No problem. Thanks for the Parameter list.I'd like to give feedback on the software ODBIIC&C_LTO_V01_2680_060520_US
When in the normal viewing screen the readability / resolution of the values were not what I was used to. I'm sure you were aware of the change but just in case I wanted to bring it to your attention.
My main issues are with the display values: readings seem to be missing decimal points. My examples are:
- Afr - I am used to the reading 14.3 or 19.5, not 0143 or 0195.
- Fin - reads 2259 instead of 2.59 (I think two decimals).
- Bam - values have very low resolution and didn't want to show values between 0-9. It would only show those values if the display got caught on its way to zero. I currently have no current hack and the Amps Hack Val is set to 100.
- Ect - has an old bug as confirmed by Willie when the temperature is either 203 or 204 F there is an occasional reading of 0032.
- Position 3, far right column has an "a".
Thanks for the rundown on the different, lower level of aspects of the software.The ambient light sensor auto LCD dimming is not currently supported or implemented in the LTO software.
I'm sorry but I don't get what I don't get. I don't know where my communication is falling down. Let me ask my question another way... please explain what IN BLOCK1 OUT actually means. From your post referenced below "Each LTO pigtail needs six wires" two wires IN (one each CAN L and CAN H) and two wires OUT (one each CAN L and CAN H) The diagram you posted ( LTO CAN Bus Interface with OBD2C&C ) # 14 indicates that each LTO block has CAN Buss Hi and CAN Buss Lo. Are you using only one of the CAN lines, CAN L, or only CAN H? Since I have the OE connector plugs can you please tell me the IN color and the Out color on the external plug since they all have the same colors.I've tried my best to explain I can't do anymore.