Subject: Re: Car speed conversion error
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On Tue, 26 Nov 2002 11:06:59 -0500, Joseph Legris
>> >As for CAN protocol, does anyone know which SAE or ISO standards I
>> >need to find parameter definitions in terms of the parameter's
>> >transmission rate, data length, PDU format, PDU specific, etc?
>> Asked and answered my times in rec.autos.tech
>> The correct documents can be obtained from SAE www.sae.org and ISO
>Is there a FAQ for rec.autos.tech? I searched with google and could only
>find one query there pertaining to CAN (from last year), and it went
No FAQ I'm aware of. But I do like that idea.
>Do you know of any other newsgroup that concentrates on automotive
I know of none.
But give these a try
> Also, do you know which particular SAE or ISO standard
>deals specifically with automotive implementations of CAN?
You didn't go to the source indicated above?
I would recommend keeping copies of ISO 9141 (-1,-2,-3) and the
OBD II Scan Tool
E/E Diagnostic Test Modes
E/E Data Link Security
Enhanced E/E Diagnostic Test Modes
Class B Communications Network Interface
Class B Data Communication Network Messages - Detailed Header Formats
Physical Address Assignments
Class B Data Communication Network Messages - Part 2: Data Parameter
Class B Data Communication Network Messages - Part 3: Frame IDs for
Single Byte Forms of Headers
Class B Data Communication Network Messages - Message Definitions for
Three Byte Headers
>Thanks for your help.