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Outils OBD Facile – January 2015

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Installation _______________________________________________________________________________ 1
How to activate your software? ______________________________________________________________ 1
Overview ________________________________________________________________________________ 2
Connecting to the vehicle (USB and RS232) ____________________________________________________ 3
Connecting using a Bluetooth interface________________________________________________________ 3
Connecting using a WiFi interface____________________________________________________________ 4
Configuring a new vehicle __________________________________________________________________ 5
Configuring the software ___________________________________________________________________ 5
The “Diagnostic” tab_______________________________________________________________________ 6
The “Advanced Diagnostic” tab______________________________________________________________ 7
“Sensors” tab _____________________________________________________________________________ 8
The “Oxygen sensors” tab __________________________________________________________________ 9
“Monitored system results” tab _____________________________________________________________ 10
“Vehicle Info” tab ________________________________________________________________________ 11
“Terminal” tab __________________________________________________________________________ 12
The “Graph and recording” window_________________________________________________________ 13
Display values _______________________________________________________________________ 13
Display/record options ________________________________________________________________ 13
Replay a recording ___________________________________________________________________ 14
Smart triggers _______________________________________________________________________ 15
Exporting recording to a spreadsheet ____________________________________________________ 15
17 The “Dashboard” window _________________________________________________________________ 16
18 The “CAN bus analyser” window ___________________________________________________________ 17
Display frames ______________________________________________________________________ 17
Filtering the CAN bus_________________________________________________________________ 17
19 PID Decoder_____________________________________________________________________________ 18
20 Customisation ___________________________________________________________________________ 18
How to add specific manufacturer codes __________________________________________________ 18
21 Error messages: __________________________________________________________________________ 18
Errors from the ELM interface _________________________________________________________ 18
22 Frequent problems, tips ___________________________________________________________________ 19
Connection problems with the vehicle ____________________________________________________ 19
Asynchronous socket error _____________________________________________________________ 19
Fault deletion problem ________________________________________________________________ 19
Renault "hands-free" kit ______________________________________________________________ 19
Repair tutorials ______________________________________________________________________ 19
Contacts____________________________________________________________________________ 19

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outilsobdfacile.txt. if you have lost your registration data following reformatting or deletion of EOBD-Facile. 5. Installation: Download the latest version of EOBD-Facile from our website and run the installer called Install EOBD-Facile. All the old files will be replaced with the new" Restart the software Why should you register? Registration will activate additional functions in the software. just delete the files and directories in the directory containing the application.html 2 Procedure: 1. The log file that you will provide to register will enable future users to benefit from your experience and create a list of EOBD compatible vehicles and the functions that they support. Above all. 1 . You may delete them if you will no longer need them. 4.. download the driver the installation procedure from our website in the download section: http://www. re-install the software in the directory already containing it. settings…) Update: After downloading the new version. send us an email requesting them. Your personal connection and data files are in the directory “My documents\EOBD-Facile”. The software requires no special installation and will not modify your registry. to attach to your email). If you have already registered and need a second key for another PC. 2. the registration data you receive is only valid for the PC used to generate the log file. Similarly. do not delete the EOBD-Facile directory in “My Documents” containing your settings and your saved data. Can I install EOBD-Facile on another PC using my registration data? Unfortunately not..exe. you must first install the interface driver. Uninstallation: If you wish to uninstall the software. It is important to note that the software does not use: 3. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 How to activate your software? Connect to your vehicle and use the wizard present in the menu "Register" and "Create a registration file".     Registry key Hidden files Does not create any files or directories outside its installation directories Does not modify your Windows parameters (resolution. If you are using a USB interface. please send us an email with your login and include a log file generated with this new PC (this file can be generated without connecting to a vehicle using the “Demonstration” mode and creating a file log-demo. Follow the instructions to create a file to be returned to us by email You will receive a reply with a login and activation key (within 24 hours maximum) Enter this information in the software via the menu "Register" then "register. Registration is free of charge and only requires a few minutes.EOBD-Facile Manual 1 Installation Important: In order to use the software.

