OBD II Codes – What Can Be Used

Using the OBD II Codes can generate the following – depending on the manufacturer and what is tracked on the vehicle.

  1. Determine PIDs supported (range 01h to 20h )
  2. Trouble codes and on board test information
  3. Freeze frame trouble code
  4. Fuel system status
  5. Calculated load value
  6. Coolant temperature
  7. Short term fuel % trim Bank 1
  8. Long term fuel % trim Bank 1
  9. Short term fuel % trim Bank 2
  10. Long term fuel % trim Bank 2
  11. Fuel pressure
  12. Intake Manifold Pressure
  13. Engine RPM
  14. Vehicle speed
  15. Timing advance
  16. Intake air temperature
  17. Maf air flow
  18. Absolute Throttle sensor position
  19. Secondary air status
  20. Oxygen sensor locations bank/sensor
  21. Oxy. sensor voltage bank1 sensor1
  22. Oxy. sensor voltage bank1 sensor2
  23. Oxy. sensor voltage bank1 sensor3
  24. Oxy. sensor voltage bank1 sensor4
  25. Oxy. sensor voltage bank2 sensor1
  26. Oxy. sensor voltage bank2 sensor2
  27. Oxy. sensor voltage bank2 sensor3
  28. Oxy. sensor voltage bank2 sensor4
  29. Design OBD requirements
  30. Alternate Oxy sensor locations
  31. Auxilliary input status
  32. Time since engine start
  33. Determine PIDs supported (range 21h to 40h )
  34. Distance traveled while MIL is activated
  35. Fuel rail pressure relative manifold
  36. Fuel rail pressure
  37. Bank 1 – sensor 1 (wide range O2S)
  38. Bank 1 – sensor 2 (wide range O2S)
  39. Bank 1 – sensor 3 (wide range O2S)
  40. Bank 1 – sensor 4 (wide range O2S)
  41. Bank 2 – sensor 1 (wide range O2S)
  42. Bank 2 – sensor 2 (wide range O2S)
  43. Bank 2 – sensor 3 (wide range O2S)
  44. Bank 2 – sensor 4 (wide range O2S)
  45. Commanded EGR
  46. EGR error
  47. Commanded evaporative purge
  48. Fuel level input
  49. Number of warn-ups since DTCs cleared
  50. Distance traveled since DTCs cleared
  51. Evap system vapor pressure
  52. Barometric pressure
  53. Bank 1 – sensor 1 (wide range O2S)
  54. Bank 1 – sensor 2 (wide range O2S)
  55. Bank 1 – sensor 3 (wide range O2S)
  56. Bank 1 – sensor 4 (wide range O2S)
  57. Bank 2 – sensor 1 (wide range O2S)
  58. Bank 2 – sensor 2 (wide range O2S)
  59. Bank 2 – sensor 3 (wide range O2S)
  60. Bank 2 – sensor 4 (wide range O2S)
  61. Catalyst Temperature bank 1, sensor 1
  62. Catalyst Temperature bank 2, sensor 1
  63. Catalyst Temperature bank 1, sensor 2
  64. Catalyst Temperature bank 2, sensor 2
  65. Determine PIDs supported (range 41h to 60h )
  66. Monitor status this driving cycle
  67. Control module voltage
  68. Absolute load value
  69. Fuel/air commanded equivalence ratio
  70. Relative throttle position
  71. Ambiant air temperature
  72. Absolute throttle position B
  73. Absolute throttle position C
  74. Accelerator pedal position D
  75. Accelerator pedal position E
  76. Accelerator pedal position F
  77. Commanded throttle actuator control
  78. Engine run time while MIL is activated
  79. Engine run time since DTCs cleared
  80. External test equipment configuration information #1
  81. External test equipment configuration information #2
  82. Type of fuel currently being utilized by the vehicule
  83. Alcohol fuel pourcentage
  84. Absolute evap system vapor pressure
  85. Evap system vapor pressure
  86. Short term secondary O2 sensor fuel trim – bank 1 and 3
  87. Long term secondary O2 sensor fuel trim – bank 1 and 3
  88. Short term secondary O2 sensor fuel trim – bank 2 and 4
  89. Long term secondary O2 sensor fuel trim – bank 2 and 4
  90. Fuel rail pressure (absolute)
  91. Relative accelerator pedal position
  92. Hybrid battery pack remaining life
  93. Engine oil temperature
  94. Fuel injection timing
  95. Engine fuel rate
  96. Emission requirements to which vehicule is designed
  97. Determine PIDs supported (range 61h to 80h )
  98. Driver’s demand engine – percent torque
  99. Actual engine – percent torque
  100. Engine reference torque
  101. Engine percent torque data
  102. Auxiliary inputs / outputs
  103. Mass air flow sensor
  104. Engine coolant temperature
  105. Intake air temperature sensor
  106. Commanded EGR and EGR error
  107. Commanded diesel intake air flow control and relative intake air flow position
  108. Exhaust gas recirculation temperature
  109. Commanded throttle actuator control and relative throttle position
  110. Fuel pressure control system
  111. Injection pressure control system
  112. Turbocharger compressor inlet pressure
  113. Boost pressure control
  114. Variable geometry turbo (VGT) control
  115. Wastegate control
  116. Exhaust pressure
  117. Turbocharger RPM
  118. Turbocharger A temperature
  119. Turbocharger B temperature
  120. Charge air cooler temperature (CACT)
  121. Exhaust gas temperature (EGT) bank 1
  122. Exhaust gas temperature (EGT) bank 2
  123. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) bank 1
  124. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) bank 2
  125. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) temperature
  126. Nox NTE control area status
  127. PM NTE control area status
  128. Engine run time
  129. Determine PIDs supported (range 81h to A0h )
  130. Engine run time for AECD #1 – #5
  131. Engine run time for AECD #6 – #10
  132. Nox sensor
  133. Manifold surface temperature
  134. Nox control system
  135. Particulate matter (PM) sensor
  136. Intake manifold absolute pressure
  137. ISO/SAE reserved
  138. Determine PIDs supported (range A1h to C0h )
  139. Determine PIDs supported (range C1h to E0h )
  140. Determine PIDs supported (range E1h to FFh )

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