On Board Diagnostics and Troubleshooting for Two Wheelers
Kamlesh Jaware, Rana Tonpe, Pritam Jadhav, Deepak Parmar, Bhushan Pawar
oday every new car has an OBD-II (On Board Diagnostics II ) port that can be used to retrieve vehicle diagnostics data using an chip. This microcontroller can be used to determine currently measured parameters of the vehicle, such as speed, engine and water temperature, battery charge level, and error codes for fault detection. Our research aimed at modifying and installing this module in a two-wheeler and using an application and an algorithm that perform the relevant analysis of the collected data and produces statistics on whether the currently measured value is within the suitable range. By examining the different readings (if they are alarming several times in a row) it would be possible to warn the user that there may be a problem with the vehicle. By monitoring the data, it would be possible to reduce the probability of major faults occurring and provide information about the occurrence of the fault.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 496 - 500
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