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Evap control

Any chance one of these programs could give the user control over evap solenoids and cooling fans? It is very handy.

David Usry
Fri, 23 Sep 2011 02:17:12 +0000

Mr. Usry,
Thank you for your interest in the apps. In order to control various components of the vehicle, the diagnostic tool must invoke what's called Output Test Mode. This mode is proprietary to each manufacturer and the information is guarded. It could be purchased from a third-party firms at a relatively high price or reverse-engineered at a relatively high cost.
If you know the series of commands to give to PCM to control the valves, the OBD Terminal app allows to issue those commands directly to PCM. Other than that, none of my apps are able to exert any control on vehicle components.

Thank you.

Alexandre Beloussov
Fri, 23 Sep 2011 17:07:16 +0000

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