2 . Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 Status bar: It displays the current status of the software. the software will ask you to enter the make of vehicle on which you are doing a diagnosis. Displayed from left to right are  The status of the connection with the ELM  The status of the ELM  The ECU undergoing diagnosis  The make of vehicle selected  The OBD protocol currently being used Vehicle make selection window In order to obtain as much data as possible on connection. The functions in these tabs are described in more detail in the following pages. dashboard and CAN bus analyser  Register to create an activation file to activate the software. select this make.  Help to run this help file and know the software version Tabs: represent the various tabs in the main window. If the make you want is not available.EOBD-Facile Manual 3 Overview The software is comprised of several principal zones described below Menus: contain the various main menus for the software:  File containing the menu Parameters and PID Decoder. This choice will display the corresponding description of the manufacturer’s specific DTCs.  Additional functions containing shortcuts to the graphic functions. select Generic / Other Special cases: If your make does not appear but your vehicle is fitted with the engine of one of the makes listed.  Language to choose the language used by the software  Interface to view the interface parameters  Calculators to select the calculator on which to run the diagnostics.

you can force the ELM to connect with the desired protocol. It may happen that protocol auto-detection does not work for several reasons. To do so. you can use ELM32x RS232 or Bluetooth interfaces by correctly configuring the port parameters and by connecting with an (ELM327 USB) interface in the connection tab. Note: Connection problems are never due to the fact that your software version is not registered! First. You can connect in several ways: When the message “The interface is connected and initialised” appears. run the Bluetooth connection manager If your interface has never been paired. 5 Connecting using a Bluetooth interface Before connecting using a Bluetooth interface. In this case. By default. To do. Confirm your parameters by clicking on OK. you will be asked for a code. The properties of the interface will give you the COM port number to be used when connecting with Bluetooth from the EOBD-Facile software (Interface ELM327 Bluetooth) Configuring the initialisation time: The ELM requires time to initialise the connection with the vehicle. Unless you are an expert. Indications are displayed Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 3 . select “Enter the device pairing code”. The result of this scan will be displayed in the text area of the connection tab. and proceed as follows: Connect your interface to the vehicle Switch on the vehicle’s ignition (the engine indicator should be lit) Start the connection using the Connection button on the application EOBD-Facile will scan all the computers in your vehicle.  Manually: The software tries to connect using the parameters you entered in the Setup window – accessible from the File menu. display the devices and connect the interface. Important: This option is only possible with USB ELMs. the software is ready to communicate with the vehicle 4  Automatically: The software automatically detects the port number and communication speed of your ELM. Most often it is because there are several valid protocols for your vehicle.EOBD-Facile Manual Connecting to the vehicle (USB and RS232) to help you diagnose the problem. and all the functions supported by them. you must first pair it. connect to the vehicle using the interface. Note 1: The status bar at the bottom of the main window permanently displays the connection status. when you open the application. consult the chapter Problems connecting to the vehicle. The USB driver for the interface must first be installed. (see image below). Important: In manual (Auto-detection unchecked). Important: If you are having problems connecting to your vehicle. Once the interface has been paired. click on “add the device” to your list of known devices. leave the option on automatic. Autodetection is checked by default. If you are having connection problems. read the information in the text area. For the pairing option. it may be helpful to increase this parameter. you must first pair the interface with the computer. Configuring the vehicle protocol: The ELM can automatically detect your vehicle’s protocol. the waiting time is set to 14 seconds. Note 2: If you are having problems connecting. The code is 1234 in most cases.

you will no longer have access to your internet connection. The following window will appear The new settings are complete. select “Status”. If this is the case.168. by changing these parameters.255. right click on it. Select the connection with an ELM327 WiFi interface. check the technical manual to find the IP address of the interface Change the connection’s TCP/IP setting by entering a static IP address. the ELM327 WiFi interfaces need to change the parameters of your wireless connection network.EOBD-Facile Manual 6 Connecting using a WiFi interface Set the IP as 192. a menu will appear.255. Close all windows and return to the EOBD-Facile application.168. so the old settings will need to be restored when you have finished using your ELM327. the following window is displayed when you click on connect Set the IP as 192. Note. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 4 .0.11 and the subnet mask as 255.0. the software will connect to the interface Note: Depending on the WiFi interface manufacturer/merchant. the IP settings will not necessarily be the same. Go to your connection manager and connect to the WiFiOBD interface Then.0 In order to work. Proceed as follows.10 and the port number as 35000 Click on “Properties” Click on Next.

