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after reading the approach that amesatfish took, <a href=""></a> i think that i am missing the packet length in my data. I need to change how i format my data to include the length of the data stream so that i have the correct format when i want to inject packets, (Command -Bus Id-Message ID - Data - Length). Hopefully will get a chance to explore this tomorrow.

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i like this approach, i will try it later. thanks

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the vehicle was idle and producing no data. The data that you see on the excel sheet is from one press of one button. When it has stopped, I save it and then clear it and try the next button press. One button press produces 1941 lines of data for LOCK and 1975 for UNLOCK.
The buttons that i tried are buttons that produce data without the key being turned to the on position, the vehicle is in a timed shutdown mode. I can get a response from a button press and export it as text file from coolterm and then import to excel. I'm trying to compare data that is likely on the same module, such as vol up-down, lock-unlock, mirror adjustments. Windows up and down does not produce any data, interesting as they do operate, maybe they are not controlled by a module. There is too much data right now for me to analyze if the ignition is turned to the on position. Im trying to send a successful command before i move on. I really need to figure out what each modules message ID is.
in this piece of data, "581 1 0 FF FF FF FF FF FF " my message id or module is 0581 i assume.

Vehicle Type: 2013 Ford F150

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i have put some data into a spreadsheet to compare functions such as LOCK-UNLOCK, VOLUMEUP-VOLUMEDOWN.
you can see it here <a href=""></a>

This is LOCK data:
Message ID Data
581 1 0 FF FF FF FF FF FF i am assuming that to try this , that i would have to change it to
0581 01 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF and then

Command Bus Id Message ID Data Length
02 01 0581 0100FFFFFFFFFFFF 8

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I have followed suggestions from XAG and have removed comment delimiter "//" on line 47 of SerialCommand.h
i am now getting my data in this format:

{"packet": {"status":"2","channel":"Bus 1","length":"8","id":"42D","timestamp":"896519","payload":["DF","3A","4E","42","32","0","0","0"]}}

i will now try to send to the canbus using this format from
Command Bus Id Message ID Data Length
0x02 01 290 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 8

this is the data i am trying to send 020142DDF3A4E42320000008
it does not do anything though...... do i have the correct format or am i simply trying to send a nonsense payload?

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thank you..... now i am getting data..... i used 030101

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this is what i get from command 0102


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this is what i get from 0101

{"event":"version", "name":"CANBus Triple", "version":"0.4.0", "memory":"805"}

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i get "ÿ" after i send 03030300000000 command

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<blockquote>Look for the line: CANBus1.baudConfig(cbt_settings.busCfg[0].baud);
I replaced it with 500 to get a fixed rate and that got me data from line 1</blockquote>
is this what you changed to?

Looks like your connection to CANBus Triple was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect.