Chrysler has started using a Controller Area Network ( CAN ) Bus for intercommunication between most every system in at least 6 vehicles. These vehicles are: 2005+ Chrysler 300, Dodge Magnum, Dodge Charger ( All LX line vehicles ), 2004+ Dodge Dakota, 2006+ Dodge Ram, and the 2005+ Jeep Grand Cherokee.

There are 3 separate CAN buses in these vehicles.

-[CAN-C] Engine / Critical systems CAN Bus ( Engine, Transmission, AntiLock breaks, ESP, etc.. )

-[CAN-B] Interior Comfort CAN Bus ( Climate Control, Car Audio system, Dash cluster, EVIC, etc.. )

-[diagnostic CAN-C] Diagnostic CAN Bus ( Has the capability of pulling service codes from the other two buses, but not directly connected to either )

CAN Logger Analysis Tool

This tool has been online for a while now, but only linked in messages on the Forum. So, here it is now out in the open...

CAN Log Analysis Tool

Keep in mind. There's a LOT of data in the database, and some requests may take some time to process and return a page. Please be Patient.

Michael J. Kidd

CANHack.org has a new face...

Or, Interface as it were.

We have ditched the Wiki. I never really liked the idea that anyone could edit any page. The Computer Security side of me always shuddered at the idea. So, after dealing w/ several Porn & Drug spam posts in the Wiki (and thus being proven correct), I've decided to drop it.

The new interface is Drupal. So far, I like it... But, please feel free to leave your comments.

All active users of the Forum have been imported into this system. So you should be able to log right in and start submitting articles and such.

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