What OBD parameters does the software support?

First of all, to show some parameter or sensor value reading from your car, your car must have support for it.

Unfortunately, we can’t tell what parameters and sensors each car model supports. To find out that yourself, you can use the free version of the software. The free version will list all supported items — it only hides/masks some of the readings.

So, to view a specific parameter value, your car must support the functionality. Moreover, the parameter must be defined in the OBD2 standard, and our software needs to have support for it.

OBD Auto Doctor supports the following standard OBD-II parameters (PIDs) defined in SAE J1979 AUG2014. The actual list of available parameters is vehicle-specific. Only the parameters supported by the car will be shown in the software.

PIDParameter
$01Monitor status since DTCs cleared
$02DTC that caused required freeze frame data storage
$03Fuel system status
$04Calculated load value
$05Engine coolant temperature
$06, $08Short term fuel trim
> Bank 1 - 4
$07, $09Long term fuel trim
> Bank 1 - 4
$0AFuel pressure
$0BIntake manifold absolute pressure
$0CEngine RPM
$0DVehicle speed sensor
$0EIgnition timing advance for #1 cylinder
$0FIntake air temperature
$10Air flow rate from mass air flow sensor
$11Absolute throttle position
$12Commanded secondary air status
$13, $1DLocation of oxygen sensors
$14 - $1BOxygen sensor output voltage, Short term fuel trim
> Bank 1 - 4: Sensor 1 - Sensor 4
$1COBD requirements to which vehicle or engine is certified
$1EAuxiliary input status
$1FTime since engine start
$21Distance traveled while MIL is activated
$22Fuel pressure relative to manifold vacuum
$23Fuel rail pressure
$24 - $2BWide range oxygen sensor voltage, Equivalence Ratio (lambda)
> Bank 1 - 4: Sensor 1 - Sensor 4
$23Commanded EGR
$2DEGR error
$2ECommanded evaporative purge
$2FFuel level input
$30Number of warm-ups since DTCs cleared
$31Distance traveled since DTCs cleared
$32Evap system vapor pressure
$33Barometric pressure
$34 - $3BEquivalence Ratio (lambda), Wide range oxygen sensor current
> Bank 1 - 4: Sensor 1 - 4
$3C - $3FCatalyst temperature
> Bank 1 - 2: Sensor 1 - Sensor 2
$42Control module voltage
$43Absolute load value
$44Fuel/Air commanded equivalence ratio
$45Relative throttle position
$46Ambient air temperature
$47, $48Absolute throttle position
> B, C
$49 - $4BAccelerator pedal position
> D, E, F
$4CCommanded throttle actuator control
$4DEngine run time while MIL is activated
$4EEngine run time since DTCs cleared
$4F, $50External test equipment configuration information
> #1, #2
$51Type of fuel currently being utilized by the vehicle
$52Alcohol fuel percentage
$53Absolute evap system vapor pressure
$54Evap system vapor pressure
$55, $57Short term secondary O2 sensor fuel trim
> Bank 1 - Bank 4
$56, $58Long term secondary O2 sensor fuel trim
> Bank 1 - Bank 4
$59Fuel rail pressure
$5ARelative accelerator pedal position
$5BHybrid/EV battery pack remaining charge
$5CEngine oil temperature
$5DFuel injection timing
$5EEngine fuel rate
$5FEmission requirements to which vehicle is designed
$61Driver’s demand engine – percent torque
$62Actual engine – percent torque
$63Engine reference torque
$64Engine percent torque data
> At idle, Point 1
> Point 2 – 5
$65Auxiliary input / outputs
> Power take off
> Auto trans neutral driver
> Manual trans neutral gear
> Glow plug lamp
$66Mass air flow sensor
> Sensor A, B
$67Engine coolant temperature
> Sensor 1, 2
$68Intake air temperature sensor
> Bank 1 - 2: Sensor 1 - 3
$69Commanded EGR and EGR error
> Commanded EGR duty cycle position A and B
> Actual EGR duty cycle position A and B
> EGR error A and B
$6ACommanded diesel intake air flow control and relative intake air flow position
> Commanded intake air flow control A and B
> Relative intake air flow position A and B
$6BExhaust gas recirculation temperature
> Bank 1 - 2: Sensor 1 - 2
$6CCommanded throttle actuator control and relative throttle position
> Commanded throttle actuator control A and B
> Relative throttle position A and B
$6DFuel pressure control system
> Commanded fuel rail pressure A and B
> Fuel rail pressure A and B
> Fuel rail temperature A and B
$6EInjection pressure control system
> Commanded injection control pressure A and B
> Injection control pressure A and B
$6FTurbocharger compressor inlet pressure
> Turbocharger compressor inlet pressure sensor A and B
> Injection control pressure A and B
$70Boost pressure control
> Commanded boost pressure A and B
> Boost pressure A and B
> Boost pressure control status A and B
$71Variable geometry turbo (VGT) control
> Commanded variable geometry turbo A and B
> Variable geometry turbo A and B
> VGT control status A and B
$72Wastegate control
> Commanded wastegate position A and B
> Wastegate position A and B
$73Exhaust pressure
> Exhaust pressure sensor bank 1 - 2
$74Turbocharger RPM
> Turbocharger RPM A and B
$75, $76Turbocharger Temperature A and B
> Turbocharger compressor inlet temperature
> Turbocharger compressor outlet temperature
> Turbocharger turbine outlet temperature
$77Charge air cooler temperature (CACT)
> Bank 1 - 2: Sensor 1 - 2
$78, $79Exhaust gas temperature (EGT)
> Bank 1 - 2: Sensor 1 - 4
$7A, $7BDiesel particulate filter (DPF), Bank 1 - 2
> Delta pressure
> Inlet pressure
> Outlet pressure
$7CDiesel particulate filter (DPF) temperature
> Inlet temperature, bank 1 - 2
> Outlet temperature, bank 1 - 2
$7DNOx NTE control area status
$7EPM NTE control area status
$7FEngine run time
> Total engine run time
> Total idle run time
> Total run time with PTO active
Fuel consumption
> Gasoline and diesel
> Calculated, estimation
Battery voltage
> Reported by the adapter
Engine power
> At the wheels, air resistance compensated
> Calculated, estimation
Engine torque
> At the wheels
> Calculated, estimation
Boost pressure
> Negative values represent vacuum
> Positive values are boosted by a turbocharger or supercharger
> Calculated, estimation