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Old 05-30-2008, 07:16 AM   #1
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I have a cable that lets me log some data on my laptop. I'll only have it for a short time. Anyone have any questions they want answered by data? Of course my data is specific to my car and driving, but it can probably still apply a lot to other cars. I can log any 4 at a time of the following:

03: Fuel system 1/2 status (Open loop vs. closed loop -- I believe this differs vastly from other vehicles, as mine doesn't go open except in DFCO)
04: Calculated load value
05: Engine coolant temperature
06: Short Term Trim Bank 1
07: Long Term Trim Bank 1
11: Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure
12: Engine RPM
13: Vehicle Speed
14: Ignition timing advance for cyl #1
15: Intake Air temperature
16: Mass Air Flow
17: Throttle position sensor
18: Secondary Air Status
19: Location of O2 Sensors
21: Bank 1 Sensor 2 Status
22: Bank 1 Sensor 3 Status
28: OBD Requeirements Met
31: Time since engine start
33: Distance travelled with MIL active
46: Commanded evaporative purge
48: Warm-ups since DTC cleared
49: Distance since DTC cleared
51: Barometric pressure
52: Bank 1 Sensor 1 Status
60: B1S1 Cat. Temp.
62: B1S2 Cat. Temp.
66: Control module voltage
67: Absolute Load Value
68: Commanded Equivalence Ratio
69: Relative Throttle Position
70: Ambient Air Temp
71: Absolute Throttle Position B
73: Accelerator Pedal Position D
74: Accelerator Pedal Position E
76: Commanded Throttle Actuator Control
81: Fuel type
86: Long term sec. O2 trim bank 1/3
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Old 05-30-2008, 08:58 PM   #2
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What's #81: 'Fuel type'?
Might that be the car's interpretation of the octane rating of the fuel you're using?
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I'm almost entirely sure that it's diesel vs. gasoline, but I'll have to try it and see what it says the next time I drive that car.
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