NASTF Information Requests

Tracking: 249 Status: Closed - Requester Satisfied
State: NJ Name: Arie
Category of Request: Other or Non-Vehicle Specific Manufacturer: NON-VEHICLE SPECIFIC

Inquiry
Have you checked the OEM website?
Yes
Description of Repair unable to perform
N/A
Description of Information not available
Is there a Matrix of all the Manufacturers per year, per model, that describes the different OBD-II protocols, being used?
Description of steps taken to obtain information (help/contact function on website, websites, etc.)
Wikipedia - "OBD value", describes 5 different protocols for communication: PWM (Ford), VPW (GM), K-Line (Chrysler), CAN Bus and J1539 (J1708) for Heavy Duty.
Other Comments or Concerns
Notes
Mary Hutchinson - 8/11/2009
Response sent to Mr. Saveliev: There is a matrix for light duty, but it isn't as complete as one would like. It doesn't drill down to specific systems. It can be assumed that the protocols in these sheets pertain to drive-train only. Here are some links. http://obdclearinghouse.com/index.php?body=can This one covers older vehicles http://obdclearinghouse.com/index.php?body=oemdb Every 2008 and newer light-duty vehicle must use the CAN protocol J2284 (US) or ISO 15031 (International), theses specs are almost identical. Heavy duty is not listed in the above spreadsheets, but it can be assumed that all U.S. manufacturers use J1587/J1708 or J1939 CAN on most OBD equipped engines. European and Japanese engines are more likely to use either ISO 14229 UDS and ISO 15031.
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