Car Diagnostics With A Raspberry PI - DIY Smart Car (Part 3)

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Shhh...can you hear it? Your car is talking. It's saying "Make me smart, please". It also says things like "I'm going 50 km/hr" or "My wheels are spinning at 3200 RPM", classic stuff like that. In order to hear all the cool stuff your car has to say, you need to connect to it's OBDII port, which all US cars made after 1996 have. Then we can just connect it to a Raspberry Pi and add it to our ever growing smart car!
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