View Live Data
Performing troubleshooting and diagnostics of an EFI system can be a daunting task. Fortunately, Ecmdroid helps take a lot of the guesswork out of this process by allowing the user to view up to four channels of real-time data directly from the ECM. Being able see what information is being fed by the sensors to the ECM and how the ECM reacts to this information is an amazingly invaluable resource that will save you countless troubleshooting hours and unnecessary part changes.
- Select Data Channels from the dropdown menu in the top left corner.
- This page displays four selectable data channels that can be viewed in real time.
- Data channel selections can be changed. To to this, ensure that LIVE DATA OFF is displayed at the bottom of the screen and then select the dropdown menu. Scroll and select the desired parameter from this list. A list of the parameter abbreviations and meanings is HERE.
- When LIVE DATA ON is selected you will see live data while connected to the ECM. Remember that whenever the kill switch is turned off you will lose your connection and may see a "broken pipe" message at the bottom of the screen.