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Old 01-19-2014, 11:08 AM
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Validated Torque PIDs

I got asked this in an email, so I just wanted to throw this out there for people that use the app and want some extra PIDs to monitor:

pid: 221177
name: MAF Voltage
sName : MAFv
Min: 0.0
Max: 5.0
Scale x1
Unit: Volts
Equation: ((A*256)+B)/3700
Header: 7E0

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pid: 22C901
name: Tire 1 Pressure
sName: T1Press
Min: 0
Max: 50
Scale: x1
Unit: psi
Equation: ((A * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738
Header: 751

pid: 22C901
name: Tire 2 Pressure
sName: T2Press
Min: 0
Max: 50
Scale: x1
Unit: psi
Equation: ((B * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738
Header: 751

pid: 22C901
name: Tire 3 Pressure
sName: T3Press
Min: 0
Max: 50
Scale: x1
Unit: psi
Equation: ((C * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738
Header: 751

pid: 22C901
name: Tire 4 Pressure
sName: T4Press
Min: 0
Max: 50
Scale: x1
Unit: psi
Equation: ((D * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738
Header: 751

pid: 22C902
name: Tire 1 Temp
sName: T1Temp
Min: 0
Max: 200
Scale: x1
Unit: F
Equation: (9/5 * (A - 50)) + 32
Header: 751

pid: 22C902
name: Tire 2 Temp
sName: T2Temp
Min: 0
Max: 200
Scale: x1
Unit: F
Equation: (9/5 * (B - 50)) + 32
Header: 751

pid: 22C902
name: Tire 3 Temp
sName: T3Temp
Min: 0
Max: 200
Scale: x1
Unit: F
Equation: (9/5 * (C - 50)) + 32
Header: 751

pid: 22C902
name: Tire 4 Temp
sName: T4Temp
Min: 0
Max: 200
Scale: x1
Unit: F
Equation: (9/5 * (D - 50)) + 32
Header: 751
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Had no idea we could grab tire pressures. Thanks!!
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No problem. Just remember with tires there really is no easy way of knowing which of the 4 corresponds with which tire unless you mess around with pressures and take note that way. the pids correspond to the tpms sensor and not the location. Personally I leave it named by number this way when I rotate tires I don't have to keep renaming them .

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exactly, easiest way would be to just put some air in the tires when their cold, and then just put a piece of blue tape on the inside of the wheel with the number it corresponds to. something you can personally see and keep track of when you get up close to look for it, but not obvious enough to be seen at a glance.
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Btw on the temperatures ... for the folks that like to use C instead of F, you will want to use:

Equation: A

instead of

Equation: (9/5 * (A - 50)) + 32

And for pressure if you want to use Kpa instead of psi:

Equation: ((A * 1373) / 1000)

instead of

Equation: ((A * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738

Remember

If you decide to use the different units, adjust the Min and Max values accordingly

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Old 01-20-2014, 07:04 AM
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Can't say how much I appreciate this! Can't wait to set this up
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All the headers and pids in the psi and the temps point to the same sensor, what needs to be different to point to each individual sensor?
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Originally Posted by TANKERG View Post
All the headers and pids in the psi and the temps point to the same sensor, what needs to be different to point to each individual sensor?
The PIDs for both are the same, however the data byte is different. Take note of the equation. They will use data byte A - D respectively.
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Ok, I see what I did wrong. I had copied and pasted the formula not noting they were different.

Thank you. This is so awesome!


By chance are there any pids for the brake pedal?
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I believe there is. I need to look at my notes when i get home.
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Old 02-13-2014, 01:01 PM
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Just curious if you found anything on the brakes.
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WOW, Tested the tire PIDs and they work great...You're freaking awesome.

Still nothing for oil temp or pressure huh? No sensor available I guess.

Found these in another thread:

LTFT Long Term Fuel Trim?
OBD2 PID: 0107
Long Name: LTFT
Short Name: LTFT
Minimum Value: -25
Maximum Value: 25
Scale Factor: x1
Unit Type: %
Equation: (A-128)*100/128
Gen 1 Status:
Gen 2 Status: Working and confirmed
MS6 Status:

STFT Short Term Fuel Trim?
OBD2 PID: 0106
Long Name: STFT
Short Name: STFT
Minimum Value: -25
Maximum Value: 25
Scale Factor: x1
Unit Type: %
Equation: (A-128)*100/128
Gen 1 Status:
Gen 2 Status: Working and confirmed
MS6 Status:

Fuel Pressure
OBD2 PID: 0123
Long Name: FP
Short Name: FP
Minimum Value: 0
Maximum Value: 2500
Scale Factor: x1
Unit Type: %
Equation: (A*256+B)*10*.145
Gen 1 Status:
Gen 2 Status: Working and confirmed
MS6 Status:

