We are currently looking for Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep vehicles that use the CAN Protocol to test XGauges on. Most Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep vehicles around model year 2006 began using CAN with a few models using CAN prior to 2006 and a few models that used CAN after 2006. No Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep vehicles used CAN prior to 2003.
The first step in testing is to determine what XGauge codes apply to your vehicle. Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep vehicles have a wide range of different XGauges that can possibly work on them. For example an XGauge code for Transmission Temperature for a 2010 Dodge Charger can be completely different than the XGauge code for Transmission Temperature for a Dodge Caravan. Luckily we can use the following two XGauges to essentially ask the vehicle which code versions we should try. The first XGauge (PCM) will ask for the Powertrain version, and the second XGauge (TCM) will ask for Transmission version. If your vehicle runs on CAN, at least one of these codes should come up with a value. It’s ok if only one XGauge reports a value.
|Powertrain Version||07E01A87||031100000000||4010||000100010000||PCM||Powertrain Control Module Version|
|Transmission Version||07E11A87||031100000000||4010||000100010000||TCM||Tranmission Control Module Version|
Once you have those values, simply Contact Us with the values you received from the PCM and TCM XGauges. Please also include the Make/Model/Year of your vehicle that these codes will be tested on. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can with test codes for your vehicle.