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 on: Yesterday at 05:30:07 AM 
Started by turboat - Last post by spawn2death
Hi. I read eeproom with me7_95040 in boot mode (version 1.31 in not boot mode does not work).

C:\Temp\eepromtool>eepromtool --in eeprom_2.bin
95040 Eeeprom Tool - 0.3 - No warranty implied or given, manually verify all cha
nges before saving eeprom to ECU, this tool could cause permenent damage to ECU
and prevent vehicle running

Read in 512bytes
EEPROM Status:
- VIN: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
- SKC: 065535
- Immobiliser: On
- Checksum: Invalid Checksum
- Size: 512bytes
- Cluster Code: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
- P0601 DTC: not set
- Immo ID: XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
- Softcoding ID: 5712

ECU 4b0907551f

I want replace my magnetti marelli panel with vdo and off immobilizer. I fear do it this with eepromtool. Invalid checksum and xxxxxxxxx vin.

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 05:15:13 AM 
Started by brembo - Last post by brembo
Hello,

I do not get in the Gulf Launch Control to run correctly.
Can someone please help me there?

Lg.

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 05:12:22 AM 
Started by Westfarmracing - Last post by Westfarmracing
Hehe, with your turbos, you got plenty left.
 Mine are done. Just let them loose all the way man. Smiley What is your FATS?

I want to Smiley, but I dont know what will happen if i go over 1.5bar without the hack. And how much should I boost it? I want the turbos to hold also, maybe not more than 1,7?

Latest FATS was 2.83 and I have s4 tranny

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 03:39:43 AM 
Started by aef - Last post by TijnCU
Whaha thats lame  Grin
Have you wired it in yet? For testing you could just run it outside of the intake system, with your oem dv direct to the manifold. This would be a cool solution to clean up some more vacuum hoses, very interested.

 65 
 on: Yesterday at 01:20:12 AM 
Started by Westfarmracing - Last post by Mocke
Hehe, with your turbos, you got plenty left.
 Mine are done. Just let them loose all the way man. Smiley What is your FATS?

 66 
 on: December 20, 2014, 09:35:16 PM 
Started by turdburglar44 - Last post by turdburglar44
KFNLLNST is now in this xdf and verified working. Between that + FKSTT and KFWKSTT my car is now able to cold start and drive away immediately with no problems (on a 30 degf day). Waiting to get some colder weather to fully stress test this tune.

 67 
 on: December 20, 2014, 09:05:58 PM 
Started by tnel20 - Last post by tnel20
would that work ?

 68 
 on: December 20, 2014, 05:31:58 PM 
Started by Illmat1c - Last post by ddillenger
Seems you are a mastermind! Worked like a charm, just need to set the readiness and its golden.

Thanks again!

Happy to help.

 69 
 on: December 20, 2014, 05:27:16 PM 
Started by Illmat1c - Last post by Illmat1c
Seems you are a mastermind! Worked like a charm, just need to set the readiness and its golden.

Thanks again!

 70 
 on: December 20, 2014, 04:18:03 PM 
Started by TijnCU - Last post by TijnCU
Hey guys, I am stumped by my car. (2000 1.8t ME7.5 512) Flashed my revised maf file, try to start the car and... does not fire! I check the codes, there are multiple codes related to the throttle body. They will not clear and I have no response from the pedal. Does not adapt, and does not start. I then took out the ecu, placed my stock ecu and get the same issue.
The TB is clean, wires are all giving proper voltages (5v @ pin 2-gnd and 5v @ pin 2-6), when logging measuringblock 62 I get 2 working graphs for the pedal sensor, and 2 inverse graphs for the TB angle sensors when I move it by hand. I took it apart, looks very clean inside. scrubbed the brushes a bit and did a test on a seperate power source (11v) and the throttle valve will open/close very fast and strong.
When I put it back in the car, I can hear it whizzing when I switch ignition on, but it does not open or close as usual (pre start adaption). If i press the accelerator I can hear it "click" but it is not strong enough to open.
What voltage is sent by the ecu to control the motor? Is it 12v or 5? I did a quick test with my DMM connected to the plug pin 3+5 (motor power supply) and I get a quick flash of 7.4v on the screen. Now this is not a quick or expensive multimeter so it might not be a really precise reading.
Could it be that the motor requires 12v but is only seeing 7-8v because of a wiring problem? Or do you guys have other experiences with this sort of error? I could buy another TB, but if the problem is in the wiring or ecu thats a waste of money and time. Especially since I have working angle sensors AND a verified working motor on 12v...
Please share your thoughts!

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