Car Gauge Lite OBD2

Car Gauge Lite OBD2


You can create custom gauges and the application will communicate with the vehicles ECU at the 16 Pin OBD II diagnostic connecter. Most of the OBD II connector location should be under the Steering Wheel Compartment. ELM 327 Bluetooth Adapter is required to make this application work. Car Gauge Lite not only can be exciting with gauges, it is a Professional Scan Tool. Do you have a check engine light on? Do you want to know the Readiness Status will pass for a Smog Inspection? Do you want to check the functionality of the Sensors and determine the status of the Mode 5/6 Emission On-board Test(Some Models may not support it)? Car Gauge Lite will show you.


***Car Gauge Pro available Car Gauge Pro

(See information below for the hardware type requirement.)

Vehicle computer system have multiple signal protocols and ELM 327 supports many of them. Currently, the following protocols are supported by the app and MUST be an OBD II Compliant Vehicle.


[Protocols Supported]

* VPW - 1996-2004 Year (GM vehicles)
* PWM - 1996-2004 Year (Ford vehicles)
* ISO 9141(Slow) - 1996-2004 (Chrysler, European, and Asian vehicles)
* KWP 2000(Slow/Fast) - 1996-2004 (Chrysler, European, and Asian vehicles)
* CAN (11/29 Bit) - (2004 and Newer)


[Car Gauge Lite Supports the Following with Limited Views]

[OBD II Generic]
* Mode 1 - Analog/Digital Gauges (160/215 Generic PIDS)
* Mode 1 - List View (220 Generic PIDS)
* Mode 2 - Freeze Frame Data
* Mode 3 - Read Current Faults
* Mode 4 - Clear Faults
* Mode 5 - O2 Sensor Test Result (Non CAN Bus)
* Mode 6 - On-board Test Result
* Mode 7 - Read Pending Faults
* Mode 8 - Evaporative System Leak Test
* Mode 9 - Vin, Performance Tracking Data, ECU Name, Calibration and Verification ID
* Mode A - Read Stored Faults
* I/M Readiness Status
* O2 Sensor Location

Disclaimer Notice:
Do not attempt to enter information or adjust your device while driving. Failure to pay full attention to the operation of your vehicle could result in death, serious injury, or property damage. You assume total responsibility and risk for using your device with this app.

The App is setup for importing background, needle skins and gauge skins from SD card. You can download it from the website.

MINIMUM VM HEAP SIZE (24m). Anything lower may cause the application to force close while adjusting gauge size.


HARDWARE REQUIREMENT: ELM 327 (Clone Type) Bluetooth Adapter.
Vendors Type: CHX, OBDII, Vgate Bluetooth Device tested OK.

Recent changes:
Up to date with the latest features. View limitations applies in lite version.
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About Car Gauge Lite OBD2
You can create custom gauges and the application will communicate with the vehicles ECU at the 16 Pin OBD II diagnostic connecter. Most of the OBD II connector location should be under the Steering Wheel Compartment. ELM 327 Bluetooth Adapter is required to make this application work. Car Gauge Lite not only can be exciting with gauges, it is a Professional Scan Tool. Do you have a check engine light on? Do you want to know the Readiness Status will pass for a Smog Inspection? Do you want to check the functionality of the Sensors and determine the status of the Mode 5/6 Emission On-board Test(Some Models may not support it)? Car Gauge Lite will show you.


***Car Gauge Pro available Car Gauge Pro

(See information below for the hardware type requirement.)

Vehicle computer system have multiple signal protocols and ELM 327 supports many of them. Currently, the following protocols are supported by the app and MUST be an OBD II Compliant Vehicle.


[Protocols Supported]

* VPW - 1996-2004 Year (GM vehicles)
* PWM - 1996-2004 Year (Ford vehicles)
* ISO 9141(Slow) - 1996-2004 (Chrysler, European, and Asian vehicles)
* KWP 2000(Slow/Fast) - 1996-2004 (Chrysler, European, and Asian vehicles)
* CAN (11/29 Bit) - (2004 and Newer)


[Car Gauge Lite Supports the Following with Limited Views]

[OBD II Generic]
* Mode 1 - Analog/Digital Gauges (160/215 Generic PIDS)
* Mode 1 - List View (220 Generic PIDS)
* Mode 2 - Freeze Frame Data
* Mode 3 - Read Current Faults
* Mode 4 - Clear Faults
* Mode 5 - O2 Sensor Test Result (Non CAN Bus)
* Mode 6 - On-board Test Result
* Mode 7 - Read Pending Faults
* Mode 8 - Evaporative System Leak Test
* Mode 9 - Vin, Performance Tracking Data, ECU Name, Calibration and Verification ID
* Mode A - Read Stored Faults
* I/M Readiness Status
* O2 Sensor Location

Disclaimer Notice:
Do not attempt to enter information or adjust your device while driving. Failure to pay full attention to the operation of your vehicle could result in death, serious injury, or property damage. You assume total responsibility and risk for using your device with this app.

The App is setup for importing background, needle skins and gauge skins from SD card. You can download it from the website.

MINIMUM VM HEAP SIZE (24m). Anything lower may cause the application to force close while adjusting gauge size.


HARDWARE REQUIREMENT: ELM 327 (Clone Type) Bluetooth Adapter.
Vendors Type: CHX, OBDII, Vgate Bluetooth Device tested OK.

Recent changes:
Up to date with the latest features. View limitations applies in lite version.

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A Google User
Jul 2, 2014
It is the only application that worked with my murano, but the issue is there is no auto connect on startup no matter what auto settings I enter I still have to click many buttons to connect to my OBD everytime, would give 5 stars if you fix this issue
A Google User
Feb 8, 2014
Great! I have a prius Gen1 (nhw10). Since it is communicates on m-obd could not find anything to read live data with. This app does it. Sometime crashes but may need to tweak the settings. Definitely will go pro!
A Google User
Jan 7, 2014
Java error first screen
A Google User
Dec 25, 2013
Great
A Google User
Dec 21, 2013
Extended PIDs? Or just generic PIDs?