning Methods: ISO 15031-5 Mode 0x01 Functional, ISO 15031-5 Mode 0x01 Physical, CAN Listener
    And... there it is

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    Awesome! Thanks for the response guys!
    2006 Base LS2
    Pfadt 1 7/8" long tube headers w/ 3"collectors, Tick Performance 231/235/111, Comp Cams Ultra Gold 2122 1.82 ratio rocker arms,
    X-pipe, high flow cats, Z06 mufflers , Vararam power wedge, and BC coilovers,

  5. #25
    So after reading all of this I have come to the conclusion that the 30-0334 CANNOT be used on a 2003 through the OBD2 port? If so I have wasted some money and alot of time. I had the 0441 and logged it through the egr. But it came to be a large problem with math trying to get it to create some graphs that I wanted and purchased this because by reading the description (and the instructions) it makes it seem as tho it will do both.

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    I have been trying to get mine to work with no luck , contacted AEM & Hptuner but couldn't solve it.
    This post guided me to the solution .
    Thanks

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    2003 vehicles do not have CAN based ECUs. So, the OBDII interface will not work, there. You need to use the analog outputs.

    You will need to add the pins to the connector, for this. Or, move/reuse the CAN wires.


    If you have a 2008 or later vehicle, it almost always works, unless the ECU ID that it uses is already in use by another device. In which case, you need to change the ID in the gauge's UI. You can see which CAN IDs are in use in the scanner's info log.