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3ur Engine toyota/ lexus OBD work ?

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Thank you all for the support

 I want to install CD7 into Toyota Tundra 3ur engine with supercharging 2015

my question could I make the CD7 configuration with Factory ECU by OBD. Or I need to to install 22 CHANNEL CAN SENSOR MODULE

mostly we need CD7  for live data temperature, rpm, speed, boost, and safety alarms 

if there any recommendation, please share with us 

Best Regards 

AEM_NS
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Any channels that aren't in

Any channels that aren't in the OBDII channel stream would have to come from another CAN device such as the 6 or 22 Ch CSM.

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so all Chanel in that obd can

so all Chanel in that obd can be config and display in CD7 ??  so it works with 3ur ECM and OBD ?? 

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First, thank you for

First, thank you for responding

so all Chanel in that obd can be config and display in CD7 ?? so it works with 3ur ECM and OBD ??

Could I use both obd and 22 channels?

thankyou thankyou 

Best Regards

thankyou for support

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The CD dash will work with

The CD dash will work with standard OBDII data stream with generic channels that are available on all CAN OBDII vehicles. Please note that not all vehicle display all the possible OBDII PIDs.  The dash will display whichever PIDs are available.  The dash does not work with any specific OEM ECU to show proprietary PIDs - only the generic OBDII data stream just like a regular OBDII reader device.  As I said in my first reply, any channels that aren't in the OBDII channel stream would have to come from another CAN device such as the 6 or 22 Ch CSM.  

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First, thank you for

First, thank you for responding

Could I use both obd II and 22 channels?

 

thankyou thankyou

Best Regards

thankyou for support

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Yes, of course. OBDII is

Yes, of course. OBDII is typically ran on port 2 of the dash and all AEMnet devices are ran on port 1. There's no limit to how many AEMnet devices you can add.