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I just a bought a PnP Link G4+ ECU for my 1999 WRX. I have a question about OBD2 wiring. Should I wire the OBD2 plug like this: Or can I use just use the " CAN2/OBD" connector on the ECU board which has the "+14V" output? I just want to use an ELM327 bluetooth OBD2 reader on the port. Is the ECU able to power the device or have I completely misunderstood purpose of the +14V pin? Thank you in advance. Br, Timo
Hi all just need a bit of advice and guidance please. I have recently purchased the Link G4+ storm for my '95 Celica GT4 ST205 on the advice of some members and admin. I am going to be buying a new android head unit for the car so I can get some apps to view gauges e.g.Torque. Now seeing as the car only has OBD1 capabilities and having read that you can configure the CAN BUS to have an OBD2 output I was thinking what would would; 1) be a good android head unit e.g. Pumpkin head unit as they use Bluetooth and wifi and relatively cheap. 2) what would be the best OBD2 reader/transmitter (Bluetooth or wifi) with any examples for most accurate real time data streaming 3) be the best app to show me some gauges e.g. Boost, intake temp, oil temp, AFR, knock, coolant temp etc. 4) the best cables to use to convert the CAN BUS to OBD2 and how to go about it. Just a quick mention the ecu is located behind the centre console on the floor so would only be about 30cm from head unit max incase i need to wire in any resistors or not as I don't think I would need a long cable as OBD2 reader/transmitter would be right there to connect to the head unit. Thank you in advance