To get a helpful recommendation, it might be worth you telling us what you intend to run ‘the software‘ on - is it your Android phone, iPhone, tablet or a PC? Also, some idea of what you hope to be able to do with your setup would narrow the field a bit.Can anyone recommend a good software providing maximum elm 327 connectivity for a Peugeot Autoquest which is running a Ford 2.2 Diesel TDI engine.
I suspect he would be looking for ford specific capability and the hardware required to run it, rather than limmit it to what will run on my X hardwaRe. Ive known Mac ludites buy a windoze laptop purely to run multiecuscan and an android phone to run alfaobd (both ducato software) and Torque proTo get a helpful recommendation, it might be worth you telling us what you intend to run ‘the software‘ on - is it your Android phone, iPhone, tablet or a PC? Also, some idea of what you hope to be able to do with your setup would narrow the field a bit.
The software I suggested is multi vehicle. On opening it asks you the make/model/year and adapts accordingly. Worked on merc bmw and mini - sorry no Peugeots or Fords to test.It’s a 2016 Peugeot Ellis autoquest and he uses an i phone. Ford engine. Just looking for software and hardware that will throw up any faults and clear then
m if possible, and also monitor dpf performance and status. I’ve recommended the vgate icar pro but need suggestion for suitable app. I use Multiecuscan but obviously that’s for Fiat models and his is a ford
What was actual problem, a mate has a ducato that throws this up.OBDLink LX picked up as a P0234 – Engine boost condition -limit exceeded fault.
Sorted the problem and cleared the fault from the memory with the "Torque" software, and we were on our way again.
What was actual problem, a mate has a ducato that throws this up.
Yes silver bullits quite rare. is the MAP sensor a candidate?I checked the turbo pipework but that was all okay and I did not hear anything related to pipework coming adrift prior to the event.
Wobbled a few of the sensor connectors likely to be turbo related. Started the van a couple of times and it threw up the same fault.
Checked the wiring looms and still found nothing obvious.
Upon starting the van again, the "ENGINE" message disappeared leaving just the EML light on which I cleared with the Torque app.
Just prior to going into limp we had crested a long hill revving in 4th and changed up to 6th from 4th and initially floored the throttle pedal, so at this point, I think the sudden kick of throttle may have caught out the boost red line.
I had also read that if the turbo boost sensor cabling is too close to a heat source that that can confuse the boost pressure signal from the sensor.
In short, not really sure what caused the fault and what cured it, so sorry, no silver bullet for your mate's problem.
Yvette monitored the boost pressure via the Torque app for the next 10 miles or so, and all looked to be fine and dandy.