This network features two broad types of commands: call and response, and module-to-module. Call and response commands are triggered by events, such as button presses. Module-to-module commands are the traffic between networked devices, and typically relay sensor data.
|Data||Header||Arbitration ID||Network||Byte 0||Byte 1||Byte 2||Byte 3||Byte 4||Byte 5||Byte 6||Byte 7||Formula||Units||Notes||More Information||Verified on...|
|Radio Volume Up||10438040||SW-CAN||N/A||0x01||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||Byte 0 identifies command||N/A||After pressing, button must be canceled by changing B0 to 0x00||No Link||2011 Buick Regal|
|Radio Volume Down||10438040||SW-CAN||N/A||0x02||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||Byte 0 identifies command||N/A||After pressing, button must be canceled by changing B0 to 0x00||No Link||2011 Buick Regal|
|Radio Voice Recognition||10438040||SW-CAN||N/A||0x06||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||Byte 0 identifies command||N/A||After pressing, button must be canceled by changing B0 to 0x00||No Link||2011 Buick Regal|
|Radio Mute Toggle||10438040||SW-CAN||N/A||0x07||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||Byte 0 identifies command||N/A||After pressing, button must be canceled by changing B0 to 0x00||No Link||2011 Buick Regal|
Mode $22 PIDsEdit
General Motors has enhanced PIDs for their vehicles. A list of "enhanced" PIDs will appear below.
Some devices may be controlled by diagnostic tools or test equipment. These are usually operated by "services," and some require a seed/key to unlock. Examples appear below.
|Actuator||Function||Network||Header||Byte 7||Byte 1||Byte 2||Byte 3||Byte 4||Byte 5||Byte 6||Byte 7||Seed/Key?||Notes||More Information||Verified on...|
|Headunit||Eject Disk||SW-CAN||0x244||0x07||0xAE||0x05||0x01||0x00||0x00||0x00||0x00||No||Ejects disk||No Link||2011 Buick Regal|
GM vehicles have, at minimum, a high-speed (HS) and single-wire (SW) Controller Area Network. HS-CAN typically operates as 11bit, 500kbps, while SW-CAN operates at 33.3kbps with 29 bit headers. Most GM commands have an "arbitration ID" that is invariant for a given instruction, so while the exact header may vary from vehicle to vehicle, the arbitration ID will not. Additionally, nodes on HS-CAN have well-defined IDs that are invariant, e.g. the functional address for all Body Control Modules (BCMs) is 0x241 with a reply on 0x641. Nodes on SW-CAN may be identified quickly based on the last four characters, which correspond to a two-digit code for the sending and target node.
- GM GlobalA
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Comment: Thanks for this ! On my VOLVO V60 (2011) i dont need the k-line. The can buses are active on OBD2 without sending the HEXvalues on the k-line. ...
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