This function enables the software to increase data recovery speed. This function will slow down reading of fault codes. 5 . Enable fast thread execution. uncheck this option.  Outils OBD Facile – January 2015   Units: metric to use the international system of units (meter.) or imperial (miles. pound. Temporary files are created during the software usage. Fuel price: Specify the price of the fuel (used by the dashboard function) and the currency unit. Gear ratio: enter the speeds at 1000 rpm for each gear. etc. °C. If you note too high a difference between the vehicle’s consumption and that displayed by the software. Read freeze frames with defaults: This function will enable you to see the engine status when faults appear directly from the diagnostic tab. °F. change this setting.).EOBD-Facile Manual 7 Configuring a new vehicle 8 Configuring the software The dashboard function is highly efficient once the vehicle settings have been entered in the software. A standard vehicle is 80% efficient. etc. To get this data. If this is the case. See window below:      The following settings should be entered:  Fuel: select the fuel type for the vehicle Engine size: in cc (note: a 1. You can delete it at any time with the trash button. consult the technical data sheet for your vehicle or use the software’s graphic window to determine them. grams.6 engine corresponds to 1600 cc) Volumetric efficiency: intake efficiency (used to calculate the engine consumption). This function may cause some computers to crash (very rarely).

etc.) Clear resets all data concerning the fault(s) stored in the ECU to zero. After clearing. Very important:  Only use this function to find the cause of the failure and after having repaired it. Click Read to show the currently selected ECU and update the window with:  Confirmed fault codes  The current status of the indicator  The distance and time since the indicator has been lit (not available for all vehicles)  The monitored test tables The monitor test shows the status of the various systems:  Not supported: Shows if the system is not monitored electronically by the ECU  Completed means that all system tests have been successfully completed. etc. The function is available in the unregistered version of the software. at full load. idling. These data show the conditions when the fault was detected (engine hot. Engine status when the fault appeared (Mode 2) completes the diagnostic data (only on the full version).EOBD-Facile Manual 9 The “Diagnostic” tab This tab is used to diagnose the cause of the indicator light. 6 .  This operation will cancel all the fault codes and also the whole internal diagnostic history of the code(s) present:  reset monitor tests. a message will confirm whether or not the operation was successful. mileage when the fault appeared.  Completed means that the system tests failed or that the ECU has not completed all the system tests (after cancelling a fault for example)  Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 Description of fault codes: Click on the default code to update the associated description. A fault may sometimes reappear after several hundreds of kilometres. The software uses the vehicle make selected on connection to show the exact description.

the faults are recorded in mode 7. Read (Mode 10) corresponds to the permanent DTC. faults detected on the vehicle need several driving cycles before the indicator lights. Permanent faults cannot be deleted. Select the index number of the fault you want (default 0). Read (Mode 2) is used to display the engine status when the fault appeared. The software will display a table with the values of the associated engine sensors. Usually. These functions are only available in the full version of the software. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 7 . This mode is very useful to check that the fault is indeed corrected after clearing.EOBD-Facile Manual 10 The “Advanced Diagnostic” tab This tab is used to refine the troubleshooting operation using the vehicle’s advanced diagnostic functions. Read (Mode 7): corresponds to the unconfirmed fault code. They are very rarely used. During this confirmation phase.

EOBD-Facile Manual 11 “Sensors” tab The function is available in the unregistered version of the software. These functions are described in the following chapters. You can also view the vehicle sensors using the Graph and log function. Click on start button to update the sensor value. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 8 . The list of sensors displayed is automatic depending on the vehicle configuration. This tab is used to read the actual value of the sensors.

4 or 5 cylinders) only have one bank. Numbering continues from there. Select the sensor of your choice using the drop-down menu. On V6. the diagnostic for oxygen probes is only accessible via the “Results of monitored systems” tab. several ECUs may be used on sports vehicles with more than 8 cylinders. As a result. The measurement must remain within the tolerances indicated by the software minimum and maximum. In this case. Bank 1 corresponds to the connection to cylinder no. Sensor no.1 on the vehicle. Click Read to display the auto-diagnostic values for these sensors. The ECU monitors measurements taken by these sensors permanently. 1 is the one closest to the cylinder (further upstream). Y represents the number of the sensor. Most vehicles (3. Depending on the configuration of your vehicle (number of cylinders. Note: On some petrol vehicles. V8. exhaust). Sensor no. several sensors are available. Oxygen sensors are used in petrol vehicles to control the injection. 2 is the one after the catalytic converter. V10 engines.EOBD-Facile Manual Oxygen sensors are named as follows: 12 The “Oxygen sensors” tab The “oxygen sensors” function is only available in the full version of the software. this function is only active on petrol vehicles. Sometimes. there are usually 2 banks (or more). A sensor showing values outside this range is probably faulty. switch from one ECU to the other using the menu “ECUs” to check all the oxygen sensors. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 Bank X Sensor Y X represents the bank number. Below is an example of common configuration for vehicles with 3 or 4 cylinders: 9 .

