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too bad someone couldn't port this http://www.obddiag.net/projects.html to arduino
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What do you mean exactly?
You want to use that board for the USB to serial converter or you want to use that PIC in the Arduino environment?
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I want to use the arduino to do the ODBII conversion.  I would probably have to use soft serial or something like that for the ODBII interface and keep the USB/Serial for the computer or even if possible have a serial lcd that displays the dtc's and button programmed to clear the dtc's.
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The creator of that does not seem to have released the source code to the pic software. I suspect the Arduino could easily be programmed to do the same thing.
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Yeah I saw, the dev only had the .hex file up.  Oh well, maybe when I'm done my other projects I'll take a serious stab at this.
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