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08 Mar 2019 08:31 #27661 by Orchid70
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Is there a list of abbreviations explaned?

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08 Mar 2019 08:40 #27662 by Noah
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There is not. Such a list would be quite extensive and vary greatly between manufacturers.
All Data usually has a list of abbreviations, also built into many of the Snap on scan tools you'll find a list of abbreviations and PID descriptions.
And of course Google knows everything :)

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08 Mar 2019 08:48 #27663 by Orchid70
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Wish I had Snapon....
Maby Ill start one on my own then =)

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10 Mar 2019 10:02 #27713 by Noah
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I'm sure that would help many people ;)

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Yesterday 02:30 #27930 by juergen.scholl
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These snap on documents contain exhaustive lists of data pid acronyms, abbreviations and pid definitions. The US manual is manufacturer specific, the OBD manual is generic. HTH.

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Yesterday 02:40 - Yesterday 11:55 #27931 by juergen.scholl
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For some reason the US domestic document does not upload properly, although it is in pdf format and does not exceed the limit of 5 Mb. You might download it from the SO website as well.....


Here you can download the Us domestic vehicles document:


www.snapon.com/Files/Diagnostics/UserMan...nual_EAZ0025B01H.pdf

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