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The latest driver can be downloaded from the FTDI website here:

http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm

 

 



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Hi, I am also having connection problems - Car V6 1998 Grand Vitara. Computer - HP Lap-top running Windows XP.

Problem is - Mostly I can connect to the car but after a short while the software seems to lock up and the bad data count starts to climb.

I guess this is a driver problem - Can anyone tell me the best driver to use with this.

Cheers - Tony - Australia


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vanderkeb wrote:

for an answer..:) thanks for your reply!


Te order of posts can be confusing but you can change it in your User Details



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Yes it will work with your vehicle.



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Hi,

I'm thinking buying a scan tool from you Rhinoman. My car is a Suzuki Vitara 1.6L 16V ET (engine type: G16B) from year 1995.
Will the scan tool work on my car?

Thanks,
Alex.

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Is the the RhinoPower USB OBD1 cable and software working with my Suzuki Vitara ET 1.6L 16v from 1995 (engine G16B)? Thanks.

 

sorry I was lookign downwards for an answer..:) thanks for your reply!



-- Edited by vanderkeb on Thursday 6th of September 2012 11:26:59 AM

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OK, I understand.  Many thanks for your advice.



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Late 2000 Susuki Wagon R+ 1.3 petrol RB413



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Thats an OBD2 ECU, you can get a cheap scan tool from eBay. For my interface you must have pin 9 populated as explained here:

http://www.rhinopower.org/diag/sdl.html



-- Edited by Rhinoman on Tuesday 8th of May 2012 10:00:03 PM

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1984 Suzuki SJ413K pick up, 1.6 16V Baleno engine
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2004 Suzuki Ignis 1.5VVT 4Grip
2006 Suzuki Jimny 1.3VVT JLX+
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Hi, I hope this is a picture of the ecu and the OBD socket.

 

The socket has pins 4,5,7 and 16 wired up.

 

I assumed it was an OBD1 from your description of the efi system, I suppose being a late 2000 car it may well have OBD2 as the 2001 cars..  Any ideas how I read these later cars?

Thanks again.



-- Edited by wagonR+ on Tuesday 8th of May 2012 08:22:36 PM

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Late 2000 Susuki Wagon R+ 1.3 petrol RB413



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My cable doesn't work with OBD2, have you checked which pins on the connector are populated? What is the part number on the ECU?



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2004 Suzuki Ignis 1.5VVT 4Grip
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It is an RB413 late year 2000 Wagon R+ UK model. It has the large 16pin OBD socket under the parcel shelf in front of the drivers knee.

I am using the RhinoPower USB cable and RhinoView v8.6 on a netbook running XP.  I have used this netbook in the past with VagCom on my VW Passat.

Have just got the car but did not notice the Check Engine Light was lit at the time - my wife was more worried about not having an accident on the brief test drive.

Car runs OK, looks like the front lamda sensor is new so this may be an old fault.

Perhaps this is not an OBD1 car, would the RhinoPower USBG cable and RhinoView  setup work with an OBD2 car?

 

Any help appreciated.



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make & model of car ?



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So are you saying I open RV and try to connect at one speed then, if that does not work shut down RV and re-open it and try the other speed?



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Hi
You need to close down RV before you change the comms speed

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2004 Suzuki Ignis 1.5VVT 4Grip
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Please help, I am using the RhinoPower USB OBD1 cable and trying to connect to my petrol Wagon R+ using an Msi Wind netbook running XP.

Cable shows up in Device manager on comm11 so I have set that in RhinoView, tried both speeds to no effect.

 

Any ideas please.



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