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  • I have just successfully got Torque to work with the string described in the first post here with "Use Alternate OBD Header" Selected. I have a known M-OBD 2001 VX with the 5VZ petrol. I used a Jaycar OBD-2 adapter https://www.jaycar.com.au/obd-ii-eng...RoC2ssQAvD_BwE Its a little pricy but after trying 2 unsuccessfully EBay adapters decided to try a more supportable option and they were kind enough to let me try before buy.

    A couple of points to note when buying an adapter:

    The protocol standard for these prados seems to be one of these. The config string configures type 4 below but other sources on the internet suggest its type 3 - Ive yet to try changing it.
    3 ISO 9141-2 (5 baud init, 10.4 kbaud)
    4 ISO 14230-4 KWP (5 baud init, 10.4 kbaud)
    If you want to check an existing adapter, open it up and confirm that there are connections to Pin 7 and Pin 15 on the Data Link Plug. There wasn't any soldered connection or tracks on these pins in my 2 cases so they would never have worked. I went back to my original items and they didn't list the standards so it would be a good place to start to confirm both these protocols are in the supported list of any Wifi or Bluetooth adapter you try.

    Thanks everyone for the info I have read to get this far.

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