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Old 03-23-2015, 03:03 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by firehawk618 View Post
I think it's been hacked.

When you goto the wiki all that it says now is "a$$holes"

actually I just looked and multiple pages are like that.
Ecomodding projects
mirror laws by Providences
BSFC maps
EV batteries

and I'm sure there are more


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Old 03-23-2015, 12:09 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Thanks for letting us know. Its been cleaned up now.
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I have been making an MPGuino and this is a great resource. Thanks to all involved with putting this project together, it is amazing and has been such a fun project for me and I have learned a lot.

Just a couple of comments on the wiki page:

1. I drive a 1999 Toyota Tercel, which is a bit special because the 1997-1999 models have mechanical returnless fuel systems which throw off the numbers slightly. T Vago's script can account for this when setting options during compiling - I was wondering if it would be useful to have a sub-wiki page to list out cars which have this problem with the MPGuino so that people can know right off the bat (Current readily available information just describes it as some Chrysler vehicles).

2. The schematic drawings on the wiki show 50k resistors for the Arduino (first diagram), and 100k resistors for the IDuino (second diagram), for the VSS and Injector lead resistors. I'm assuming they should be the same value? Anyway, I used the 50k ones.
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I have a simple task to achieve, I guess, but I'm stuck. All I need to do is to read the Speed of the vehicle using data from the obd2 k-line pin, and then to send a command to blink the brake lights when a certain decrease in speed is detected (e.g. more than 2km/h/s). I can not initialize the k-line and I am not able to read anything on the serial monitor on arduino . The vehicle is an 2004 BMW E60, uses ISO_14230_fast but I guess this is not an issue.

So, all I need Is some help from someone to extract from the code only the part for init sequence for ISO_14230_fast and sone way to read the speed on the serial monitor.

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