esp32-obd2-emulator - Open-source OBD-II emulator based on an ESP32 + CAN transceiver IC, controllable via WiFi through a simple web UI (or via API)

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Open-source OBD-II emulator based on an ESP32 + CAN transceiver IC, controllable via WiFi through a simple web UI (or via API). Note: You might want to change some config values, for example: serial flasher, baud rate, pins, etc.

https://github.com/limiter121/esp32-obd2-emulator

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