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Scan date=2018-01-26 14:34:59 Device name=OBDLink LX Device mac=##:##:##:##:##:## Device Version (Declared)=ELM327 v1.3a Command Ver Rslt AT@1 1.0 OK ATSPA6 1.0 OK ATTPA6 1.0 OK ATTP6 1.0 OK ATSP00 1.3 OK ATSP6 1.0 OK ATAL 1.0 OK ATNL 1.0 OK ATAMC 2.0 KO ATAMT20 2.0 KO ATRA70 1.3 OK ATSR70 1.2 OK ATAR 1.2 OK ATAT0 1.2 OK ATAT2 1.2 OK ATAT1 1.2 OK ATBD 1.0 OK ATBRT0F 1.2 OK ATCAF0 1.0 OK ATCAF1 1.0 OK ATCEA04 1.4 OK ATCERF1 2.2 KO ATCEA 1.4 OK ATCF00000111 1.0 OK ATCF111 1.0 OK ATCFC0 1.0 OK ATCFC1 1.0 OK ATCM00000111 1.0 OK ATCM111 1.0 OK ATCP18 1.0 OK ATCRA7C0 1.3 OK ATCRA000007C0 1.3 OK ATCRA 1.4b OK ATCS 1.0 OK ATCSM0 1.4b OK ATCSM1 1.4b OK ATCTM5 2.1 KO ATCTM1 2.1 KO ATCV0000 1.4 OK ATD1 1.3 OK ATD0 1.3 OK ATDP 1.0 OK ATDPN 1.0 OK ATE0 1.0 OK ATE1 1.0 OK ATFCSD0430FF00 1.1 OK ATFCSH000007B0 1.1 OK ATFCSH7B0 1.1 OK ATFCSM0 1.1 OK ATFE 1.3a OK ATH0 1.0 OK ATH1 1.0 OK ATI 1.0 OK ATIB10 1.0 OK ATIB12 2.2 KO ATIB15 2.2 KO ATIB48 1.4 OK ATIB96 1.0 OK ATIFRS 1.2 OK ATIFRH 1.2 OK ATIFR0 1.2 OK ATIFR2 1.2 OK ATIFR1 1.2 OK ATIFR6 2.2 KO ATIFR5 2.2 KO ATIFR4 2.2 KO ATIGN 1.4 OK ATIIA7A 1.2 OK ATJS 1.3 OK ATJE 1.3 OK ATJHF0 1.4b OK ATJHF1 1.4b OK ATJTM5 1.4b OK ATJTM1 1.4b OK ATKW 1.3 OK ATKW0 1.2 OK ATKW1 1.2 OK ATL0 1.0 OK ATL1 1.0 OK ATM1 1.0 OK ATM0 1.0 OK ATPPFFON 1.1 OK ATPPFFOFF 1.1 OK ATR0 1.0 OK ATR1 1.0 OK ATRV 1.0 OK ATS0 1.3 OK ATS1 1.3 OK ATSDFF 1.4 OK ATRD 1.4 OK ATSH000007E0 2.0 KO ATSHA848F1 1.0 OK ATSH7B0 1.0 OK ATST32 1.0 OK ATSWFF 1.0 OK ATTAF9 1.4 OK ATV1 1.3 OK ATV0 1.3 OK ATWMC133F13E 1.0 OK ATPC 1.0 OK ATWS 1.0 OK ATD 1.0 OK ATZ 1.0 OK
I wouldn't bother w/such a tool. Who knows how they determine "compatible" or not? Don't waste any more time on eBay.sonic1 wrote:found that Ebay has added a compatibility tool. I searched for OBD2 bluetooth Nissan Leaf and got many results.
I found it interesting that the Leaf Spy description does not mention a minimum ELM327 version. Also in that test app I mention above 1.5 is not listed for any of the AT commands. They jump from 1.4b to 2.0.baustin wrote:When I purchased mine three years ago, I found that it had to be a version 1.5 to work with Leaf Spy. The first one I bought was a version 2.1 and it would not work. This one should work: https://smile.amazon.com/UCar-Bluetooth ... rds=elm327
Forget the mention of version numbers or a minimum. Getting a "2.1" device might == doesn't work.scottf200 wrote:I found it interesting that the Leaf Spy description does not mention a minimum ELM327 version. Also in that test app I mention above 1.5 is not listed for any of the AT commands. They jump from 1.4b to 2.0.baustin wrote:When I purchased mine three years ago, I found that it had to be a version 1.5 to work with Leaf Spy. The first one I bought was a version 2.1 and it would not work. This one should work: https://smile.amazon.com/UCar-Bluetooth ... rds=elm327
I found that Amazon does carry a couple listed in the wiki.sonic1 wrote:Scott, thanks for the link. That will at least let me know what protocols work with the adapter. I returned all the adapters I had, so I am not out $ but I did spend too much time tying to get them working.
The Wiki data is out of date, nothing there is available now.
I new about the V1.5 issues, and bought units that claimed to be V1.5.
I also purchased a unit off of Amazon that claimed to work with the car, but didn't.
I've used an LELink OBD2 dongle (from Amazon at "https://www.amazon.com/LELink-Bluetooth ... B00QJRYMFC") on two 2015 LEAF SVs, a 2015 S (on dealers' lots) and a 2017 SL (at a Drive Electric event), with LeafSpy Pro on an iPhone 7. I recall LeafSpy showed about 80 AHrs for the 2017 SL, so the dongle was apparently working.sonic1 wrote:Last summer I purchased for my wife a 2017 Leaf. I wanted to use Leaf Spy to keep on eye on the battery condition. I looked at the Wiki for usable adapters, but found all of them listed are not available. I did try 3 different ones, and none of them worked. They are:
BAFX Products 34t5 Bluetooth OBDII Scan Tool for Android
2015 Mini ELM327 OBD2 II Bluetooth Car Auto Diagnostic Interface Scanner
ANCEL V1.5 BT
With each one, I connect to the dongle via bluetooth, but I get read errors when it tries to connect to the Leaf. Today I searched again on Ebay for another dongle, and found that Ebay has added a compatibility tool. I searched for OBD2 bluetooth Nissan Leaf and got many results. I tried the tool and each time it says that it works with the 2015 Leaf, but not with the 2017 Leaf. Has anyone used Leaf Spy with a 2017 Leaf, and if so, which adapter did you use? Also, does anyone know why adapters would be compatible with the 2015 and not the 2017?