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OBD2 setup on 2006 5 speed Alphard 3L


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Having spent many hours online looking for the correct initialisation code to use Torque Pro with my Alphard, I have finally found a bluetooth reader / code combination that works on this model. It only took four months¬†ūü§£

 

So, I am using the VGate iCar Pro BLE 4.0. I have a no-name chinese ELM reader that doesn't work and another that I will give a go as soon as I get it out of the other car as the VGate doesn't seem to bluetooth connect with my head unit.

 

In Torque Pro for the initialisation string I used the preset for Toyota (JDM, Celica, Corolla, Camry) which is:

 

ATIB 96
ATIIA 13
ATSH 8113F1
ATSP A4
ATSW 00

 

I hope this might help someone.

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2 hours ago, steveknight said:

Oh, and thank you @Ldrego for your awesome videos which have been incredibly helpful since I bought my Alphard!

Thanks Steve. It is great to get feedback. I think there are now over 100 videos up there now!

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It's amazing, without them I would never have been so confident to roll my sleeves up and change the head unit (and lots of other things) - you really helped.

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3 hours ago, Ldrego said:

Thanks Steve. It is great to get feedback. I think there are now over 100 videos up there now!

Hey Steve Can you please share link to your videos? Are they on YouTube? Channel name? Thanks 

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23 minutes ago, Teekay said:

Hey Steve Can you please share link to your videos? Are they on YouTube? Channel name? Thanks 

 

Cuttothechase on Youtube for the videos.

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