How to install Porsche PIWIS 3 on VAS6154 head

Look here: How to use VAS6154 head with Porsche Piwis 3

project PIWIS3 PT3G => VAS6154-Kolun a
look at below link when you take your right to use
1 have to have installed piwis 3 laptop.
2. install piwis 3 driver
3 put together vas6154 install the drivers for vas6154-piwis // attempt to update interface Flesch
, if you see 6154 as pt3g then it is ok if nevidi next step =>
4 separated you from laptop
5. Copy the deteskop and install VAS 6154 driver 3.0.2.807 // installation after installation tend to deteskopa the trash
6 interface connects you 6154
7 program you run driver
8 interface you see 6154
9 select USB. Save.
10 restart.
11 tart driver program tach app (the first option above left) choose passthru> pt3g-3 piwis install seeks interface.
12 restart
13 Interface joints run driver VAS6154 seen as a passthru pt3g update memory device, check the USB version pt3g dal see you ok almost 6154

Note: please be careful and do it on your own risk.
obdii365.com will not give support

Contributor: ibi1961

Update: Unless you find the 08 firmware
The picture below is VAS 6154

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VERY IMPORTANT:

For sake of security, you’re advised to use odis with vas6154 and use piwis with porsche tester 3

with relief!

Piwis III V37.250.020 – confirmed to work no issues with Vxdiag Porsche

Diagnostic test: passed

Coding: passed

Programming: passed

attached VAS 6154 driver download, installation instruction, wlan setup….

MB Star C3 V2015.9 up Multiplexer Initialization Failed Solution

Here is the mbstartool.com engineer solution to Mb Star C3 V2018.9 up DAS Xentry multiplexer initialization failed problem.

Error message:

Initialization of diagnosis multiplexer failed.

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Possible causes:

The link between the diagnosis multiplexer and the diagnostic socket is interrupted.

The link between the diagnostic multiplexer and the diagnostic unit is interrupted.

The voltage supply at the diagnostic socket (circuit 30 and (or) circuit 31) is faulty.

Note:

When using SDconnect,check the connection status using the Toolkit.

Solution:

1. First check if you use the correct software for Star C3 not sd connect c4, you do not modify software by yourself and it passes self-test.

If all these are okay, replace the Config file in c:\program\mecredes-benz\config

Config file

https://mega.nz/#!vhFEXBiL!jeFN5y38eCEH3ZitnQ2lvOGKBn3hJTWb4KsZ70I537k

2.If still not work, check device and vehicle communication

3. Otherwise send your MB Star C3 and software back to repair.

How to Enable tank info & L100KM into KML Mercedes W211 W203, etc.

Here is a tutorial of how to do it: use MB SD Connect C4 mux to enable tank info & L/100KM into KM/L mercedes W211 (W203) (w221) and more

In DAS Developer mode :
Kombiinstrument -> Diagnose nach Werkangabe -> Steuergerate-Anpassungen ->
Steuergerate-Anpassungen (Variantencoderierung) -> Variantkodierung Werkeinstellungen ->

In the menu that shows , you scroll down untill you read the line : Tankinfo im Reichweitebild
enable this option
now you have tankinfo in the screen that otherwise only showed range

If you allso wanna adjust the way fuel consumtion is showed
you scroll a little more down untill you read the line : Verbrauchanzeige km
you can change it from L/100km into km/l

Scroll down and confirm Coding by pressingF3

if you watch your Instrument Cluster , you notice that scrolling through the menu , nothing changed .

For this , the “Kombiinstrument” needs a reboot.
to do this in Developer mode we go back by hitting F1 -> 3 times
then choose Ansteuerungen -> Gesamstliste aller Ansteuerungen ->
Scroll down untill you see the line : Steuergeraet Resetten (PowerON-Modus) (FN_Reset_SG_Power_ON)
Press F3 and confirm again with F3
Now you will see the “Kombiinstrument” reboots

BMW EF Scanner 2 Program Key for BMW FEMBDC

BMW E/F Scanner 2 can do FEM/BDC key programming,it allow users to program ignition key for FEM/BDC system.

Preparations:

V2018.12 BMW E/F scanner (Explorer) free download and setup

Main Procedures:

Step 1:Preparation of FEM / BDC thru OBD

It is necessary to perform a quick test , go to the FEM / BDC and click the “Key learning” button,

The program will check for a supported version of the unit, prepare the unit for the next procedure, and will display the message  “Read Eeprom and upload in calc”.

