N: harness identification.O: fuse box diagram.P: interconnection number.Q: number of interconnection ways.R: interconnection colour.S: representation of a partial interconnection.T: representation of a splice.
In order to follow along with the project, you will need to have a device with CAN bus or other protocols supported by the Sparkfun shield. You also need to find documentation on your system such as wiring diagrams; if you cannot locate these resources, then you may have to make your own wiring diagram however this will require specific electronics knowledge.
With most vehicles, you can purchase a Haynes manual or locate a wiring diagram as they are very necessary when doing any kind of electronics work with a vehicle. The diagrams will not only tell you where CAN bus lines are in the vehicle but may also tell you important things about the connection such as how the devices are connected, which pins of the plug those lines go to etc.
If you are working on a non-automotive system such as an elevator or aircraft, you will likely find the wiring diagram glued to the back of the panel covering the wires or in a pouch of some kind for maintenance.
Because of the complexity of this project, it is highly recommended that you document everything you have done for future reference, you will need to take notes on wire colours, voltages, data patterns and you may need to make wiring diagrams.
The electronics and programming section contains a link to an in-depth tutorial on locating CAN bus lines. However some basic principles will be discussed here, in order to make your own diagram, you could ask someone skilled or proficient in electronics design to assist you, or you can try it yourself.
At the point where you are going to access the CAN bus lines, if it a stereo, there will likely be several wires going to speakers, microphones and other devices. These other wires can make determining the CAN bus lines difficult. However, there is almost always a wiring diagram for the stereo in a vehicle, so go and check online first! Otherwise look at the wire colour from the target lines, to see if they match the CAN lines colour from the OBD2 connector, if the colours match, it is likely that they are CAN lines, if they do not, check if they match the other wire colours from your notes, you should be able to rule out what wires are not CAN bus though colour comparisons and may be left with a few unknown wires, document everything observed into your diagram or notes.
I was looking for ways to replace the screen in the center console / navi / radio / climate thing with a raspberry pi so I can use Google maps or Waze, and use Spotify for music. Replacing the display with a touchscreen one, then wiring up all the panel buttons would do the trick well.
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