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Short answer, no.
Long answer, yes. It would just require someone to get into the stereo firmware, and create a new version with all of the code needed to translate the PCM output into something you can read. After that happens (without destroying the radio portion of the firmware), a new GUI would need to be created so that the radio can display all of this new information. Once all that tricky smart man stuff is done, the OBDII port would have to be adapted to something the stereo can use, such as a USB. That's easy enough, and creating the drivers needed isn't complicated for someone that can do the rest of the stuff above.
An alternative to all of that would be things already on the market. Edge, DP Tuner, or even a blue tooth OBDII dongle and appropriate app for an iPod.
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