The SGII Xgauge Database

Discussion in 'ScanGauge' started by kmactavi, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. kmactavi

    kmactavi Well-Known Member

    Thanks Dan! You even formatted them for me. :D

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  2. Dan

    Dan KiloTanked in post 153451

    a true test of my awk and sed skills ;).

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  3. jps000

    jps000 Aux armes citoyens

    Very nice. Thanks for posting this. Now why--like another post pointed out-- the heck doesn't Linear Logic have this on their site beats me...
     
  4. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi Jps:

    ___Because Dan and Carl do not work for Linear Logic… Yet :D

    ___Good Luck

    ___Wayne
     
  5. Dan

    Dan KiloTanked in post 153451

    linear logic has the spread sheet and was very interested. they will get it up there soon.

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  6. Dan

    Dan KiloTanked in post 153451

    In the [thread="14942"]L5 Review thread[/thread] there was some complaints that the L5 pack causing SOC readings to bounce. I theorized that they are polluting the CANbus with their own data. Here are 4 gauges that I hope will filter out the flicker. The Sts and pts will still show both values, but I hope the Sls and pls gauges will only show the L5 data (I hope). What I need is a dump of traction battery response to the 0xCE pid and the 0x3CB to find something unique to key off of. Without that I can't filter out the L5 data... but then again... I think that was the point.


    GAUGE: Solicited Traction SOC
    CONF?: Yes, confirmed
    UNITS: Percentage of Full charge
    ->TXD: 07 E3 21 CE
    ->RXF: 05 61 86 CE 00 00
    ->RXD: 30 08
    ->MTH: 00 0A 00 02 00 00
    ->NAM: Sts
    NOTES: Solicited / Active gauge, so first char upercase

    GAUGE: Passive Traction SOC
    CONF?: Yes, confirmed on SG FW version "3.15" only not "3.15*"
    ->TXD: 03 C3
    ->RXF: 01 03 82 CB 00 00
    ->RXD: 20 10
    ->MTH: 00 0A 00 02 00 00
    ->NAM: pts
    NOTES: Passive gauge, so first char lowercase

    GAUGE: Solicited L5 SOC
    CONF?: Yes, confirmed
    UNITS: Percentage of Full charge
    ->TXD: 07 E3 21 CE
    ->RXF: 05 61 86 CE 09 00
    ->RXD: 30 08
    ->MTH: 00 0A 00 02 00 00
    ->NAM: Sls
    NOTES: Solicited / Active gauge, so first char upercase. RXF is looking for '00' in byte nine. For the traction battery this is the LSB for the battery current which would always (99.61%) read non-zero.

    GAUGE: Passive L5 SOC
    CONF?: Yes, confirmed on SG FW version "3.15" only not "3.15*"
    ->TXD: 03 C3
    ->RXF: 01 03 82 CB 08 00
    ->RXD: 20 10
    ->MTH: 00 0A 00 02 00 00
    ->NAM: pls
    NOTES: Passive gauge, so first char lowercase. RXF is looking for '00' in byte eight. For the traction battery this is the temperature reading of the battery. It will only read 0 celcius, when it really is 0 celcius in the battery conpartment.
     
  7. happycompguy

    happycompguy New Member

    I have a 2005 FEH with a problem that supposedly does not show up with error codes. I want to order Scangauge II and I am told software version 3.15 or higher is what I need. I need to get a reading from the thermistor showing battery box temp headed to PCM. Anyone know how to get a gauge to show that parameter.
     
  8. CarlD

    CarlD Well-Known Member

    Yes, that is the Tmx or Tav xgauge. Tmx is the maximum battery module temp, Tav is the average battery module temp. The FEH seems to make decisions based on the Tav value.

    The Tav xgauge is:

    TXD: 0745224911
    RXF: 046285490611
    RXD: 4808
    MTH: 00120001FE70
    NAM: Tmx

    If you don't want to wait for a SG, you can put the instrument cluster in test mode and you can display the battery temp in degrees C. To do this hold the trip button down with the key in off position, then turn to run while still holding the button down until it enters test mode. Then you can step through various things with the trip button until you get to BT in the left hand side. The battery temp will be displayed in the right hand side.

