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  • #31
    So drumrolll..... got it working. Thanks for the input and ideas guys. WIll post the answer in m gauge thread.

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    • #32
      07DF0178 is out of the OBDII standard. Mode (01), and PID (78) for EGT bank1. Look them up on Wikipedia.
      Not all PIDs are Toyota specific (ie Mode 21).

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      • #33
        Originally posted by nudgebar View Post
        DPF Level Accumulation Guage ( DPA ) ( in % )
        TXD: 07E02138
        RXF: 032104780000
        RXD: 4008
        MTH: 000200010000 ( x2 % ) or 000100010000 ( x 1 % )

        custom command to start burn is - 3029060101
        What is a diffrence between DPA gauge as quoted and DPF Soot Load (%) - STL which is published on SG web site?
        DPF Soot Load (%) -STL
        07E02138
        032100000000
        4008
        000200010000

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        • #34
          exactly the same thing , just a different way of describing it.

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          • #35
            Hi All,

            Scangauge doco has "DPF Regen State (states) RGN(1)" and "Exhaust Fuel Addition Injector Status (EFA)" X-gauges under their "Toyota 2016+" list.

            Neither work for me (2017 model 1GD) but would be nice to have access to these or similar to get a fuller DPF picture. Does anyone have further info on these or similar working codes ?

            Cheers

            PS:
            "DPF TEMP (DPF):" and "DPF % ACCUMULATION LEVEL (DPA):" per post #12 (p1) both work fine for me.

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            • #36
              Hi all, just wonder if anyone has managed to get a Scanguage torque converter lock up code to work for a 2014 D4D auto ? (if there even is one- I note Scanguage says testing required on their AU site)

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              • #37
                A 2014 Prado would have a 5-speed gearbox, so I can't help you much (mine is the 6-speed). Apart from: keep searching - there are several threads on gearbox PIDs here. And, I think the older US Tacoma used the same 5-sp gearbox, so you may find info there if you don't find it on Pradopoint.

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