Tuesday, 4 February 2014

TOYOBD1 Android datalogger :: Engines supported

 Here is a compatibility list of engines using TOYOBD1 with OBD1READ.

Petrol Engines that were test proven

  • USDM 3VZ-FE 
  • JDM 1992+ 4E-FTE EP82
  • JDM 4A-GE AE111(blacktop)
  • JDM 2JZ-GTE JZA80
  • USDM 1994 2JZ-GE JZA80
  • USDM 2JZ-GTE JZA80
  • JDM 1JZ-GTE JZZ30,JZX90,JZA70,JZX81
  • JDM 1JZ-GTE VVT-i JX100 1998 and earlier ONLY
  • JDM 1992-1993 3S-GTE
  • USDM 1992-1993 celica 5S-FE 
  • 1994-1995 CELICA 5S-FE 
  • USDM 1UZ-FE SC400 and LS400
  • JDM 3S-GTE ST205 WRC
  • USDM 4A-FE 1993
  • 1991+ 3VZ-E Pickup and 4Runner
  • USDM 22R-E 94-95 
  • JDM 4A-GE AE101(silvertop)
  • 1992-1993 REV2 3S-GE (SW20) 89661-17370
  • ST202 3S-GE
  • SW20 1992+ 3S-GTE
  • EE101 4E-FE
  • EP91 4E-FE
  • EP91 4E-FTE
  • USDM 7A-FE 1993 
  • JDM 2TZ-FE 1994 and above
  • JDM 5E-FHE EL54 (2nd generation) 
  • Land Cruiser 1FZ-FE(more details to come about supported years)
  • 88-92 Cressida A/T 7M-GE
  • 88-91 2VZ-FE 89661-32590 ES250 and 2.5 V6 camry
  • late 2TZ-FE (map sensor system)  
  • 5E-FE GEN2 PASEO UK 89661-16490 

Diesel engines that were proven to work

  •  european diesel 2C-E corolla 
  • 1995 1KZ-TE Diesel Land Cruiser (Africa)   
  • Toyota Estima 3C-TE ( toyota estima )

Engines that are believe to work but not yet tested

  • All JDM engines past 1992 with a TE2 ,E1,B+ and some sort of VF(1) pin in their diagnosis box should work.
  • Some non JDM engines between 1992 and prior OBD2
  • AE101 4A-GZE
  • 2RZ-FE depending on maket
  • Avenis turbo diesel 2C-TE 
  • early VVti 2JZ-GE JZX100
  • Crown 2L-TE and 2L-THE 
  • late Crown GS13X 1G-GE 
  • 1G-GZE
  • late 1G-GTE (mark 2, cresta, chaser)

Engines that are clearly known to not be working

  • Anything under 1988
  • Most simple Toyota engines before 1992 (3E-E,2E-E,3S-FE,3S-GE,4A-FE,4A-GE)
  • All OBDII engines (PLEASE LOOK AT THE JDM OBD2 ENGINES LIST BELOW)
  • 1MZ-FE
  • 5VZ-FE
  • All 16V 4A-GE  
  • 3E-E and 2E-E all years 
  • full mechanical Diesels
  • first generation 5E-FE 
  • first generation 5E-FHE
  • 90-91 4E-FTE 
  • 90-91 3S-FE 
  • 90-91 3S-GE
  • 90-91 5S-FE
  • 90-91 3S-GTE
  • AW11 4A-GZE
  • Supra 7M-GE
  • LN130 2L-TE
  • early 1G-GTE (GA70,GZ20)
  • 7M-GTE (http://i88.photobucket.com/albums/k162/crzywhtrican576/supradiag89.jpg
  • 1990-1993 2TZ-FE
  • 2TZ-FZE(OBDII)
  • 1UZ-FE VVTI

Here is a list of JDM OBDII engines  that can't work with TOYOBD1.

To know if your engine is OBDII ,easy way is to find the SIL pin on the pin out.
no OBDI Toyota will have that pin.

*for those desperately seeking to datalog on those OBDII engines it is said that with a recent ELM327 scanner it can be done. But the elm327 must be configured by the application accordingly prior to this. As I have no recent ELM327 scanner my quest ended there. maybe another time...

10 comments:

  1. 1jz-ge no vvt-i why not supported? how to see the settings on the laptop screen?

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    1. Hi, I never came across a 1JZ-GE, but I thing it is supported, we will need to run a test for that. please my other post about testing the diagnosis box, additionally since it is a 1jz, you will need to place a jumper in the dashboard connector. I have written another post about this. thanks

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  2. 1gz fe есть распиновка

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  3. Hi I just want to know if your app toyobd1 will work with elm327 attached to obd1 to obd2 adapter.
    The engine is 4age blacktop

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    1. Hi, no it cannot work, please note that the obd1 to obd2 cable is meant for cars that had the diagnosis box but were really obd2 from the start.this cable allows to get a regular obd2 plug but it does nothing with data compatibility. the elm327 cannot read the toyota obd1 protocol neither.

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    2. Oh ok thanks for the info. I checked on the obd1read but it's out of stock

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    3. A replacement design is in the final stages of development and should be available for sales in weeks

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  4. Hi, I've got an EP82 (1991) with a 4E-F (not a 4E-FE) engine. It's the carburetted version. Just wondered if the ODB1READ will work with this engine please?
    Also, is there any alternative to the Bluetooth option? I'd like to read data into an Arduino (or similar) so that I can combine it with other data. Thanks

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  5. Hi, the obd1read will not be of any use for it. BUT the toyocom might be of some use. just like what I did with my 3e(carbureted) install in my el31 tercel. bluetooth was selected due to the ease of communication with android devices.

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