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    Quote Originally Posted by pecky View Post
    Module will probably be listed in the Low speed canbus network as well and will need enabling throughout.

    On tech2 a useful feature is under Vehicle -> Module ECU presence check

    It should detect the module and do all the low speed can for you.

    I only don't like giving out guides because the opcom brigade just scrape them off sites and suddenly think they are experts because they can follow a button press list. If you think logically about what items in the car may need to receive/send data to the park pilot module, it should be easy to figure out.

    A lot of times you need to think outside the box when retrofitting, so a guide may not be sufficient.

    Hello,

    In my Corsa GSi 1.6T 2008 there was no pilot park factory. There is also no bundle to him. Two plugs come to the parkpilot control unit itself. one 12 pin and the other 8 pin. To 8 pin there is a bunch of sensors in the trunk. Only 3 wires come to 12 pin. Pin 1 + 12v, pin 8 GND, pin 6 LIN bus.

    Of course, all LIN bus cables have been connected to the LIN bus under BCM, the power supply from the trunk light (for tests).

    In tech 2 I started the ECU presence check module, on Low speed can it detected that there were changes, asked if there is parkpilot in the car. I confirmed. Unfortunately, it can not communicate with the parkpilot switchboard.

    I have no idea why.

    ECU presence check has programmed all modules in which it should be reported that a driver like parkpilot has appeared.

    Maybe you have ideas. I will be very happy for any help.

    I've included the parkpilot electric scheme
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      12 pin connector ….pin 7 to ground.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kadett90 View Post
      12 pin connector .pin 7 to ground.
      Hey,

      Thank you for the hint. In fact, pin7 connects to the mass of the parkpilota plate.

      I was just in the workshop to check your suggestion. Ehh, unfortunately, no results.

      No communication at all.

      Maybe I'm doing something wrong? Basically, the system seems electrically simple.

      PS. I saw the original bundles for the 12 pin plug and there were only 3 wires out? 12v, gnd and LIN.

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      Where have you connected the wire from pin 6 , the can wire.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kadett90 View Post
      Where have you connected the wire from pin 6 , the can wire.
      I connected under LIN in the RADIO plugin, it was the easiest place for me.

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      What color of radio wire ?
      Park pilot must connected to green wire ,low speed canbus high.
      There is no such in radio.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kadett90 View Post
      What color of radio wire ?
      Park pilot must connected to green wire ,low speed canbus high.
      There is no such in radio.
      I connected to the green wire, gave my hand a cut that LIN was there. But probably I would have my hands now . Ok where is it best to connect the communication cable?

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      Diagnostic connector pin 1.
      Any chance to connect there.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kadett90 View Post
      Diagnostic connector pin 1.
      Any chance to connect there.
      Sorry, actually not under the radio, I'm connected under OBD pin 1. As you wrote. I connected it a few months ago and I just forgot, but as you wrote OBD I remembered immediately.

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      Actually it should be connected to instrument panel body electrical module connector X11 pin 39.

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