Very low profile connector?

Anyone know if there is a very low profile cable available ? The one supplied with my auto pi doesn’t fit that well - the fuse box cover doesn’t fit.

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@plord Hi !! is it Hyundai Kona ? if so, I will have same problem …
Wich protocol do you use ? I can’t find Kona on the autopie, so I should choose one and then the baud rate too… :frowning:

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Hi !! is it Hyundai Kona ? if so, I will have same problem …[/quote]

Yes, Kona Electric.

Autopi detected [6] ISO 15765-4 (CAN 11/500)

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Hi
I have the same issue in my Ioniq , but the obd port is just in 2 clips in the sides.
So i released the usb port from the holder and then it fit :slight_smile:

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Oh, nice :slight_smile: I guess you clip it back for service ?

@plord ok, thank you
Do you know the baud rate ?
Did you succeed to connect something ?
Maybe for the connector, we should unclip the Kona connector side, to have more space…

Seems to be 500000

I tried the “Can Analyzer” but got nothing :frowning_face:

I tried recording a trip - got GPS, but no speed

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@plord Thank’s.
If you are sure about odbd protocol, and nothing on the “can analyser” we should wait an update from autopi.io for EV car to have SoC and other thing’s :frowning:

I think i will , But have not have the first service yet :slight_smile:

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You might find this of use:

:wink:

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Just uploaded a RHD (mirrorred) version as well.

I bought an OBD2 3-way splitter cable, I now have 3 OBD2 ports available. One I put back into original hole, second one is used for AutoPi and third one I’ll connect to my headunit (radio) via Sparkfun’s OBD2 adapter (once I get a new headunit that is…)