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Re: FAULTY ELM 327 INTERFACES DE-MYSTIFIED (READ HERE)

Posted: 09 Jul 2019, 18:59
by s130
The latest version of MES is always the one you should use. Using an earlier version is only recommended when there is a known regression problem that will need to be fixed in a later/next release.

I have no experience of diagnosing / resolving ELM interface issues as I have always recommended people only buy products from the recommend supplier lists on the MES site.

Others have worked on and resolved issues with some units so I hope that they will respond here.

Re: FAULTY ELM 327 INTERFACES DE-MYSTIFIED (READ HERE)

Posted: 11 Jul 2019, 08:49
by Solarisis
Dear all,

Could someone point me in the right direction?

I have bought an ELM327 clone that should've already been altered in order to function correctly in MES. However, in MES I can start the Proxi Alignment, but it will only write to the NBC:

Writing to module: Body Computer Node (NBC) SUCCESS!
Writing to module: Dashboard Node (NQS) Unknown error
Writing to module: Climate Control Node (NCL) FAILED! - Unknown error

R04 and R05 are 101 resistors

Thanks!!

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Re: FAULTY ELM 327 INTERFACES DE-MYSTIFIED (READ HERE)

Posted: 15 Jul 2019, 16:20
by bboy46
good afternoon everyone,
today i finally bought a registered version of Multiecuscan. the result is the same. the program doesn't recognize the interface.
please, could any of you help me? i spend 50€ to buy the license for MES. but sitll i can't use it. i already posted the interface i have now, and, in addition to this i also found a Vgate OBD scan bluetooth interface.
could please any of you suggest my how can i solve this situation? which interface between that i have is easier to modify?

thank you very very much in advance for your support,
i hope that someone of you good people will help me

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Re: FAULTY ELM 327 INTERFACES DE-MYSTIFIED (READ HERE)

Posted: 15 Jul 2019, 18:48
by s130
I think you only have to look at this "Faulty ELM 327 Interfaces De-Mystified to realise THAT EVERY problematic interface is a hardware issue and not and MES issue.

MES Free or Licensed is the same when it comes to talking to the interface hardware.

The MES website has recommended suppliers of hardware known to be fully functional/compatible with MES. These suppliers also offer end user support.

My only suggestion/recommendation is buy from an approved supplier and if you can send your current kit back for a refund. I know this is not the answer you are looking for but unless someone else steps in with a solution then I can only suggest you go with an MES recommended supplier.