I recently purchased a new Suzuki Swift Sport, and wanted to use the Torque App for some checking ( mostly enjoy parameter reading, graphs.... ) but my wifi adapter was unable to communicate with the ECU.
Went ahead and bought another cheap ELM3276 clone, as thought 1st adapter was faulty.
Second adapter was not able to access the ECU, either. Got a third adapter from a friend, which upon connected, triggered an alert in the dashboard instructing to check ESP.
Turned car off, unplugged the adapter, started the car... no error.
Does somebody knows if Suzuki cars require a special adapter or protocol for OBD2 ?
I looked around and seems this is an "expected behavior" with cheap adapters.
Thanks in advance.