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Mode 8 - The bidirectional controls in OBD2
OBD2 was designed mainly for read-only diagnostics. Yet, it has a few bi-directional controls. Test routines defined in Mode 8 are an example of these.
Sign up and log in with Apple and Google credentials
Starting with Android and iOS app versions 6.1, and Windows, macOS, and Linux versions 4.1, it’s possible to sign up and log in to OBD Auto Doctor software with Apple and Google credentials.
Dark mode now available for iOS and Android
Earlier this year, we were happy to make the announcement of the updated mobile apps in our Twitter account. Dark mode can extend your phone’s battery life significantly. It might be also easier for your eyes in...
How does lambda affect fuel consumption?
The engine fuel rate parameter ($5E) is supported only by rather new OBD2 compliant cars. The engine gives real-time data on how it’s consuming fuel with this parameter. But don’t worry even if your car do...
Torque, engine power and boost pressure added
A few days ago we launched the updated OBD Auto Doctor software. This time our main focus was in calculated performance parameters such as Engine Torque, Engine Horsepower and Turbo Boost Pressure.
Thousands of new OBD2 Trouble Codes added!
OBD2 Trouble Codes or Diagnostic Trouble Codes are defined by SAE (Society of Automobile Engineers). SAE is the organization that specifies the OBD2 standards. These include the one that defines all the generic Diagno...
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