Diag My Toyota

Diag My Toyota


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OBD II App that will communicate with your Toyota Engine ECU vehicles. This app requires OBDII ELM 327 Bluetooth(See Below). It will Read Enhance/Extended PIDS(130 PIDS). It will support certain ranges of Toyota Models and Years (2000-2006 Toyota). Currently, it will support ISO-9141 protocol Only.

Tested Successfully on the Following Vehicles
*2004 Toyota Camry
*2002 Toyota Camry Solara

Disclaimer Notice:

Do not attempt to enter information or adjust your device while driving. Failure to pay full attention to the operation of your vehicle could result in death, serious injury, or property damage. You assume total
responsibility and risk for using your device with this app.

HARDWARE REQUIREMENT: ELM 327 (Clone Type) Bluetooth Adapter.
Vendors Type: CHX, OBDII, Vgate Bluetooth Device tested OK.

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Recently changed in this version

Fixed: Bug Fix

Comments and ratings for Diag My Toyota
  • (40 stars)

    by Michael Luscher on 22/09/2014

    On '06 USDM Camry, with either OBDLink MX or ELM327, no matter what I try, it won't talk to the ECU, disappointing.

  • (40 stars)

    by Monica Rosales on 29/08/2014

    Could not use it

  • (40 stars)

    by Livan Garcia on 21/08/2014

    .... And still this shows error with Bluetooth

  • (40 stars)

    by VI MO on 14/08/2014

    My car is new so but it works well

  • (40 stars)

    by MnoMno Pee on 06/03/2014

    I use torque successfully. This won't connect even if torque is uninstalled

  • (40 stars)

    by Dougal Howat on 18/11/2013

    Using j-obd was able to read a fault- o2 sensor heater. Able to read the pid data. Hoping for sine improvements in interface/stability. Thank you.

  • (40 stars)

    by Jamie Macintyre on 11/11/2013

    Working on my 2003 ST246 Caldina using the JOBD option in the settings.

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