Raspberry Pi B+ with BT or USB ELM327 for reading OBD II stats
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This is a discussion on Raspberry Pi B+ with BT or USB ELM327 for reading OBD II stats within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hello, Did anyone managed to get readouts from your WRX 2009 with Raspberry and ELM327? Can some one point me ...

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    Raspberry Pi B+ with BT or USB ELM327 for reading OBD II stats

    Hello,
    Did anyone managed to get readouts from your WRX 2009 with Raspberry and ELM327? Can some one point me to some software which can work with Pi B+ connected with bluetooth or USB ELM327 to read OBD II stats?
    I have tried cowfishstudios project but keep coming to some error in code which can't figure out. Looks like problem is with reading sensors, this guy from project used it on older Subaru which most probably is using different protocol for reading stats.
    I have Subaru WRX 2009 if some one is using BT or USB ELM327 with their Raspberry please let me know what software you use and if possible give me github link to the project.

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    I've never played with a raspberry pi, but I do know that romraider gives all of the ecu addresses which you can poll via the SSM protocol. If you're feeling industrious, you can write your own serial communication program using their ecu reverse engineering knowledge.
    David - '05 WRX

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