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 61 
 on: July 26, 2014, 05:59:54 AM 
Started by littco - Last post by littco
2  * TT cluster dumps.

1 has 99999 mileage.


Other is ok

 62 
 on: July 26, 2014, 03:07:24 AM 
Started by spennerus - Last post by turboat
If you do have that DTC, read the eeprom with argdubs tool, then process it with 95040tool - this will show if the death code is set, and let you clear it. Then write back with argdubs tool in boot mode.

 63 
 on: July 26, 2014, 02:54:35 AM 
Started by AndrewS - Last post by panos1975
Post your original file.....

 64 
 on: July 26, 2014, 02:47:44 AM 
Started by AndrewS - Last post by AndrewS
Hello?

I changed my k03 turbin to (Mitsubishi)TD05-14G.

I feel It is little bigger than k04. and good match with my TT fwd.

Now I'm using chiptund ECU but fuel is too lean. so I bought a new ECU and want to try remap.

I tried to find variable address but I coundn't find it...

I attached a file that I got it thru VCDS cable with Gallato.

I'm ready to check A/F ratio, bench flashing.

Please give me a help !!

Thank you.

 65 
 on: July 26, 2014, 02:46:33 AM 
Started by spennerus - Last post by fukenbroken
check DTCs
if you still have a "ecu bad checksum" then you need to read eeprom and manually remove death code from it. then boot mode your ecu and write eeprom back
you can use kkl cable for this

 66 
 on: July 26, 2014, 01:58:20 AM 
Started by tryme09 - Last post by tryme09
Ecu Number i have is 4B0906018 DQ 2005 Passat AWM Me7.5

I have 90 Corrado 1.8t Aeb swaped had Me 3.8 wired in running had issues with turbos so i put td04 t/3 on it. I knew there weren't many options on  me 3.8 tunning wise so i pulled 2005 passat AWM ecu pedal harness and related sensors, wired in ecu then i came on here read and read got bench setup and flashed in bootmode 95040 file Immo defeat i saved my Eprom bin, car fire right up. As am learning more and more everyday i got me tuner pro nef's software i read my flashed ecu and saved it, as i have been looking for xdf file so i can look at some maps and go slow i couldnt find one for my ecu as its rare. So i ran across that i could convert to
4B0906018D and such to 06A906032MJ and so forth, so i found this file here


1.8T 180HP 06A906032HN

http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=573.0title=

I ran checksum and all was good so i flashed it with nefmoto and everything went good and smooth 100% she was done. and now LOL i cant connect to VAG nor NEFMOTO, i powered ecu down i will wait hour or so see what happeneds if nothing i will boot flash my old bin files and go from there..

What do you guys think might have went wrong here is there such thing as different ecu number reflash i just wanted something more available but like i said i backed everything up.. as i just got into ME7.5 ecu altering but i do have computer knowledge to get me out of sticky situations

Thanks Hopefully i get this thing good :-)





 67 
 on: July 26, 2014, 01:09:57 AM 
Started by stolenheartdealer - Last post by turboat
There is absolutely no reason we can't port python code to something more native-y

I'm inclined to say we should make it less nativey, I like the idea of having something I can run on linux, osx, windows, android without having to port!

 68 
 on: July 25, 2014, 11:53:03 PM 
Started by Pvelame - Last post by Dropout
Wotbox no ... I want a OEM system. Nothing miraculous boxes.
I do not want my car like a Christmas tree.

I need help, if someone can make me a tutorial or teach me step by step.

I have searched for this also but so far I haven't seen any one implement it using the me3.8.x . From what I've learned implementing it is not easy as it requires the code to be disassemble, understood, then the function must be created, implemented and inserted into a free block in the code etc. .

 69 
 on: July 25, 2014, 11:38:30 PM 
Started by Dropout - Last post by Dropout
Hi, for I few days I've been researching injector scaling for the me3.8.3 but I'm still a little confused as to how exactly it's done. While searching I saw that some people say scale FGAT0 (grundanpassungsfaktor), others say KHFM (grundanpassungskonstante). On my setup I've currently swapped to 380cc/min injectors and have scaled FGAT0 as follows 260/380*1.001(FGAT0) = 0.6849 (0.6875 in winols), is this correct ? What got me wondering is that when I compare loads before/after the injector scaling they don't mach up excatly, before load at idle was ~0.9ms with ~2.60 g/s now load is ~ 0.70ms with ~1.95g/s . Logging AFR (plx wide band) , idle and part throttle are ~14.7, but full load is a bit rich high to mid 10s . Also idle mixture adaptation is very high ~20%. This got me thinking if I'm changing the right constant/factor, maybe when scaling the injectors both FGAT0 and KHFM must be scaled ?

P.S. The car (150 AGU) currently is running the stock MAF and is not hitting the MAF or  12.75ms limit, max load is ~10.7ms. I want to clear the injector issue before I go about scaling the MAF and upping the boost .

Thanks in advance

 70 
 on: July 25, 2014, 08:47:41 PM 
Started by thelastleroy - Last post by ddillenger
There is a sticky.

"Cables that you, the members.....(something about confirmed working)"

Check it out, and then post the one you end up buying, and if it works. Smiley

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