With ElmAllOBD you can test whether your Elm327 interface is suitable for reading an ABS or SRS, for example, because there are also slow or outdated interfaces with which this is not possible.
In ElmAllOBD you can also read which car brands and which computers I could read with a good Elm327.
During the interface test, the app sends out all the commands I needed to set up the interface properly.
To determine whether it is suitable for reading all tested computers.
The commands are sent to the interface at high speed.
It also tests which protocols are supported and the version is requested from the interface.
With a well-functioning Elm interface, other computers in a car can often also be read.
I have discovered that about 70% of all ABS computers in cars can be read, but also, for example, the engine (brand specific), climate and gearbox, etc.
Is your interface okay?
Then you can use one of the many brand-specific apps available.
If you can't find a brand-specific app or if your brand doesn't exist, it might be possible with ElmAllOBD.
Every user can choose a computer for free once from which he wants to read the errors.
You can read exactly how it works in ElmAllOBD.
Some interfaces do not support all commands, are too slow or do not support all protocols.
The Elm was previously developed to read an OBD2 engine computer from a car.
Reading an engine computer via OBD2 or EOBD often still works with a bad interface.
But more advanced apps that try to read an ABS or SRS often don't work, these apps use commands that only support a good Elm327 interface.
These commands should also be able to be executed quickly by the interface on some car brands.
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