“Manufacturer specific ID Test” will be displayed. particulate filter. transmission. common rail. fuel management systems (canister.EOBD-Facile Manual 13 “Monitored system results” tab The function is only available in the full version of the software. etc. The ECU permanently monitors the various systems regarding the function it manages (engine. Depending on the configuration of your vehicle.). These results are available in this tab corresponding to mode 6 on EOBD. oxygen sensors. The software may not know the description of some measurements. The “Result” column will display “No” in red if this is not the case.). Note: depending on the make of vehicle. the descriptions of systems and measurements may differ. In this case. etc. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 10 . This function is used to check that each system is operating within its nominal range. you will have access to data concerning: EGR.

EOBD-Facile Manual 14 “Vehicle Info” tab The function is only available in the full version of the software. In the example below.). Click on one of them to update the lower zone with the details of the selected PID. The VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) allows the software to “recognise” the vehicle characteristics. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 11 . Click Read to display the vehicle identification data (VIN. The upper zone displays the general data for the various PIDs. calibrations. The IPTs (Performance monitoring during use) are also available in this tab. This tab is divided into 2 zones. the details are shown using the VIN of a Renault vehicle. etc.

Scripts: This function is used to save and replay commands for the ELM.  [SAVE]: is used to save the result in a file. For more details on the available commands. It is used to send custom commands to the interface for the ELM module (AT command) or to make specific OBD requests to the vehicle. see the technical data sheet for the ELM327 interface.txt: is used to accelerate data recovery speed on the CAN bus for vehicles operating with an 11bit CAN protocol. File syntax is as follows:  Lines starting with the character # are comments displays on execution.EOBD-Facile Manual 15 “Terminal” tab The function is only available in the full version of the software. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 12 .  Enter ATI and click Send  The ELM will display its “name”.  [CLS]: is used to clear the screen.  [TX] followed by a text is used to send an order  [WAIT] followed by a numerical value is used to add time in milliseconds. Example: Read the ELM version. Examples of scripts provided with the software  Bus_CAN_11b_ECU_Moteur.

 Graph background colour: black or white  Display or hide the graph grid. netbook) At the bottom of the window. Snapshot: save the current image of the graph in an image file.g. 13 . it is possible to show or hide a curve by un/checking “Displayed”. You can also pause the recording at any time by pressing the button “Start/resume”. Markers are easily inserted in the recording file.1 Display values In the “Data” tab. They will appear in a little yellow bow with a number. a status bar shows real-time information from left to right:  The length of the recording in seconds  The refresh frequency of the values in milliseconds (and the average in brackets)  The current value on bank 1  The current value on bank 2  The current value on bank 3  The current value on bank 4 Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 Stop the recording: Click Stop to stop recording. Legend:  Vertical axis scale is selected automatically by the software. some statistics. for each bank. or from the “Special” menu. Run continuous reading by clicking on “Start”. Tip: You can show/hide the sensor selection area using the grey arrow in the top right corner of the window.  Scroll time between 30 seconds and 10 minutes. It is used to display the sensor values in the form of a graph and to record them in a file for later use. The data are saved in . This type of file can be opened in Excel. Placing markers: The “Mark” button can be used to place markers on the graph. using the drop down menus.EOBD-Facile Manual 16 The “Graph and recording” window This window is run either from the shortcut on the sensor tab. 16.txt in the software’s data directory. This is useful is you are working on a small screen (e. To save the recording.csv format with commas as separators. A summary is displayed with. 16. click Save as. for each active bank. Any new recording will replace this file. Note: Each recording is saved by default in the file DernierEnregistrement. During reading. You may use your own scale by setting minimum and maximun values for bank 1 and 2. select the display you require. making it easier in long recordings to find the area you wish to analyse.2 Display/record options In the “Recording” tab. select the parameters you want to display.

This function is used to reload a previous recording saved in the software. A horizontal bar with buttons will appear with a cursor used to navigate through the recording. The window will change aspect. A black line shows your current position. The “Replay” tab contains data in the open file and the statistics on the data in the file. open the file you want to replay. When you have finished the replay. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 14 . click Close to return to normal mode (recording). The data can be analysed and replayed in the data graph window.3 Replay a recording The function is only available in the full version of the software.EOBD-Facile Manual 16. In the “Replay” tab.

