The 8404 users registered have enabled us to create this table, and we thank them.It contains 8644 vehicles tested including 2285 of different types or configuration.
We remind you that the EOBD standard is governed by legislation that states that vehicles must be compatible from a specific date. More information on presentation of the OBD.
To easily diagnose your own car, download our EOBD-Facile car diagnostic software..
All GASOLINE vehicle since 2001and DIESEL vehicle since 2004 are COMPATIBLE even if they are not in the list
Find a vehicle make rapidly by using the search function in your web browser (CTRL + F) and for more details about the meaning of modes, check out our page OBD modes & PID.
To have access to all the information in the table, just sroll horizontally.
|Make(1)||Model||Engine||AM||Fuel||P(2)||Protocol||Mode 1||Mode 2||Mode 5(3)||Mode 6||Mode 7||Mode 9|
(1) - The digits between brackets (x3) correspond to the number of vehicles of the same type tested
(2) - Power in DIN horsepower (multiplied by 0.736 for the power in kW)
(3) - PID only supported for the main oxygen sensor (no.1)
Mode X column: A vehicle showing 00000000 on a mode means that no corresponding PID is active and that as a result the mode is supported but will not reply to any requests. None of the vehicles described below support mode 8.
Energy column: type of fuel, Die for diesel, Pet for petrol, Hyb for hybrid
Vehicles in this list are classified in alphabetical order depending on the make then the model, then in order of increasing power
If your vehicle is not in the table below, go to the next site also containing a list of vehicles tested. Note, the interface and protocol used as not all are supported by an ELM type interface. http://www.blafusel.de/obd/obd2_scanned.php
The tables on this page represent lists of vehicles that are compatible with the OBD standard (EOBD or OBD2 depending on the country). Compatible vehicles can be diagnosed using generic (multibrand) ELM327 interfaces.
There are several uses:
We asked the users of our EOBD-Facile software to help create this list by returning their "log" file of the connection to their vehicle. In exchange for this contribution, the software functions are available for free. The exact procedure is explained on the EOBD-Facile software page.
To understand these figures, corresponding to the parameters (PID), we have included a small program free of charge in our software. It is available from the file menu and PID Decoder
Example for a 2005 Renault Scenic 1.9 dCi 120 hp
Just select the mode and enter the figures in the corresponding fields.
Here for Mode 1:
By entering the mode 1 figures in the PID decoder, we get a list of sensors that can be read:
The principle is the same for the other modes.