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OBDLink LX / Re: Obdlink lx won't log miles on the trip meter?
« Last post by Chris Fincher on July 22, 2015, 08:24:15 AM »
I apologize for the delay.  I don't see a reason why you would no longer be able to log miles with the new unit.  I've contacted the developer of the app to see if there is a way around this or what could have happened.

I apologize for the delay.  Bluetooth does too much frequency hopping to let WiFi interfere with it even though it uses the same bandwidth.  This is a theoretical explanation but it does hold up in practice.  The biggest thing I've seen WiFi interfere with is remote keyless entry because some manufacturers use the same frequency as WiFi on the most common channel, 6.  Out of curiosity, are you having difficulty pairing with the LX?

OBDLink MX WiFi / Re: Connection problems with iPhone
« Last post by PÓdraig on July 22, 2015, 06:35:00 AM »
I have the wifi version via the latest kickstarter and am using iphone 6 with the latest iOS version and and updated OBDlink app. I have tried all the suggestions as per this thread and all the other threads and nothing seems to make it work like it's supposed to. I would like a replacement and would gladly send back the origial unit for refurbishment.

General OBD Questions / Re: Boxster starts only when obdII reader connected
« Last post by C4rfrk on July 22, 2015, 05:54:02 AM »
Sorry to bring back such and old thread, but i was wondering if anything was resolved on this? Im running into a similar issue on my 99 boxster after a rain storm

the alarm module did get wet and has been fixed, but now it will only start when something is plugged into the OBD port
OBDwiz/TouchScan / Lost my OBDWiz Key
« Last post by bretberger on July 21, 2015, 07:52:50 PM »
Just got a new laptop and cannot find the CD that came with ElmScan5 Compact.  How to get a new key?

 Thanks a lot.
Can you suggest me through hole Transistor Equivalent to MMBT3640 and MMBT3464. And Also for Q3 MOSFET.
Hi there,

Part no: OBDLink MX Wi-Fi from OBD solutions
Car type : Electric Vehicle
Car Model: Nissan Leaf EV (S/ SV) model (2014 make)
Objective: To Read SOC (%age The state of charge), Fuel Bars, Mileage, 12V battery status, EV battery health and other diagnostic information over OBD 2 interface using OBD LINK MX Wi-Fi device

Request to support:
1.   Please confirm that this is compatible with all  EVs (Electric Vehicles including Nissan Leaf), if any exception , please list here.
2.   Can you please name the protocols for Nissan Leaf EV, your OBDLink MX Wi-Fi, and if there is any exception in protocol support, please list.
3. Please guide us the Wi-Fi connection settings, procedure: from Laptop
4. How can we give AT commands though OBDWIZ for simulating (% SOC: The state of Charge): PIDS for EV?

Look forward to your support

With thanks,
General OBD Questions / Re: how is this Tactrix Openport 2.0
« Last post by STN-Brian on July 21, 2015, 07:26:57 PM »
I am unsure what your question is.  It looks like this device specializes in Flashing ECUs for new Subaru and Mitsubishi vehicles, as well as diagnosis of Toyota, Land Rover and Jaguar.
OBDLink MX Bluetooth / Re: obdlink bluetooth
« Last post by don reilly on July 21, 2015, 05:54:12 PM »
I'm using Obdlink (OBD Car Diagnostic)  by Scan Tool. Net, LLC Communications.  for android, the one that they give in their set up directions for there dongle.
OBDLink SX / Re: OBD Link SX connection problem
« Last post by STN-Brian on July 21, 2015, 05:45:41 PM »
Please check Devices and Printers in Control Panel.  You should see one that says "USB Serial Converter".  Right click and go to Properties, and click on the Hardware tab.  You should see a converter and a serial port, like this.

If you don't see this, please also check under Device Manager -> Universal Serial Bus controllers, see if you have a USB Serial Converter
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