DO NOT CLOSE THE CALCULATOR WINDOW AND THE PROGRAM !!!!!

Step 2: Preparation of FEM / BDC using programmer (Reading BACKUP)

Remove the FEM / BDC unit as described HERE. Disassemble the FEM / BDC unit as described in THIS SECTION.

Read 95128/95256 Eeprom (pictured in the upper right corner) using programmer

(Orange Xprog or others that supports Eeprom 95128/95256).

Download Eeprom into BMW-Explorer, and save EEprom and write it back into the FEM / BDC.

Step 3:Programming FEM / BDC with BMW-Explorer via OBD

Install the unit on the car in the reverse order of removal.

The car probably will not respond to the key, do not get scared!

Connect to FEM, press “Write keys”, Explorer will propose to program the FEM / BDC, agree and wait for the programming to finish.

Step 4: Write back BACKUP EEprom with the programmer

After successful programming, the program will write to you “Return the saved original Eeprom”, then remove FEM again and using programmer, return the previously read contents of EEprom 95128/95256. Then you can install the unit back to the car.

Sometimes it is possible that after the last manipulation the FEM / BDC will stop responding to the diagnostics, then you need to flash this EEprom into the unit and program the unit with Esys or ISTA-P and start the unit preparation from step 1.

P.S: Follow the instructions and  save your time.

Step 5: Write BACKUP coding (CAFD) via OBD

Write BACKUP coding (CAFD) via OBD

Step 6: Key programming thru OBD

Connect to the FEM / BDC control unit using the BMW-explorer, press “Extra options” then “Key learning”. Key programming window will open and will read the key data we need for programming.

If you have a working key, then you need to bring it to the emergency coil as pictured below and press the “Read crypto key” button.

About successful reading of the “Crypto” BMW-Explorer show “Crypto Ok” message.

If you do not have a working key, then you need to read the ISN from the DME and enter it into the “ISN from DME” window.

You can also enter 8 bytes of the “crypto” manually.

Now you can start to learn keys. To do this we must select a free track for the key and press “Learn key”, bring a new key to the emergency coil on the steering column.

Supported ECU FEM:

swfl_0000155e_004_102_030, swfl_0000155e_004_102_040

swfl_0000155e_004_103_030, swfl_0000155e_004_104_040

swfl_0000155e_007_102_010, swfl_0000155e_008_101_030

swfl_0000155e_008_101_050, swfl_0000155e_008_101_070

swfl_0000155e_011_102_020, swfl_0000155e_012_104_010

swfl_0000155e_012_200_030, swfl_0000155e_014_102_040

swfl_0000155e_015_100_020, swfl_0000155e_015_102_020

swfl_0000155e_015_152_030, swfl_0000155e_015_154_010

swfl_0000155e_016_106_030, swfl_0000155e_016_112_010

swfl_0000155e_016_114_020, swfl_0000155e_017_110_030

Supported ECU BDC:

swfl_00002419_005_016_130, swfl_00002419_005_016_140

swfl_00002419_005_017_092, swfl_00002419_005_018_031

swfl_00002419_005_019_040, swfl_00002419_005_019_101

swfl_00002419_005_019_120, swfl_00002419_005_028_060

swfl_00002419_005_028_160, swfl_00002419_005_028_170

swfl_00002419_005_028_245, swfl_00002419_005_031_110

swfl_00002419_005_031_200, swfl_00002419_005_042_030

swfl_00002419_005_042_050, swfl_00002419_005_042_070

swfl_00002419_005_118_030, swfl_00002419_005_118_050

swfl_00002419_005_118_140, swfl_00002419_042_100_040

swfl_00002419_052_010_030, swfl_00002419_052_030_010

swfl_00002419_052_040_010, swfl_00002419_061_010_030

swfl_00002419_062_010_020, swfl_00002419_071_010_040

BMW E/F Scanner Program Key for BMW FEM/BDC-1 BMW E/F Scanner Program Key for BMW FEM/BDC-2

More BMW E/F Scanner 2 information,check here:

Why American Farmers Are Hacking Their Tractors With Ukrainian Firmware

A dive into the thriving black market of John Deere tractor hacking.

To avoid the draconian locks that John Deere Service Advisor puts on the tractors they buy, farmers throughout America’s heartland have started hacking their equipment with firmware that’s cracked in Eastern Europe and traded on invite-only, paid online forums.

