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alizczewy
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Hi there Cheesy

I've got confusing problem. The car is  Euro Audi A6 4.2 BAT:

HWNumber          = {0261208363}
SWNumber          = {1037370690}
PartNumber        = {4F0910560   }
SWVersion         = {0030}
EngineId          = {4.2L V8/5V     }

I used to log this car with me7Logger on genuine software without any troubles, but recently I found fully defined .bin with a2l which was supplied for USA/CDN market:

HWNumber          = {0261208364}
SWNumber          = {1037504110}
PartNumber        = {4F0910560A  }
SWVersion         = {0030}
EngineId          = {4.2L V8/5V     }

So Finally I decided to flash the ECU with this file. After flashing every thing seems be right, but logging with ME7Logger is no longer possible. The thing is, on that file(US market) there isn't communication with ECU through K-Line. On this software the ECU uses CAN bus for diagnostic. What do you think guys, is there any option to logging the ecu with ME7Logger through CAN bus?

I atached description of file what has been uploaded to ecu.
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« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2016, 06:19:20 PM »

is there any option to logging the ecu with ME7Logger through CAN bus?

No
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« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2018, 02:18:41 PM »

Hello,
can you please upload original 4F0910560A ?
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