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    Need to borrow a 1g datalogger...

    Anyone in aus have a 1g datalogger i could borrow for a week? Ill pay postage and whatknot i just dont need to spend $120+ on one for some quick troubleshooting! If anyone has one they would let me borrow please let me know...

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    you just need a laptop with a serial port and make your own cable. lots of diys/how-tos on here and 3si. then download the programs from your fav torrent site
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    I use A serial > usb converter for my magna.... So is it possible to use that with the serial > obd cable too? I honestly never knew that. if its that easy ill find out how to do it quicksmart!

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    Yes, you can use the usb to serial adapter.

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    JOE - is something like this suitable?
    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/USB-Vag-Com-O...item3cb230edea

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    That's OBDII so no good.

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    WTF Why do listings state it's OBD1 if it's NOT an OBD1 cable. FFS Ebay. Gah....Might suss out gaycar for a plug...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUFFTR View Post
    WTF Why do listings state it's OBD1 if it's NOT an OBD1 cable. FFS Ebay. Gah....Might suss out gaycar for a plug...
    Jaycar don't sell OBDI connectors. You don't need a plug anyway. Just use small spade connectors.

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