Tractor hacking is growing increasingly popular because John Deere and other manufacturers have made it impossible to perform “unauthorized” repair on farm equipment, which farmers see as an attack on their sovereignty and quite possibly an existential threat to their livelihood if their tractor breaks at an inopportune time.

“When crunch time comes and we break down, chances are we don’t have time to wait for a dealership employee to show up and fix it,” Danny Kluthe, a hog farmer in Nebraska, told his state legislature earlier this month. “Most all the new equipment [requires] a download [to fix].”

The nightmare scenario, and a fear I heard expressed over and over again in talking with farmers, is that John Deere could remotely shut down a tractor and there wouldn’t be anything a farmer could do about it.

“What you’ve got is technicians running around here with cracked Ukrainian John Deere software that they bought off the black market”

A license agreement John Deere required farmers to sign in October forbids nearly all repair and modification to farming equipment, and prevents farmers from suing for “crop loss, lost profits, loss of goodwill, loss of use of equipment … arising from the performance or non-performance of any aspect of the software.” The agreement applies to anyone who turns the key or otherwise uses a John Deere tractor with embedded software. It means that only John Deere dealerships and “authorized” repair shops can work on newer tractors.

“If a farmer bought the tractor, he should be able to do whatever he wants with it,” Kevin Kenney, a farmer and right-to-repair advocate in Nebraska, told me. “You want to replace a transmission and you take it to an independent mechanic—he can put in the new transmission but the tractor can’t drive out of the shop. Deere charges $230, plus $130 an hour for a technician to drive out and plug a connector into their USB port to authorize the part.”

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“What you’ve got is technicians running around here with cracked Ukrainian John Deere software that they bought off the black market,” he added.

Kenney and Kluthe have been pushing for right-to-repair legislation in Nebraska that would invalidate John Deere’s license agreement (seven other states are considering similar bills). In the meantime, farmers have started hacking their machines because even simple repairs are made impossible by the embedded software within the tractor. John Deere is one of the staunchest opponents of this legislation.

“There’s software out there a guy can get his hands on if he looks for it,” one farmer and repair mechanic in Nebraska who uses cracked John Deere software told me. “I’m not a big business or anything, but let’s say you’ve got a guy here who has a tractor and something goes wrong with it—the nearest dealership is 40 miles away, but you’ve got me or a diesel shop a mile away. The only way we can fix things is illegally, which is what’s holding back free enterprise more than anything and hampers a farmer’s ability to get stuff done, too.”

Once I was on it, I found dozens of threads from farmers desperate to fix and modify their own tractors. According to people on the forums and the farmers who use it, much of the software is cracked in Eastern European countries such as Poland and Ukraine and then sold back to farmers in the United States.

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Among the programs I saw being traded:

John Deere Service Advisor: A diagnostic program used by John Deere technicians that recalibrate tractors and can diagnose broken parts. “It can program payloads into different controllers. It can calibrate injectors, turbo, engine hours and all kinds of fun stuff,” someone familiar with the software told me.
John Deere Payload files: These are files that specifically program certain parts of the vehicle. There are files that can customize and fine-tune the performance of the chassis, engine, and cab, for instance.
John Deere Electronic Data Link drivers: This is software that allows a computer to talk to the tractor. “The EDL is the required interface which allows the Service Advisor laptop to actually communicate with the tractor controllers,” the source told me.

A reverse engineer who goes by Decryptor Tuning, who I met on a forum, told me they distribute programs that are “usually OEM software that is freely available but must be licensed.”

“If things could get better, [companies like John Deere] should be forced to freely distribute the same software dealers have,” they said. “And stop locking down [Engine Control Module] reading functionality. They do this to force you to use their services, which they have a 100 percent monopoly on.”

Also for sale (or free download) on the forums are license key generators, speed-limit modifiers, and reverse-engineered cables that allow you to connect a tractor to a computer. These programs are also for sale on several sketchy-looking websites that are hosted in Europe, and on YouTube there are demos of the software in operation.

On its face, pirating such software would seem to be illegal. But in 2015, the Librarian of Congress approved an exemption to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act for land vehicles, which includes tractors. The exemption allows modification of “computer programs that are contained in and control the functioning of a motorized land vehicle such as a personal automobile, commercial motor vehicle or mechanized agricultural vehicle … when circumvention is a necessary step undertaken by the authorized owner of the vehicle to allow the diagnosis, repair, or lawful modification of a vehicle function.”

