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I've seen the new uSDM online and it looks like a great display to replace my gauge setup without dominating the dashboard. 

Is the G4+ going to have CAN protocol in place to work with it?

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With the CAN being configurable I'm 99% sure it will be compatible and in the past Plex have been very good at working with our products so suspect thay will have worked in with the generic dash stream.

 

 

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CAN-PCB with CAN-F is one way to do it. If you have one of our G4+ ECUs that contain CAN on the main ECU wiring harness then this may be an easier way to go.

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Hi Scott,

I have made up my own lead and plug for the uSDM, but I am really struggling to find THE pin out for my EvoLinkIX CAN Plugs- there is no info in the help file.

Looking at the following link http://www.vi-pec.com/techdata/accessories-manuals/can-catalogue I believe that I have used the yellow for CAN H (White on the lead, goes to pin 3 on the ALTW plug) and Blue for CAN L (Green on the lead, goes to pin 4 on the ALTW plug), hence I've ended up with the attached image. I have tried to swap the H and L wires on the off chance this was wrong, but still no comms. 

I have followed the PLEX instructions for setting up comms, but it's not talking!?

 

edit: I have subsequently found this thread http://forums.linkecu.com/index.php?/topic/1869-where-is-serial-connection/#comment-24947 so it looks like I DO have it correctly wired. Really would be a good addition to the excellent help file! 

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Last edit- changed the ID from '1792' (which is specified for the 300 and 500 series) to '1000' and it's working! Only thing not displaying correctly is the Lambda, I suspect it's a math problem as the value is changing- but I'm sure my car isn't running 6-7AFR :) 

 

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