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  1. The vehicle in question is a Toyota GT86 aka Subaru BRZ. I believe I have all the CAN data (6 messages) necessary for the operation of a key-start vehicle, thanks to a bunch of people including Tiz in this thread. It's the push-button start vehicles that use a couple of extra messages I have yet to decode. There's probably one or two more 'nice to have' messages that contain things like CEL, Traction Control lights and Cruise Control indicators that I also need to track down.
  2. Unfortunately this drastically limits the number of frames we can work with, as there are only six streams available, at one frame each. Basically meaning you have two options for vehicles which utilise more than six frames: a third party CAN-to-IO/CAN-to-CAN adapter, or go with someone else's product?
  3. Not the Vehicle OEM in this case. Aftermarket ECU vendors, first one that springs to mind is Emtron, do this. After all, what other possible purpose could there be for allowing multiple frames to be defined on a single stream? Two different messages with the same message ID would be... Bad.
  4. Huge thanks to Tiz for the headstart. I've taken the data and made some corrections based on the known format of the Can messages used in these cars. Also reduced the number of needed channels to four, leaving two spare. (This is based on an untested assumption that each frame added to a stream increments the transmitted or received ID by one (so on a stream with ID 354, Frame 1 would be 354, Frame 2 would be 355, etc.) as this is how other vendors do things. I'm left with one limitation. At present the G4+ cannot take a starter request via CAN. Am I missing something? As I can assign an attribute to a CAN DI#, but I can't then do anything with that input. I'd be super keen if I could configure CAN DI#s the same way as normal DI#s (though it would probably require an additional value to set momentary/toggle)
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