nickromano wrote:sprint750 wrote:Hello,
Another cheap 'Chinese clone', from eBay (UK seller, not china or HK), received 3 days ago.
It was sold as ELM 327 1.4 'with a genuine ELM chip'.
(For my personal information, I would really like to recognize a genuine ELM chip from a fake one)
Actually everything is working well FES wise, which makes me think it is actually an genuine ELM1.4
- NO communication problems, all ECU are recognized.(Airbag and steering not tested, pins 1-7-9 not soldered yet)
- NO problem to get access to service reset.
- NO installation problem. Just the drivers for FTDI USB to install.
Hi guys, I have the same interface, same board but it was sold to me as ELM 1.3a, i can connect to the engine but i cant access service reset, instrument panel or any other.. I have a Lancia Ypsilon 1.3 jtd (2003)
Do I have to sold any pins? I checked http://www.multiecuscan.net/SupportedVehiclesList.aspx and shows (ELM) only for what i need (service reset)...
No mate you don't need to soldering any pins.
Your interface isn't work on CAN.
What you have to do is to soldering between pins 6 (of your interface) and ground and between 14 pins (of your interface) and ground a resitor and a capacitor.
resistor=100Ohm and capacitor =560pf
For all support to fix your interface you find here.
I did it and it worls like a charm.