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HI,
can any body help me out to make an OBD2 hardware by using simple techniques?
I am in urgent need of OBD2 circuit but I could not buy new one so I need to make one for me by myself..

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BR / Yasir Qureshi

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Hi Yasir

Welcome to AVR-freaks.
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Micro4you,
 

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Try searching the forums for ODB. Here is one link from an old thread:
http://www.circuitcellar.com/AVR...

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I don' really know a lot about what you need, but I do know that OBD2 for experimenters often involves an ELM chip or a mobydic product

elm
http://www.elmelectronics.com/in...

mobydic
http://www.ozenelektronik.com/

These chips apparently get the signals to something useful. Most folks drive them with a pc. However, you might be able to use an embedded system to get what you need.

-- you might get more help in the General Electronics section of this forum.

Also, I'm guessing that from your location , you might have problems finding a lot of resources. However, there are a lot of OBD2 scanners available, and it would probably be worth some reseach.

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A bundle of thanks for every one.. :) It was pretty helpful for me.

BR / Yasir Qureshi

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...so tell us what you did in the 2.5 years between your posts - it might help others!

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MartinM57 wrote:
...so tell us what you did in the 2.5 years between your posts - it might help others!
Well, I got busy in Intelligent Embedded Systems, Masters program in Sweden. :)
So I could not work more on OBD systems.

BR / Yasir Qureshi