- Nov 30, 2014
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I think I read somewhere that the oil temp don't show up until the oil reaches a certain temperature,could that be why
Drove mine today for the first time since oil temp enabled. It showed three dashes for about seven miles, flashed up 60 degrees, then climbed gradually up to around 90. Thereafter, it would go up almost to 100, then back down to high 80s, back up again. For the rest of the journey, it fluctuated back and forth between 88 and 98, with no direct correlation (at least that I could detect) to driving conditions. So does that mean the car has a thermostatically-operated oil cooler?No, it'll stillshow the oil can symbol without a temp next to it until it hits around 65 or something
Just thought I'd add another confirmation that the bluetooth OBDII module linked on the first couple of pages does indeed work on Android and gives me full functionality from the Carista app.
Delighted that I stumbled across this thread. I've just spent the last 10 minutes turning the ignition on and off to watch the needle sweep
= 2010 Q2 A4 Avant 2.0l TDI S Line.
You don't buy it from iTunes as a separate app. It's an "in-app" upgrade accessible from the free version. So, connect up, login, and look for the upgrade button, then follow instructions.Can someone please let me know how i get the pro package for IOS as via itunes i dont let me do anything
If you pressing a lock twice you're actually disabling all motion sensors in the car. Car is only locked and less secured.
Be very careful what you do with the green menu. I won't touch mine for fear of bricking the entire car.My OBDII port arrived yesterday, plugged it in, paired with iphone, paid £14.99 to upgrade Carista App and enabled beep on lock, needle sweep, lap timer & oil temp and emergency brake flashing. Also enabled hidden menu but not played with that yet.
If anyone has a list of things you can enable via the green menu please let me know.