    Do you think you have the temperature blend door DTC of B1239? I had this and the DTC was stored for about 2 weeks after the wrench light went off and the SERVICE SOON message went away.
     
  9. kuhl

    kuhl Member

    REV:
    GAUGE: OPEN/CLOSED LOOP (HEX)
    CONF?:
    UNITS: N/A
    ->TXD: 68 6A F1 01 03
    ->RXF: 04 41 05 03 80 00
    ->RXD: 28 08
    ->MTH: 00 01 00 01 00 00
    ->NAM: O/C
    NOTES: DISPLAYS IN HEX,
    1: Open, not yet warm
    2: Closed, normal
    4: Open, due to high load OR fuel cut "desacceleration"
    8: Open, system failure
    10: Closed, but something's wrong
     
  10. Dan

    Dan KiloTanked in post 153451

    Please name the vehicle this was derived on / for.

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  11. kuhl

    kuhl Member

    toyota aygo 1l gas
     
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2008
  12. Dan

    Dan KiloTanked in post 153451

    Year and displacement would be helpfull too. Looks like the Aygo comes in a 1.0L and a 1.4L. I'd suspect the control systems are different for the different engines.

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  13. philmcneal

    philmcneal Has it been 10 years? Wow

    so if i got version 3.15 im screwed for most of the gauges? can i downgrade the firmware then?
     
  14. Ophbalance

    Ophbalance Administrator Staff Member

    I'm pretty sure 3.15 is fine... it's 3.15* (those that sent their older SG in to be upgraded) that have issues with xgauges, or so I would recall.
     
  15. Toniran

    Toniran Member

    I Had Just bought a ScanGauge II with XGauge and i´d like to create a gauge that tell me km/l (kilometers per liter), but in trip I only saw lhk (liters per hundred kilometers), is there any way to do that?
     
  16. Dan

    Dan KiloTanked in post 153451

    You don't get to do those types of calcuations generally. If your car reports mpg or lhk out of the ODBII port you can do the math to convert the units in the XGauge, but you can't take two seperate gauges (kph and lph) and create a ratio from them.

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  17. Neicy

    Neicy Well-Known Member

    Dan, Have you updated your excel spreadsheet? If you have could you please provide a link? Thanks.
     
  18. Toniran

    Toniran Member

    Dan, So there is no way with x-gauge (math) to get mpl (kilometers per litre), isn´t?
     
  19. jaysZR

    jaysZR New Member

    hi am a newbie and a noob with the scangauge so in need of help with the xgauge codes, i have a 54 plate MG ZR 2.0LTR TD (facelift model) and wonding if someone can help me with a list of codes for the MG ZR and what they do. i have played around with the boost code and it works i just have to get the last 4 codes right as when idle i am reading -0.03 but will have that sorted soon.

    so if someone could help me with any xgauge codes i would be very gratful thanks alot in advance
     
  20. Dan

    Dan KiloTanked in post 153451

    No major updates to the spreadsheet. I've been waiting to get MG1 rpm and MPG2 rpm. One nice gauge I fixed is the passive "bta" gauge. The scaling is still off, but it works outside of that.

    Well... XGauge is really just a data linearization tool. The "math" is just used to scale units (ie convert degC to degF). You can report anything your car reports. So if your car/truck reports mpg or lhk over your ODBII port and IFF you know the ODBII / CAN pid for that data, you can get the data and use "MTH" to convert it to mpl. Unfortunately, I don't know how to make an XGauge off of one of the SGII's internal gauges (like MPG).

    Data for each vehicle is specific to the specific vehicle you own. So the real question is "What data does the 54 plate MG ZR 2.0LTR TD report". Now if "54" stands for "1954" the answer is "none". You need a 1996 model year or later.

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