[200q20v] Re: [s-cars] upgrade advice

CL Wong montesawong at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 1 12:38:23 EST 2001

The schematics for this project are located at
www.opendiag.org  the interface has about 10
components so it's not too complicated for someone
like me with little electronic experience.

There is also a discussion group setup at egroups to
discuss building these interfaces and writing software
for them.

The only research that needed to be done was getting
the parts list and someone has already posted that
information to egroups with digikey part numbers.

There is lots of discussion about what worked and what
didn't work for folks in their own interface projects
including some people having circuit boards printed
(which makes the project alot easier; not the avenue I

I was planning on submitting my notes from my
interface adventure either to egroups files section,
my geocities website or to Chris Miller.  Just need
the time.

--- Phil Rose <pjrose at frontiernet.net> wrote:
> At 4:55 PM -0800 11/29/01, CL Wong wrote:
> >
> >
> >Just finished building my diagnostic interface at a
> >cost of $12 plus a few hours of soldering.  Using
> the
> >free demo of vag-com, I was able to reset my airbag
> >light and discovered that I have an intermittant
> >intake air-temp sensor.  This is a vastly improved
> >tool over the led blinking thing on Scott's page
> but
> >takes alot more effort to build.
> >
> >Chi
> Sounds very interesting. Resetting the airbag light
> (mine is the
> "on-for-two-minutes" variety) has been on my agenda
> for quite a
> while. Can you share some of the diagnostic
> interface details with
> the list?
> Thanks.
> Phil
> --
> Phil Rose				Rochester, NY
> '91 200q	(130 kmiles, Lago blue)
> '91 200q   (57 kmiles, Tornado red)
> 	mailto:pjrose at frontiernet.net

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