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I am working a project here, and I want to interface to the steering wheel controls of a 2016 C class. I am using this wheel in another vehicle that lacks a LIN bus, completely. Reason for it is to control an Android radio and feed commands to a RealDash setup. I'll eventually use an Arduino based s...
Did some work this evening with the Chrysler Crossfire instrument cluster. I used a 2004 MY unit. It uses the same connectors as 2005+, but appears to be pinned out differently. Unsure if the messages are any different between model years. Anyway, the cluster outputs two IDs: 0x0408, and 0x0410. On ...
Nice! Thank you! I will post up more as I learn them. I have other threads here with quite a bit of CAN-B info from my previous projects, but CAN-C is a different animal.
Adding these for reference. One is the full, open CAN-C (and only) bus in a 2004 Chrysler crossfire. All of the traffic. The others are captures on the bench of an EGS52 from a Crossfire, and and EGS53 TCM from a 2007 Dodge Charger 5.7L. I have captures of the EGS53 "talking" to an HP Tune...
I completely understand what you are saying. However, much of the basic architecture, and even the modules, such as the TCM and shifter module, carried into the LX cars. I have purchased a few LX platform modules, and they are being shipped, now. I will be comparing them to the Crossfire's (and even...
I have previously worked quite a bit on a project to decode a lot of IDs on a Chrysler CAN-B bus, to interface RER and RHR radios into cars without a CAN Bus. That was successful, so time to kick it up a notch! About to perform an engine swap on a Chrysler Crossfire. Crossfire uses exclusively a CAN...
- 2020 Oct 16 09:10
- Forum: CAN Projects
- Topic: CANBUS Bridge - A device used to determine the source of message IDs
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So, I have used both the RER, and currently have a RHR in my 2005 SRT-4. The logo is from the stored VIN. Depending on what VIN your software sends the radio, different logos will come up, including VW, if you send it a VIN for one! Timing on the VIN is a bit tricky, and it does repeat pretty regula...
- 2020 May 19 08:13
- Forum: CAN Projects
- Topic: Reverse Engineering of 2015 Dodge Challenger Cluster
- Replies: 1
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That is a super-cool project!
Nice! I have been using my Teensy 3.2 based setup for more than two years, but your setup offers the advantage of not needing to build much, if any, custom hardware.
- 2018 Sep 10 10:51
- Forum: CAN Interface
- Topic: is it possible to emulate oem usb module with adruino?
- Replies: 2
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You're going to need to take a step back and first get immersed in RPi and/or Arduino before tackling this subject. This is definitely not a beginner's project that you are talking about.