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ChipEde
15th August, 2018, 09:35 AM
Hi Guys,
I'm thinking about getting the OBD tool from CMD flash.
Now I see in the OBD carlist (https://www.flashtec.ch/index.php/products/cmdflash-obd#obdcarlist) some models can be read/written by OBD and some by K-line.
If I not wrong, some car models have a k-line pin in the OBD socket, so these cars can be done completely by OBD without removing the ECU to the bench, right?

So, what does it mean in case it is mentioned in the CMD OBD car list. All cars that are mentioned with K-line can be done completely by OBD?

Thanks, greets, Dima

dtip
15th August, 2018, 10:20 AM
that is OBD car list and yes, all cars from that list can be done by OBD

ChipEde
15th August, 2018, 10:52 AM
that is OBD car list and yes, all cars from that list can be done by OBD
Thanks for your message!

juse
16th August, 2018, 03:51 AM
It only means that communication is done by kline, others by can line, both through obd, some cars dont have kline connected from ecu to obd, so you might need to do the connection straight to ecu connection pins.

ChipEde
16th August, 2018, 12:44 PM
It only means that communication is done by kline, others by can line, both through obd, some cars dont have kline connected from ecu to obd, so you might need to do the connection straight to ecu connection pins.
yes, that's what I thought, thanks for the confirmation.

jenny123
17th August, 2018, 08:42 AM
that is OBD car list and yes, all cars from that list can be done by OBD

Insignia 2010 with tprot as well?

HW:
SW: 1037A50862
VIN nr.:
SW ver.:
Spare:
Engine:
HW Ver.:
SW upg.: P564_OA4
Installation:

jnoroeste
17th August, 2018, 05:22 PM
Hi M8,
Both kline and canbus are possible through obd port, newer cars will work using virtual reading files from CMD server.

Regards.