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Thread: GM C5 Vette PID for Fuel Level?

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    GM C5 Vette PID for Fuel Level?

    So I have a Jeep body swapped onto a Corvette chassis:
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/bzr4UufgfkXAUqpo6

    I need to get some sort of fuel level gauge. I can see fuel level in HP tuners on a laptop but I can't find a working PID for it on anywhere else (already tried 2212C5). I am getting tired of having to boot up a laptop constantly to check the fuel.

    Anyone know the right PID I need? I am hoping to use the hptuners ngauge.

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    Forgot to mention this is a 01 Z06 chassis and PCM.

    According to this:
    https://forum.hptuners.com/showthrea...-guage-voltage
    The PCM sends fuel level data over high speed CAN to the BCM and then the BCM sends that to the cluster via low speed CAN. I don't have a BCM anymore. But I can see fuel level in the laptop with VCM scanner.

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    Fuel Level?

    Quote Originally Posted by Davidss View Post
    Forgot to mention this is a 01 Z06 chassis and PCM.

    According to this:
    https://forum.hptuners.com/showthrea...-guage-voltage
    The PCM sends fuel level data over high speed CAN to the BCM and then the BCM sends that to the cluster via low speed CAN. I don't have a BCM anymore. But I can see fuel level in the laptop with VCM scanner.
    Did you ever get a solution to this? Just FYI - your 01 Z06 using a GEN III PCM doesn?t have CAN. The PCM outputs fuel level to the corvette dash via SAE J1850 serial data bus.

    I also have a C5 Z06, but with an aftermarket dash / data logger. I want to display the fuel level as well. I?m curious if you found a way to do it with MPVI2 and an android device using Track Addict. It is my understanding that MPVI2+iOS+Track Addict doesn?t allow you to scan any data from the PCM.

    Currently, I have been using a Kiwi OBDII interface that ties back to an iPhone to display fuel level, PIDs, and codes. Thanks,