awesome infoBreaking news:
I just found out that in order to use OBD2 on PSA's newer EVs (like the e208, Corsa-e etc...) we need a special adapter cable.
I found this info trying to use Power Cruise Control OBD2 app:
All you need for EV travelling in one App, Charging points, Energy calculations, Real-time car data and Easy interfacepowercruisecontrol.com
They have support for our PSA EVs, but it needs this adapter cable (and then I think you can use any OBD2 dongle):
It seems that the reason we aren't able to just use or standard OBD2 dongles is that they try to communicate on the canbus pins that are usually occupied on ICE cars. On our EVs these pins are not occupied.
I just ordered mine from the Amazon link above. So I will keep you guys updated when I receive it, and post what information I'm able to get with the various apps.
On the RHD it’s in the glove box
Thanks!On LHD it's not in the glove box. It's under a plastic panel below the light switch.
Take a look here, there are pictures explaining where it is:
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When you say adapter you mean the one from Power Cruise Control?Can confirm this works with Power Cruise Control on my e-2008 GT.
UK car, fusebox cover needs to be left off, glovebox just closes with the adaptor plugged in & the OBDII dongle in the fusebox.
Yes, I purchased both the adapter and the dongle from them via amazon Italy. Arrived today. I went for the Android & Apple dongle as I migrate often.When you say adapter you mean the one from Power Cruise Control?
If so, that's good news.
I still haven't received mine
EVNotify app doesn't work because there is no profile for the car type (yet)In the past I've used the Torque App on my ICE cars.
I also noticed there is EVNotify App, but haven't tried it yet, as my OBD2 dongles don't work without the adapter.