This means modification of embedded software is legal long as it can still meet emission requirements. Whether the exemption allows for the downloading of cracked software is an unanswered question.

“Are we supposed to throw the tractor in the garbage, or what?”

It’s no surprise, then, that Heavy Duty Scan Tool John Deere started requiring farmers to sign licensing agreements around the time the exemption went into effect. Violation of the agreement would be considered a breach of contract rather than a federal copyright violation, meaning John Deere would have to sue its own customers if it wants the contract to be enforced. I asked John Deere specifically about the fact that a software black market has cropped up for its tractors, but the company instead said that there are no repair problems for John Deere customers.

“When a customer buys John Deere equipment, he or she owns the equipment,” the company said. “As the owner, he or she has the ability to maintain and repair the equipment. The customer also has the ability through operator and service manuals and other resources to enable operational, maintenance, service and diagnostics activities to repair and maintain equipment.”

“Software modifications increase the risk that equipment will not function as designed,” the company continued. “As a result, allowing unqualified individuals to modify equipment software can endanger machine performance, in addition to Deere customers, dealers and others, resulting in equipment that no longer complies with industry and safety/environmental regulations.”

Gay Gordon-Byrne, executive director of Repair.org, a trade organization fighting for right-to-repair legislation, told me that John Deere’s statement is “total crap,” and noted that “some of our members have repeatedly attempted to buy the diagnostics that are referenced [from John Deere] and been rebuffed.”

“They require buyers to accept an End User License Agreement that disallows all of the activities they say are allowed in their statement,” she said. “Deere is a monopolist and has systematically taken over the role of equipment owner, despite having been paid fairly and fully for equipment. Their claims to control equipment post-purchase are inconsistent with all aspects of ownership including accounting, taxation, and transfer of products into the secondary market.”

It’s quite simple, really. John Deere sold farmers their tractors, but has used software to maintain control of every aspect of its use after the sale. Kluthe, for example, uses pig manure to power his tractor, which requires engine modifications that would likely violate John Deere’s terms of service on newer machines.

“I take the hog waste and run it through an anaerobic digester and I’ve learned to compress the methane,” he said. “I run an 80 percent methane in my Chevy Diesel Pickup and I run 90 percent methane in my tractor. And they both purr. I take a lot of pride in working on my equipment.”

Farmers worry what will happen if John Deere is bought by another company, or what will happen if the company decides to stop servicing its tractors. And so they have taken matters into their own hands by taking control of the software themselves.

“What happens in 20 years when there’s a new tractor out and John Deere doesn’t want to fix these anymore?” the farmer using Ukrainian software told me. “Are we supposed to throw the tractor in the garbage, or what?”

BMW Scanner V1.4.0 on Windows 7 64 bit

V1.4.0 is the update version of BMW Scanner. The required operating system is Windows XP. But I have hooked it up successfully on Dell 360 Windows 7 64 bit system. Following are my attempts, you can have a try.

1) First of all, install BMW scanner software

2) Plug the BMW scanner V1.4.0 interface to your vehicle’s OBD2 socket after complete software installation, but do not connect it with your PC/laptop at this time

3) Wait several seconds and plug the interface to the computer USB port

4) Download FTDI driver on the http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/D2XX.htm web site. It is not difficult to perform according to the window instructions.

5) A black DOS message will show up and then install the driver after downloaded it on your computer.

6) Go back to the main program, find out device manager and click BMW Scanner to select driver software you want to update.

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7) Select “Browse my computer for driver software”>> “Universal serial bus controllers”>> “FTDI driver” >> “USB Serial Converter”, then accept window prompt to go on operation

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8) Install the FTDI driver

9) Wait some seconds until the BMW scanner detects the software. Run software and select your options after successful install driver

Warm Prompt: You can download a secure program from Windows XP Mode, Virtual PC and Microsoft before operating.