113.198: Engine speed = 5801. vehicle speed.500. Example: The function is only available in the full version of the software.500. Time. This function is used to start reading and stop recording in graphic mode automatically and according to a condition. The software includes 4 preset triggers:  0-100 kph  80-120 kph  400m standing start  1000m standing start Other triggers can be set by changing the recording start and stop conditions. it is possible to develop conversion formula or easily extract statistics on your measurements.256: Engine speed = 5801.5758.kph 0. For example. flow and boost pressure (turbocharged engine).131.131: Engine speed = 5758 rpm Vehicle speed = 113 kph At t = 0.5801. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 15 . Once the trigger is configured. followed by a field indicating its value. Recordings can be exported using the graph and recording function.000. engine speed.114.113.Vehicle speed Time.000 0. The following window will appear and the recording will start itself when the condition is fulfilled.198.4 Smart triggers Exporting recording to a spreadsheet The function is only available in the full version of the software.000 At t = 0. standing start tests up to 130 kph are possible by changing the stop conditions with the value 130. The data are saved in a .000 0.xls The first tab in the Excel file (User instructions) explains in detail the procedure for importing a recording file.Engine speed.068: Engine speed = 5758 rpm Vehicle speed = 113 kph At t = 0. must also be present in the settings to be recorded in order to work.5 16.).5758.256. etc.5 rpm Vehicle speed = 114 kph A sample file is available in the EOBD-Facile installation directory: Exemple_DA.O-0C-0.rpm. Using spreadsheet functions. click “Start”.csv file with commas as separators.O-0D-0 sec. This is useful for performance measurements such as standing starts for a 0 to 100 kph. Each line in the file corresponds to a point of the recording and each line contains several fields.068.5801. In the sample. and then for each active bank. a standing start simulation where the 4 banks were configured to measure speed. Important: The settings used to trigger the recording (engine speed. a field corresponding to the sensor PID. The second tab shows the data in raw table form.000. The third tab shows the same data in graph form.000 0.5 rpm Vehicle speed = 113 kph At t = 0. The first filed corresponds to the recording time (in seconds).113.EOBD-Facile Manual 16.

In order to obtain relevant data. Several parameters are available in the dashboard electronic display (for petrol/LPG vehicles)  Vehicle speed  Engine speed  The engaged gear (N for neutral)  Distance covered (Odo.csv file for later analysis with another software (a spreadsheet for example). It is also possible to save the data below in the form of an . remember to enter the software options in the vehicle tab with the cubic capacity.EOBD-Facile Manual 17 The “Dashboard” window This function is accessible from the Special / Dashboard menu enabling you to make consumption measurements for petrol and LPG vehicles only. the software will record and calculate statistics to analyse the driving style and vehicle consumption.html file (for printing for example). The journey data can be saved in a *. Important: For consumption to be calculated. your vehicle must be able to measure one of the 2 following values:  Intake manifold pressure (PID 0x0B)  Intake air flow (PID 0x10) Journey statistics: During the whole journey.)  Quantity of air taken in (Qair)  Current consumption (in L/100km)  Current consumption (in L/hr)  Engine load (in %) Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 16 . the fuel type and the gearbox ratios. The image below shows the various parameters calculated.

Click on Update to send the new filtering parameters to the interface. Yellow highlighting shows the changes.2 Filtering the CAN bus Depending on the CAN buses spied on. Important: If your vehicle does not operate in CAN bus. A Test button enables you to test the IDs you want to exclude/accept in the configured filter.1 18. To solve this problem. The status bar (bottom of the window) contains from left to right:  The 11bits or 29 bits CAN protocol  The Cnt statistics showing the number of frames received and Fps showing the number of frames received per second. the ELM will continue to send all frame continuously. the quantity of frames displayed can rapidly grow and saturate the ELM interface causing a “Buffer overflow!” error. 2 types of filtering are possible: Display frames The frames can be displayed in two ways:  Time: the frames are displayed in chronological order  By ID: in this case.EOBD-Facile Manual 18 The “CAN bus analyser” window This function is accessible from the Special / CAN bus analyser menu enabling you to spy on a CAN bus via an ELM interface. With this type of filtering. Software filtering: this is display filtering in EOBD-Facile. A A contextual menu is also available by right clicking on the frame display area to:  Save the read result in a file  Clear the area  Copy the read result into the clipboard Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 17 . 18. Hardware filtering: this is a filter than can be set within the ELM. The connection will fail but you will still be able to use the CAN bus analyser function. force the interface in one of the CAN protocols and start the connection. Thus it avoids saturating the link between the ELM and EOBD-Facile. either increase the communication speed with the ELM or define a filter to only display the frames that interest you. It has the advantage of being easy to configure but does not solve ELM buffer overflow problems. The principle of filtering is to choose CAN identifiers that you want to display.  The status of the CAN filters. frames with the same ID are always displayed on the same line. Reading can be paused at any time.

