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OBD-II Scan Tool

2022-05-26
CURRENT
J1978_202205
SAE J1978/ISO 15031-4 specifies a complementary set of functions to be provided by an OBD-II scan tool. These functions provide complete, efficient, and safe access to all regulated OBD (on-board diagnostic) services on any vehicle which is compliant with SAE J1978/ISO 15031-4. The SAE J1978 content of this document is intended to satisfy the requirements of an OBD-II scan tool as required by current U.S. on-board diagnostic (OBD) regulations. The ISO 15031-4 content of this document is intended to satisfy the requirements of OBD requirements in countries other than the U.S., and includes functionality not required or not allowed in the U.S. This document specifies: A means of establishing communications between an OBD-equipped vehicle and an OBD-II scan tool. A set of diagnostic services to be provided by an OBD-II scan tool in order to exercise the services defined in SAE J1979/ISO 15031-5.
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TP1.6 Vehicle Diagnostic Protocol

2022-05-02
CURRENT
J3054_202205
This SAE Information Report defines the diagnostic communication protocol TP1.6. This document should be used in conjunction with SAE J2534-2 in order to fully implement the communication protocol in an SAE J2534 interface. Some Volkswagen of America and Audi of America vehicles are equipped with ECU(s), in which a TP1.6 proprietary diagnostic communication protocol is implemented. The purpose of this document is to specify the requirements necessary to implement the communication protocol in an SAE J2534 interface. This SAE Information Report describes how a tester can be connected to a vehicle to perform diagnostics using the TP1.6 protocol. Details regarding ECU to ECU communication have been left out.
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J1979-DA, Digital Annex of E/E Diagnostic Test Modes

2022-03-31
CURRENT
J1979DA_202203
On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) regulations require passenger cars, and light and medium duty trucks, to support communication of a minimum set of diagnostic information to off-board “generic” test equipment. This document specifies the diagnostic data which may be required to be supported by motor vehicles and external test equipment for diagnostic purposes which pertain to motor vehicle emission-related data. SAE J1979 was originally developed to meet U.S. OBD requirements for 1996 and later model year vehicles. ISO 15031 5 was based on SAE J1979 and was intended to combine the U.S. requirements with European OBD requirements for 2000 and later model year vehicles.
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J1930 DA

2022-02-15
WIP
J1930DA
Continuation of the digital annex of terms and definitions for use by scantools and maintain alignment of terms with other committees such as J2012, J1979, J1939 etc. and with regulatory bodies.
Standard

Digital Annex of Diagnostic Trouble Code Definitions and Failure Type Byte Definitions

2022-02-04
WIP
J2012DA
The J2012 Digital Annex of Diagnostic Trouble Code Definitions Spreadsheet provides DTC information in an excel format for use in your organization's work processes. The column headings include the same information as contained in the J2012 standard. Information in the excel spreadsheet will be updated several times annually and the spreadsheet includes a column heading denoting which DTCs have been updated in the current version.
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E/E Diagnostic Test Modes: Zero Emissions Vehicle Propulsion Systems on UDS (ZEVonUDS)

2022-01-18
WIP
J1979-3
SAE J1979-3 describes the communication between the ZEV vehicle's OBD systems and test equipment.. Regional certification requirements demand certain standardized data to be provided on passenger cars and light-, medium-, and heavy-duty trucks. These systems are required to support a minimum set of diagnostic information to external (off-board) “generic” test equipment.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - Fault-Tolerant CAN

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/8_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement fault-tolerant CAN (FT CAN) within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/8_0500 interface shall be compliant to fault-tolerant CAN (FT CAN) feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Features - Ethernet NDIS

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/9_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement ethernet NDIS within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/9_0500 interface shall be compliant to the ethernet NDIS feature only when all the required functionality in this Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - TP2.0

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/7_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement TP2.0 within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/7_0500 interface shall be compliant to the TP2.0 feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - SAE J1708

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/6_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement SAE J1708 within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/6_0500 interface shall be compliant to the SAE J1708 feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - SAE J1939

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/5_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement SAE J1939 within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/5_0500 interface shall be compliant to the SAE J1939 feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - UART Echo Byte

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/3_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement UART Echo Byte within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/3_0500 interface shall be compliant to the UART Echo Byte feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - HONDA_DIAGH

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/4_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement HONDA_DIAGH within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/4_0500 interface shall be compliant to the HONDA_DIAGH feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - GM_UART

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/2_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement GM_UART within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/2_0500 interface shall be compliant to the GM_UART feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - Single Wire CAN

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/1_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement single wire CAN (SW CAN) within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/1_0500 interface shall be compliant to the single wire CAN feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/BA_0500 and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - TCP CLIENT

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/18_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification and defines how to implement transmission control protocol (TCP) within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/18_0500 interface shall be compliant to the TCP CLIENT feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/13_0500 (ethernet), SAE J2534-2/16_0500 (IPv4), SAE J2534-2/15_0500 (IPv6), SAE J2534-2/BA_0500, and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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Pass-Thru Extended Feature - UDP

2022-01-17
CURRENT
J2534-2/17_0500_202201
This SAE Recommended Practice is part of the SAE J2534-2/X_0500 set of documents that extends the SAE J2534-1_0500 API (version 05.00) specification, and defines how to implement user datagram protocol (UDP) within the SAE J2534 API framework. This document details only the changes from SAE J2534-1_0500 and items not specifically detailed in this document are assumed to have not changed. An SAE J2534-2/17_0500 interface shall be compliant to the UDP feature only when all the required functionality in this SAE Recommended Practice is implemented. Any functionality not required for compliance will be specifically marked as “optional” in this document. This document must be used in conjunction with the SAE J2534-2/13_0500 (ethernet), SAE J2534-2/16_0500 (IPv4), SAE J2534-2/15_0500 (IPv6), SAE J2534-2/BA_0500, and SAE J2534-2/RE_0500 documents.
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