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Old 28-05-2011   #1
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2003 Diagnostic plug?

Hi all, I have a 2003 2.0 16v Ulysse, Ive got several faults on the car ( after all it has done 50k ) the ones Im working on is EML is flashing and anti-pollution, I have a obd2 code reader and ELM327 call me daft but they dont fit in the diagnostic plug properly and they wont read the car ( no communication ) can anyone tell me what protocol these are so as I can get a adapter for my laptop? Cheers
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should find all the info you need here http://www.fiatecuscan.net/SupportedVehiclesList.aspx
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I have a Ulysse 2 2003 2.0 JTD which I keep at our holiday home in Spain. My UK car is a Peugeot 407 for which I have a Planet2000 interface/software that I purchased on Ebay. I have found that my Planet2000 works perfectly on my Ulysse and can access all systems such as reading/clearing trouble codes, key programming, enabling/disabling options, etc. It cost me around 135 and has paid for itself over the past 18 months (Peugeot and/or Fiat charge around 50 every time they put their diagnostic kit on your car). The interface hardware plugs into the USB port on my laptop and the Planet2000 software runs fine on the Windows XP operating system.

If the cost is not prohibitive, the above kit could save you a lot of cash over the long term.
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fes is less than half that though
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