Open Loop Commanded Air/Fuel Ratio
OBD2 PID: 0144
Long Name: AFR
Short Name: AFR
Minimum Value: 0
Maximum Value: 20
Scale Factor: x1
Unit Type: A/F
Equation: (A*256+B)/32768*14.7
Gen 1 Status:
Gen 2 Status: Working and confirmed
MS6 Status:

OEM Wideband Air/Fuel Ratio
OBD2 PID: 0134
Long Name: WAFR
Short Name: WAFR
Minimum Value: 0
Maximum Value: 20
Scale Factor: x1
Unit Type: A/F
Equation: (A*256+B)/32768*14.7
Gen 1 Status:
Gen 2 Status: Working and confirmed
MS6 Status:

Cat Temp
OBD2 PID: 013c
Long Name: Cat Temp
Short Name: Cat Temp
Minimum Value: 0
Maximum Value: 2000
Scale Factor: x1
Unit Type: F
Equation: ((A*256+B)/10-40)*1.8+32
Gen 1 Status:
Gen 2 Status: Working and confirmed
MS6 Status:

Absolute Load
OBD2 PID: 0143
Long Name: Abs Load
Short Name: Abs Load
Minimum Value: 0
Maximum Value: 255
Scale Factor: x1
Unit Type: %
Equation: (A*256+B)*100/255
Gen 1 Status:
Gen 2 Status: Working and confirmed
MS6 Status:

Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure
OBD2 PID: 010b
Long Name: IMAP
Short Name: IMAP
Minimum Value: 0
Maximum Value: 100
Scale Factor: x1
Unit Type: PSI
Equation: A*.145
Gen 1 Status:
Gen 2 Status: Working and confirmed
MS6 Status:

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I tried the fuel pressure PID and couldn't get it to work. Anybody else have it working or is it just me?
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Fuel Pressure PID wont work on our cars since we dont have a sensor that reports to the canbus.

sorry man i still have not got a chance to dig for the brakes. I'll look now before i forget again

edit: Just took a look at my notes ... I dont believe there is a brake pedal sensor pid Sorry.

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Anyone know how I could get the TPMS PIDs for a different brand?

Buddy of mine is running Torque on his F-150, and seeing the Pressure readings on my Shinka blew his mind. We tried putting the same PIDs on his, but they didn't work, so we're thinking his ECU reads them differently.
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Can torqe log injector duty cycle? Has anyone hot a pid to do this?
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Blowing the dust off this thread....

Originally Posted by paimon.soror View Post
I got asked this in an email, so I just wanted to throw this out there for people that use the app and want some extra PIDs to monitor:

pid: 221177
name: MAF Voltage
sName : MAFv
Min: 0.0
Max: 5.0
Scale x1
Unit: Volts
Equation: ((A*256)+B)/3700
Header: 7E0

Must Have TPMS Installed For These
pid: 22C901
name: Tire 1 Pressure
sName: T1Press
Min: 0
Max: 50
Scale: x1
Unit: psi
Equation: ((A * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738
Header: 751

pid: 22C901
name: Tire 2 Pressure
sName: T2Press
Min: 0
Max: 50
Scale: x1
Unit: psi
Equation: ((B * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738
Header: 751

pid: 22C901
name: Tire 3 Pressure
sName: T3Press
Min: 0
Max: 50
Scale: x1
Unit: psi
Equation: ((C * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738
Header: 751

pid: 22C901
name: Tire 4 Pressure
sName: T4Press
Min: 0
Max: 50
Scale: x1
Unit: psi
Equation: ((D * 1373) / 1000) * 0.145037738
Header: 751

pid: 22C902
name: Tire 1 Temp
sName: T1Temp
Min: 0
Max: 200
Scale: x1
Unit: F
Equation: (9/5 * (A - 50)) + 32
Header: 751

pid: 22C902
name: Tire 2 Temp
sName: T2Temp
Min: 0
Max: 200
Scale: x1
Unit: F
Equation: (9/5 * (B - 50)) + 32
Header: 751

pid: 22C902
name: Tire 3 Temp
sName: T3Temp
Min: 0
Max: 200
Scale: x1
Unit: F
Equation: (9/5 * (C - 50)) + 32
Header: 751

pid: 22C902
name: Tire 4 Temp
sName: T4Temp
Min: 0
Max: 200
Scale: x1
Unit: F
Equation: (9/5 * (D - 50)) + 32
Header: 751
I'm trying to understand more about PIDs and just curious if the "header/location/address" is necessary? Is that not part of the equation... or am I misunderstanding something?
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