How to Active Show VIN Number in Audi MMI Menu

If, previously, you have disabled “show VIN in menu” (because Carson’s activator) you can enable again following the next steps:

Note:For more about Professional Diagnostic Tool Audi MMI Repair articles,please check:Audi MMI Repair

Open Green Menu:
MMI 2G      SETUP + CAR
MMI 3G      SETUP + CAR
MMI 3GP   CAR + MENU
RMC           CAR + MENU
MIB            Not available

Go to car/carextdevicelist and check “VIN”

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Go back (click in …)
Go to car/carmenuoperation
Scroll down to VIN and set VIN value to “5”

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Exit from Green Menu with the CAR button.
Reboot Your MMI
MMI 2G                      SETUP + Main (Big) Button + Top Right Button
MMI 2G (A8)             TEL + Main (Big) Button + Top Right Button
MMI 3G                       SETUP + Main (Big) Button + Top Right Button
MMI 3GP                    MENU + Main (Big) Button + Top Right Button
MMI 3GP (A1)           TONE + Main (Big) Button + Top Right Button
RMC (A1/Q3)             BACK + Main (Big) Button + Top Right Button
RMC (A6/A7)             MENU + Main (Big) Button + Top Right Button
MIB                              MENU + Main (Big) Button + Top Right Button

35160WT mileage correction with Yanhua 35160 35080 Emulator

Using one single Yanhua 35160 / 35080 emulator, 35160WT EEPROM mileage adjustment can be done. This post offers step by step operation procedure.

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Guide in words and images:

1.Solder the 35XX chip on the meter to the specified location of the simulator,

pay attention to the chip direction.

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2. Plug the emulator to the Mini usb cable, then plug into the usb port of computer.

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3. Create a new folder on your desktop, for example, named “mileage modification.”

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4. Copy the compressed file “35xx mileage modification tool .rar”and paste it onthe desktop “mileage modification” folder. Extract it to the current folder to get the file of “35xx mileage modification tool .exe”

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5. Copy the original data to the “Mileage Adjustment” folder on the desktop .According to the original car chip model, select the corresponding original data and copy it to the “mileage modification” folder on the desktop.

(If the original car chip is 35080, choose 35080 raw data.bin; if the original car chip is 35160, choose 35160 raw data. bin)

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6. Open the “mileage modification” folder, drag the original data to the modification tool or double-click to open the “35XX mileage modification tool”, drag the original data into the tool interface and press Enter to confirm.

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7. Enter the mileage data you want to modify as prompted (Note: don’t forget to input the unit, for example: XXXkm or XXXmi), then press Enter to confirm, and the new file 35xxx raw data _yyyy.bin will be automatically generated.

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8. Open the “35XX Memory” USB flash drive, delete the 35xxx simulated data  .bin file of the corresponding chip (note the “simulated” data file), and then copy the 35xxx original data _yyyy.bin file generated in the “mileage modification” folder to the “35XX memory” U disk.

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9. Data comparisonRe-plug the simulator, open the “35XX memory” U disk.

Compare the newly generated simulated data of the corresponding chip and the modified data in the “mileage modification” folder. If the data is the same, the operation is successful. Solder the simulator to the instrument chip location.

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10. Done. Yanhua 35160 / 35080 programming Emulator correct mileage for 35160WT complete.

Tip: The copied raw data.bin file is recommended to be saved to the computer, so that the data can be recovered when the operation is wrong. If the operation is abnormal, don’t be nervous. Unplug the usb and plug it back to restore normal.

Kess V2 V5.017 Ksuite 2.47 Version Software Feedback

Ksuite 2.47 software adds many working protocols comparing old version. Here’s the customer test feedback on KESS V2 EU clone version 2.47 K-suite.

For sale Ksuite 2.47 that works with kess FW 5.017
Added:
CATERPILLAR A5E2 P 549
VOLVO 1.6 /2.0 CONTINENTAL SID807 P 489
FORD TRUCK FPT ENGINE BOSCH EDC7UC31 KLINE P 548
HUSQVARNA KEIHIN CAN P 554
ALL SIMOS 18 18.1 18.2 NEW GENERATION 4.5MB
Some old protocol fixes
CHECKSUMS BUG FIXES
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Note:
Ksuite 2.47 work only with kess v2 5.017. or Kess 5.028, not KTAG…software activation is for every computer and there is some new protocols.