Toyota. proceed as follows: [Peugeot] P1101=MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor out of self-test range P1102=MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor in range but lower than expected P1103=MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor in range but higher than expected [BMW] P1083=Fuel Control Limit Mixture too lean (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P1084=Fuel Control Limit Mixture too rich (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Once your file is updated. Typically when the vehicle is started while communication is in progress. Reconfigure the communication speed to solve this error (See chapter Graphs / Improving data recovery speed). Ford. Copy the lines of the table and select the mode. to add the trouble codes for Peugeot and BMW. then click Decode to get a list of supported PIDs. Mostly. this is a material wiring issue. is used to interpret the data in the “vehicle list” tables on our website. 20 Customisation 20. create one section for each make of vehicle for which you want to add codes.1 How to add specific manufacturer codes Edit the file CODES-FR. Then. The signal generated on the bus does not correspond with what the ELM is attempting to send. reconnect. As well as generic definitions. ELM error detected: data error! The data read are incorrect.EOBD-Facile Manual 21 19 Error messages: PID Decoder This function accessible from the File / PID decoder menu. To continue to use the software. ELM error detected: Reception signal error! Data received are not valid. For example. usually due to loss of power. you can test it using the terminal tab and entering the following order line: _TEST_DTC P1101 Before starting to translate and add numerous definitions. many specific definitions have been translated and added by us for makes such as Peugeot. Citroën. This error is frequent with vehicles operating in CAN bus.ini located in the “Documents\EOBDFacile\data\DTC” directory and add your codes in the form Pxxxx =Description of the code. Mazda. may be due to incorrect configuration of the communication speed on the CAN bus. ELM error detected: Bus error! A corrupted signal has been detected. Interface reset detected! Reconnect the software to continue! The software has detected restart of the interface. BMW. ELM error detected: Bus busy! The communication bus is busy and the interface cannot initialise communication. Fiat. remember that EOBD-Facile already includes more than 5000 definitions to date. please consult the technical documentation on your ELM circuit. etc. ELM error detected: Return signal error! The return signal is inconsistent. 21. For more information about these errors.1 Errors from the ELM interface ELM error detected: Buffer overflow! The flow of data from the OBD communication is greater than that of communication with the PC. Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 18 .

EOBD-Facile Manual 22 Frequent problems. try to force the protocol in ISO 14230 (5 baud init).3 Fault deletion problem When you press delete.5 Close the door. Contact will be made and remain active for 30 minutes. 22. consult chapter “Connecting with a WiFi interface”. For more details. faults cannot be deleted when the engine is running. Put the car in first gear. contact us at the following address: contact@outilsobdfacile. Follow the procedure below to run diagnostics on the vehicle:      22. Switch off the engine and try again. tips 22. Do not press the brake or the clutch.4 Renault "hands-free" kit Vehicles fitted with this option can be connected using our Outils OBD Facile – January 2015 19 . Repair tutorials On your website you can found repair sample for the following faults:    22. the software displays an error message “Incorrect conditions”.2 Asynchronous socket error This error arises with WiFi interfaces that are not correctly configured in the wireless connection properties. For safety reasons. 22.1 Connection problems with the vehicle List of the most common causes of connection problems:      The USB driver for the interface is not installed The vehicle is not compatible with the OBD (Only vehicles since 2001 for petrol and 2003 for diesel are compatible) The vehicle ignition was not switched on for the connection The communication parameters are incorrect In 90% of cases. we suggest you keep the option autodetection of the vehicle protocol If this does not work. ELM type interfaces sometimes encounter auto-detection problems for this protocol 22. Press the START/STOP button for about 15 seconds.6 P0110 : Air intake temperature sensor P0380 / P0670 : Glow plugs P0301 / P0302 / P0303 / P0304 : Misfires Contacts If you have any questions or suggestions about this help file.