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 on: Today at 08:22:48 PM 
Started by Jim_Coupe - Last post by Mikhail
By the way this allows left foot braking if you raise the pressure significantly. I'm guessing though there may be a map that would allow braking if accelerator is pressed.
Why need to change TCU to allow left foot braking??

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 on: Today at 04:33:09 PM 
Started by gareth_iowc - Last post by nyet
because i'm a fool and must of missed that? Smiley

Next time you buy anything of off ebay, looking at the ratings is generally a good start.

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 on: Today at 04:30:39 PM 
Started by gareth_iowc - Last post by gareth_iowc
i also have a blue ebay vag kkl cable but i cannot see that in nefmoto.

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 on: Today at 04:26:53 PM 
Started by gareth_iowc - Last post by gareth_iowc
because i'm a fool and must of missed that? Smiley

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 on: Today at 04:25:22 PM 
Started by gareth_iowc - Last post by nyet
Why on earth did you choose the cable with a one star rating?

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 on: Today at 04:21:00 PM 
Started by gareth_iowc - Last post by gareth_iowc
thanks guys Smiley

grey where did you find that information if i wanted to look at another one my self?

thanks

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 on: Today at 04:18:55 PM 
Started by gareth_iowc - Last post by gareth_iowc
hi all,

so after looking at the s4 wiki i bought an ebay eobd 2 reader.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/EOBD-2-OBDII-OBD2-Galletto-1260-ECU-Program-Diagnostic-Cable-Remap-Flasher-Tool-/331206074611?hash=item4d1d6ba0f3:g:xGgAAOSwmtJXU0wm

i have installed the drivers provided and interestingly it doest come up as a com device is that correct?

after loading nefmoto i can see my cable in the device box listed as "EOBD2"

but when i click connect slowinit i get "Failed to read test echo from FTDI device. Make sure the cable is in dumb mode and connected to the OBD port."

ignition is on.

i've added some screen shots.

this laptop is windows xp and has a built in comport to save any confusion.

any suggestions?

thanks

gareth the n00b

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 on: Today at 03:27:52 PM 
Started by unknownerror - Last post by unknownerror
okay, well that kinda shuks  Sad
my local tuner had my original ecu and was trying to save it but didn't succeed.. i dont know if it was a checksum error, but it had been flashed before i got it.
the other ecu i bought, that i did immo-off on, i actually thought it was the 512kb .bin that went in 95040... would that mean it does not have all dtc's now when i've written over it ?

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 on: Today at 03:18:37 PM 
Started by unknownerror - Last post by KasperH
All tunable maps are located on the 29f400 chip(512kb .bin file in your case)
Immo, DTC's and other vehicle specific info is stored on 95040 chip.

If your original ecu had an "memory checksum error" DTC which couldn't be erased, someone flashed a bad file to the ECU or it could very well be that the 29f400 chip was faulty. That DTC can only be removed by editing the 95040 flash.

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 on: Today at 03:12:53 PM 
Started by unknownerror - Last post by unknownerror
Sorry, i see what you're sayin now  Shocked
Local tuner told me there was a memory problem with 29f400.
the other ecu i got is stock in 29f400, and the only thing i did was remove immo, therefor it is running stock of course.
Thanks for making me understand Cheesy
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