There are several OBDII protocols, so you may be wondering which set of protocol dependent XGauges are correct for your Honda / Acura.  You can view what protocol your vehicle uses via the ScanGauge by following the instructions to the right.  We’ve also put together an outline of what protocol your vehicle may use based on it’s model year.  Select your vehicles model year below to see a list of what protocol your vehicle may use.

1996 - 2002

ISO

2004 - 2007

Between 2003 and 2007 Honda / Acrua began rolling out the CAN protocol to their vehicles.  Thus vehicles between 2003 – 2007 may use CANLF or the protocol they typically used from 1996 – 2002.

ISO or CANLF

2008 - Present

In 2008 all vehicles we’re required to use the CAN protocol.

CANLF

Honda / Acura Specific CANLF »

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CANLF »

The CANLF protocol is used predominantly by Honda/Acura vehicles. Honda/Acura began using CANLF in select vehicles in 2006. By 2008 all Honda/Acura vehicles used the CANLF protocol. Fiat vehicles also typically use the CANLF protocol, and some Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep also began using the CANLF protocol starting in 2012. You can find out what protocol your vehicle is running with the ScanGauge by pressing MORE > MORE > MODE. Some sensors may not be reported by the vehicle. If you try all available XGauges for a certain sensor and it doesn’t report any data then the sensor is most likely not supported by the vehicle.

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ISO - VPW »

Most Asian, European, and Chrysler manufactured vehicles used the ISO protocol from 1996 to 2002. From 2003 to 2007 their vehicles will either support ISO or CAN. GM Vehicles almost exclusively used the VPW protocol from 1996 to 2002. From 2003 to 2007 GM vehicles will either support VPW or CAN. You can find out what protocol your vehicle is running with the ScanGauge by pressing MORE > MORE > MODE. Some sensors may not be reported by the vehicle. If you try all available XGauges for a certain sensor and it doesn’t report any data then the sensor is most likely not supported by the vehicle.

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We’re currently looking for XGauge testers for 2008+ Honda/Acura XGauge codes.  If you have a 2008+ Honda/Acura vehicle and would like to help, please contact us using the form below.