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00000000000000728E010000016DC003B3380127F48E9C0ECC39AD00150000060000010E000B0005001504000100001D23007161010701000500422F1C00430FF90009008200190020010E0386000000000001018300222B3234383236352E313333332B303637303333382E373136372B3030302E3032312F0100003A3C

WHERE IS FUEL DATA IN ABOVE DATA PACKET (DEVICE IS FMB920)?

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by anonymous
This message contains following IO:
ID, number of bytes, value
21, 1, 4
1, 1, 0
29, 1, 35
113, 1, 97
263, 1, 1
66, 2, 12060
67, 2, 4089
9, 2, 130
25, 2, 32
270, 2, 902

You can look for fuel-related IO according to this spec - https://wiki.teltonika.lt/view/FMB64_AVL_ID. Looks like this message does not contain fuel-related data though.

If you know a desired ID, convert it to  hexademical number and Ctrl+F it in original message, next N*2 characters will be the hexademical value.
by anonymous

Oh, wait. There is one more IO from extended codec - ID 387 (Manual CAN 17), maybe that's it. But there's something wrong with number of bytes - 34 is specified instead of 8, so looks like this IO parameter is not valid.