Success:
VW Crafter Bosch EDC17CP20 Tricore External read-write OK!
c220 w204.. delphi CRD3…read write ok..
w212 220cdi CRD 2.16 read write obd ok..
VW Golf 5 EDC16U1 OK
Sharan EDC16U31 OK
Passat PCR2.1 Write OK (ECU was already unlocked)
Alfa 147 ME7.3.1 OK
Audi A6 4G 2012 EDC17cp44 Obd Write ok!
Edc17C46 writing on obd TESTED !
Renault scenic 1,5dci 2007 delphi ecu ddcr read/wirte ok!
Vag edc15 read/write ok!
Bmw ms42 read/wirte ok!
Bmw ms43 read/write ok!
Opel Astra H 1,7cdti 2008 81kw denso ecu Read/write ok
Bosch me 7.1 golf 4 2,8 24v AUE engine read/write ok!
Edc16c31 bmw read/write ok!
Edc16u34/31 vag read/write ok!
Delphi (mercedes sprinter om651) read / write by obd
Ford fiesta 2008 1.6 tdi edc1634 read write by odb
VW passat 1.9tdi PDI read/write by obd
Mercedes w211 om646 read/write by obd
new beetle tdi 105cv 1.9tdi 2004 edc15p read and write ok
pcr2.1 ok POLO TDI 6R 9CV READ OK WRITE PERFECT, full by obd2
bmw dde4.0 Read write ok!
Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY 4Matic 7AT with Bosch EDC17CP46 was readed with Kess v2 2.34 Tricore and written with Kess 2.47 Tricore
Porsche 997 3.8S Year 2006 Bosch ME7.8.x CARTRONIC WRITE PERFECT OK by k-line test in bench
BMW 320 E46 EDC16C31 OK
Ford Focus TDCI 1.6 EDC16C36 OK
Peugeot 307CC 1.6/PETROL ME 7.4.5 OK
Volvo EDC16C31 read-write on K-line…TESTED !
MED17.1 2.0 TFSI Audi A5 tested without problems (VR)
EDC16CP34 3.0 TDI without problem
EDC17C64 Skoda Octavia without problem (VR)
Mercedes Sprinter 906 2008 edc16c31 Read write obd OK!
BMW Bosch EDC16+C35 via CAN Read/Write OBD ok

Volvo S40 continental SID803A read/write ok
BMW E92 M3 2008 Continental MSS60 read and write over OBD work without a problem
Audi A4 Engine: CABB 118 kW (160 HP) 1.8 l Bosch MED17.5 read over OBD OK!
Audi A5 2008 Coupe EDC17CP04 CAPA 176 kW (240 HP) 3 l Read over OBD OK

Vag dq250 read / write no problem
VW Golf 6 GTD edc17c46 Tprot tricore Read and write without error CRC OK
VW Tigaun EDC17C64 GPT Tricore Read and write without error CRC OK
SEAT LION EDC17C64 GPT TICORE Read and write without error CRC OK

Mercedes B180 CDI 2010 EDC16C32 R/W OBD….OK !
Audi RS6 4F 5.0 TFSI V10 MED9.1 BUH
Read Master ECU OK -OBD
Write Master ECU OK – OBD
Write Slave ECU OK – OBD
When you write master ECU, fan are running, you need a good battery charger

test write edc17cp14 with tp 2011 write by obd use protocol 501 Work fine
Chevrolet Aveo 1.6 liter. 2012 year Delco E83. Read and write ok

test write edc17cp14 with tp 2011 write by obd use protocol 501 Work fine
Chevrolet Aveo 1.6 liter. 2012 year Delco E83. Read and write ok
Ford Mondeo 2.0L 2010 year Automatic transmission success
Toyota Corolla 1.6 automatic transmission success

Failed:

porsche 958 turbo 2011 SIEMENS SDI8 read is by Virtual read ,for ME impossible
write i have message CHANGE STATUT IMPOSSIBLE
NO SUCCES MAYBE ANTI TUNING

BMW E70 X5 Bosch EDC17CP09 Bootloader Tricore Protocol 226
Read OK
Write Not OK, problem with checksum correction

ksuite 2.47 can only write EDC17C74 protocol 510

Nissan Consult 3 Plus Data Monitor Recording Function

This article show a guide on how to use Nissan Consult III Plus to perform data monitor recording function to record engine ECU data.Hope it is helpful to your work,and if you want to know more about Nissan Consult 3 Plus,check:Nissan Consult 3 Plus Projects.

