ODB2 Pin layout


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  • #34230
    Avatarmikecave
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    Hi Guys, Long shot, but does anyone know the 6pin (actually 4 as top right and bottom right are not used) layout for me to connect the bike to a ODB2 app such as Tourque?

    Im hoping somome must know! 🙂

     

    along th elines of fig ne on the attached.

    https://tuneecu.net/TuneECU_BR_PT/AustrianBikeComponents.html

    #34232
    VanessaVanessa
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    It’s not too difficult to find out with a multimeter. Finding the ground pin is easy, just connect the meter to a good earth point on the bike and use a continuity check. Similarly to find the +12V power pin, keep the meter on the earth point, and then look for the pin with +12v on it. The remaining two pins are the comms lines. CAN H & L. You won’t damage anything if these are swapped, you just won’t be able to “talk” to the bike. If this is the case then just swap them round and you’re good to go!

    #34233
    Avatarmikecave
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    Vanessa, thank you so much I guess I should of used common sense! I have a multimeter so can work this out and post my findings. Can I ask how to do a continuity test? That’s the only head scratch part!

    #34234
    SvePilSvePil
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    Maybe this will help. Look at the pinout picture

    https://kds-online.de/de/obd-adapter-ktm-motorrad-6-pin-auf-obd2-k-line-can-bus.html

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    #34236
    Avatarmikecave
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    I did see this but it’s a visually different socket. So I guess it’s not correct.

    #34237
    SvePilSvePil
    Participant

    Ok. How does your socket look like? It them must be different from the 701 socket?

    #34256
    Avatarmikecave
    Participant

    So for anyone interested….

    Grey and Pink 12v

    Thick yellow black CAN H (or L)

    Green CAN H or L

    Thick black thin yellow ground

    #34258
    VanessaVanessa
    Participant

    Hi Mike, so you figured it out! Great! I guess you worked out how to do a continuity check. So I don’t need to answer that then 😉

     

    #34246
    Avatarmikecave
    Participant

    B63-D446-E-3-A79-4-B21-A3-DB-28-C6-BAADEF7-C
    EE31428-C-A1-D8-4-E68-84-C3-5-E931-EAFC766

    #35061
    Avatarmrlm
    Participant

    If that’s the socket on the bike it looks like the new Euro standard for canbus OBDII</p>
    Google com /search?q=ISO%2FDIS+19689

    Just be aware its not the same as the older KTM cable but they are readily available.

    Www lonelec co uk/Euro5-6-Pin-OBD2-Adaptor-ISO19689

     

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    #35065
    Avatarmrlm
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    If that’s the socket on the bike it looks like the new Euro standard for canbus OBDII
    Google com / search?q=ISO%2FDIS+19689

    Just be aware its not the same as the older KTM cable but they are readily available.

    Www lonelec co uk / Euro5-6-Pin-OBD2-Adaptor-ISO19689

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