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Gallo75
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« Reply #720 on: June 30, 2018, 02:22:00 PM »

If you unplug the ECU, does your Cluster say SAFE and hazard blinking?
Why immo off, did you loose keys or put different ECU?
Usually in those cars Hazards will be on if Key isn't programmed to cluster...

yeah "def" is displayed on the cluster that's why i couldn't adapt the key.
guy didn't care about disabling immo but i didn't know about the hazzards thing.

Is there a way to bypass that? or the only solution is to get another cluster and adapt the key?

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« Reply #721 on: July 24, 2018, 02:49:29 PM »

Hello
and please forgive, I have read and read, and will continue. I am simply trying to dump the eeprom to get my SKC so I can program a couple of keys

at any rate I've attached a screen shot of the process, hopefully some can help.
thanks in advance
ps this is a 2001 Jetta vr6 12valve
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« Reply #722 on: July 25, 2018, 07:42:22 AM »

Is CMD in admin?  Does it have permission to save?
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« Reply #723 on: July 25, 2018, 12:57:06 PM »

Hi Adam
and thanks for the help.
yes, CMD is in admin. I presume there is permission to save, I also tried with a windows xp machine with the same result. I will check on permissions,
thanks again

update, just checked permissions are fine, I even test saved a .txt. and .bin file with no issue
thanks

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« Reply #724 on: July 26, 2018, 03:46:13 AM »

Adjust baud.  Bootmode?
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« Reply #725 on: July 26, 2018, 11:44:06 AM »

hey Adam
well, I was hoping to get it through the DLC port, however I removed the PCM and benched it, got the bin Wink
thanks
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« Reply #726 on: July 27, 2018, 06:11:30 PM »

well, thanks again Adam and of course ArgDub (for creating the utility)

LOL, this is an immo 2, which means the ECU bin provided FF FF for the SKC......I need to dump the cluster

thanks again this site has been an immense help.
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« Reply #727 on: August 03, 2018, 09:57:05 AM »

No more clips or desoldering... here is my EEPROM programer tool.

ME7_95040 is a console application that allows to program ME7 ecu's EEPROM.
It has been tested successfully on ME7.1 and 7.5 ecus.
Tool works with a dumb kline cable, either usb or serial.

For usage instructions, in a command line window run 'me7_95040 --help', it will display the program options with some examples.

Update 2011.11.23 - v1.30 -> /topic,1168.msg11101.html#msg11101
  - Added read support over OBD port
Update 2012.01.16 - v1.31
  - Fix bug with 4Z7907551S ECU
  - Reduce CPU usage
Update - v1.40 -> http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=1168.msg21504#msg21504
 - 95040, 95080, 95160 and 95P08 as well as more cpu options.
 - Allow to specify the chip select pin in case the search function can't find it

Great tool! Read the 95040 chip on my 03 Jetta.
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« Reply #728 on: August 03, 2018, 03:33:55 PM »

well, thanks again Adam and of course ArgDub (for creating the utility)

LOL, this is an immo 2, which means the ECU bin provided FF FF for the SKC......I need to dump the cluster

thanks again this site has been an immense help.

If that FF FF = 255 255, i'm guessing that its not the SKC. I'm trying to get the SKC for my immo3 Jetta. I need a 4 digit code, and the bytes I read equal  a 5 digit code.. Have benn able to read the cluster? If so, how? Thx.
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« Reply #729 on: August 09, 2018, 01:18:14 PM »

I have a b5.5 Passat, 4B0906018DN in the car right now, the first ecu decided to throw P1681 in VCDS and P0602 in Nefmoto. I've tried this program to read it through OBD, nothin, returns 0x50001, changed baud, nothing, port changed from 10 to 1, nothing. So I decided maybe it's time to go into boot mode, I don't have a bench setup, I grounded pin 24 to a solid ground on car turned on ignition and "Bootmode Inactive" in Galetto, and same code when loading bootmode command in ME7eeprom. All I did was do a full read with Nefmoto 1.9.4.3 and it threw the P1681 and P0602. Right now I put in another 4B0906018DN I got from the junkyard, of course I have an active Immobilizer, but still coming back to the same issue where I can't connect to the Me7eeprom or Galletto. I've tried all programs on Windows XP, 7, and 10, all the same results. It's been about a month so I have thrown the towel in and decided to post here. I just need to get this thing running again.

Thanks!
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« Reply #730 on: August 16, 2018, 04:14:34 PM »

Use the standard flashing cable you would use with Nefmoto.  I've not seen anyone use the mpps tool for this purpose.

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What's the cable you are referring to? Have a link? I have MPPS as well that doesn't get assigned a COM port since it's USB.
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« Reply #731 on: August 20, 2018, 07:37:27 PM »

Been trying to write to my EEPROM on a B6 A4 1.8T ECU (518AK) I've tried every single supported baud rate and the farthest I get is the "initializing registers" error with 57600 baud rate. Every other baud rate gives me a monitor core launching error. See attached.

Also, is it weird that I have to turn off my power supply and ground pin 24 for boot mode every time I try to write to it?

I'm using a blue kkl cable, only other thing I can think is that I am not using the correct drivers. The drivers were installed automatically when I connected it to my Windows 7 x64 laptop.
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« Reply #732 on: September 21, 2018, 12:23:20 AM »

I thought I just wanted to share my experience with this tool, so maybe another guy would save my frustrations.

I tried to read the EEPROM on a 022 906 032 CE from a R32 Golf Mk5 and the tool could not do that. The ECU have the 95160 chip and I tried with the 1.4 version that should be able to read this chip. I tried both in OBD mode and Boot mode without luck. When in Bootmode I reached a point where the tool told me that the IDCHIP was not supported.

this is not a complain about the tool, just knowledge sharing to help another guy out.
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« Reply #733 on: September 21, 2018, 04:21:11 AM »

I thought I just wanted to share my experience with this tool, so maybe another guy would save my frustrations.

I tried to read the EEPROM on a 022 906 032 CE from a R32 Golf Mk5 and the tool could not do that. The ECU have the 95160 chip and I tried with the 1.4 version that should be able to read this chip. I tried both in OBD mode and Boot mode without luck. When in Bootmode I reached a point where the tool told me that the IDCHIP was not supported.

this is not a complain about the tool, just knowledge sharing to help another guy out.

Another reason why I believe this tools source-code should be on github. A community member could have easily fixed it for you then..

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« Reply #734 on: September 21, 2018, 05:20:41 AM »

Another reason why I believe this tools source-code should be on github. A community member could have easily fixed it for you then..



someone already did. 5 years ago.

http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=1168.msg44996#msg44996
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