Related Contents:
Nissan Consult 3 Plus Software Download
How to Install Nissan Consult 3 III Plus Diagnostic Software
Nissan Consult 3 Plus Clone Interface

Procedures:
1.Recording Data:
From the “All DTC” screen, select the system you need to monitor operational data from.
-In this example we will be looking at the Engine ECU.
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2.From the “Self Diagnostic Result” screen, select the “Data Monitor”tab.
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3.Selecting Data:
(i) Clear the pre selected Main Signals items by touching “Clear Monitor Item”.
(ii) Highlight the desired items from the list on the screen. Select these examples:

ENG SPEED
MAS A/F SE-B1
BATTERY VOLT
ACCEL SEN 1
T P SEN 1
START SIGNAL
INJ PULSE B1
IGN TIMING
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4.Setting Recording Parameters:
In some cases, the default settings may be all that are required.(i) Touch the “Setting”tab (circled right).
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(ii) Sampling Rate:Slow down the “Sampling Rate” from every 10ms to every 20ms.This can be done by selecting the drop down icon. (circled). (iii) Recording Time:There maybe cases where the recording time needs to be extended beyond the 10 sec. default.For this exercise, set the “Recording Time”to 20 seconds(arrow at right) so as not to make the graphs too large.
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(iv) Trigger Point:Adjust the “Trigger Point” (arrow at right). Move it to 20% Preand 80% Post (circled).

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5.Setting Trigger Conditions:

(i) Select the second tab “Trigger Condition 1”.This provides access to trigger condition settings.Un-select the “DTC Trigger”box if the ECM has a permanent DTC in it. Otherwise, the recording will start automatically as soon as a DTC is detected.

(ii) Select “Confirm” on the bottom right of the screen.

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(iii) Touch “Start” once the screen returns to the“Monitor Menu” screen.

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6.Data Recording outline:
The recording activityis basically as follows;(i) Touch record.(ii) Immediately start Engine & allow to idle for 2 seconds max.(iii) Race engine twice & allow to idle again until the end of recording.The above must be carried out as quickly as possible in order to maximise the recorded data on the graphs.

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7.Start the Recording:

(i)Once prepared, touch “RECORD”on the bottom right of the screen to capture the activity of the engine as described above in step #6.Watch the recording time bar graph (circled at right). Recording stops at 100%.

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NOTE:

DO NOT PRESS THE “Stop” BUTTON DURING THE RECORDING OR THE DATA WILL BE LOST.

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(ii) Once the recording has stopped, the graph of data is automatically displayed.

Data can be viewed as required in either graphical or numerical form.

8.Saving the Recording:

The recorded file should now be saved so it is not accidently lost before it can be reviewed in detail.

(i)Select the “Save” button (circled) at the top left of the screen.

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(ii) This opens the “Data Monitor” dialogue box. Enter the vehicle’s VIN as the “File name” to make the file easy to find later.

The file is now safely stored on the Toughbook in the CONSULT-III plus “Data Folders”.

(iii) Close the recording by selecting the red “X” Close button at the top right of the screen (circled at top right).

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9.Accessing and Reviewing Recorded Data:

(i) Click on the “Recorded Data” icon at the top of the screen (circled).

(ii) Since this is a Data Monitor recording, select the “DataMonitor” folder.

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(iii) Select and Open the previously saved file (JN1FBAC11A000…..).

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10.Reviewing Data File:

The file can be displayed in graphical or numerical formats as required.

(i) In graphical display, one graph can be “dragged” from its current position in the screen order to be located alongside any other signal for a direct comparison.

(ii) If so desired, you can compress more data into the same field. Select the “+” or “-” symbol (circled).

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(iii) It?s possible to slide the data back in time to catch activity well before “RECORD” was touched (represented by vertical red line near left of screen).

Use the bottom blue slider tab on the screen to do so (arrowed).

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11.Sending Recorded Files to TechLine:

Once a recording has been saved, it can be readily accessed and attached to a TechLine Contact.

(i) Minimise CONSULT and click on the “CIII plus Data Folder” icon on the desktop.

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These files are saved in a specific folder within the CONSULT application files:

C:\CONSULT-III_plus\UserData\DataControl\DataMonitor

(ii) Select the “DataControl” folder.

This is where all saved data of any kind is located.

(iii) Select the “Data Monitor” folder.

Since you were using Data Monitor, it is in this folder that your saved file will be stored.

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(iv) Your recorded file identified by the VIN is found.

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NOTE: Since this is a CONSULT embedded “DM” file, it cannot be opened outside of CONSULT-III plus.Simply attach this file to your TechLine contact.It is important that the VIN is used as the file name to enable easy identification and access in the future.If there is more than one file, it will help TechLine if they are identified by the same VIN with an alphabetical suffix, i.e.

JN1FBAC11A0001234_A
JN1FBAC11A0001234_B
JN1FBAC11A0001234_C … etc