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« on: August 12, 2017, 02:35:57 PM »

hi everyone i have recently gotten a tuned ecu for me7.5 1.8t. it's a 2004 jetta gli awp
it is an open bin file so i can read it and write it no problem and hand it out if i really want to.
so no matter what ecu i flash it to i end up getting a P0601
i use nefmoto to flash over obd and i have also tried bootmode but the code comes back randomly and doesn't let me start my car
a quick fix just to get me home is to use vag k commander 2.5 to flash my stock immo file back on my ecu.
and sometimes even right after i do that if i try and restart the engine, it wont start again.
my ecu that came in the car is a 06A906032SM and the tuned ecu file i bought is a 06A906032LP
if someone is willing to help and properly checkover the checksums i will pm you the files. Flash bin and immo bins

thanks and i am looking forward for the help and giving back
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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2017, 03:49:22 PM »

Have you read all the threads using the search term "p0601" on this forum?
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« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2017, 09:19:12 PM »

Yeah most of the things I try do not work the error keeps appearing no matter what I try unless there is some secret or a way to delete the code from the flash

I have tried boot mode to flash eeprom
Still comes back
I have flashed via nefmoto and it still comes back
I'm just looking for some help and I will send the flash to someone who knows about the checksums just to make sure they are correct or to check to see if the flash is bad
(Just ask me for it)

I haven't gotten any errors while flashing such as incomplete or connection errors if that helps
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« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2017, 10:28:01 PM »

hi everyone i have recently gotten a tuned ecu for me7.5 1.8t. it's a 2004 jetta gli awp
it is an open bin file so i can read it and write it no problem and hand it out if i really want to.
so no matter what ecu i flash it to i end up getting a P0601
i use nefmoto to flash over obd and i have also tried bootmode but the code comes back randomly and doesn't let me start my car
a quick fix just to get me home is to use vag k commander 2.5 to flash my stock immo file back on my ecu.
and sometimes even right after i do that if i try and restart the engine, it wont start again.
my ecu that came in the car is a 06A906032SM and the tuned ecu file i bought is a 06A906032LP
if someone is willing to help and properly checkover the checksums i will pm you the files. Flash bin and immo bins

thanks and i am looking forward for the help and giving back

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« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2017, 11:13:21 PM »

Please post the output of me7sum
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« Reply #5 on: August 13, 2017, 12:33:44 AM »

Please post the output of me7sum
here you go
what doesn't make sense to me is that when i pull the eeprom file via bootmode it says the death code is not set but when i read it via obd with vagkcommander it shows the deathcode in the eeprom
and the checksum seems fine to me.
could it possibly be that since my car came with a SM ecu and it is 6 speed but now i am putting a LP file in it?
im not so sure... just making theories

https://gyazo.com/14738ba363695360fe0a2fd56cb09a03
https://gyazo.com/4058b285736bb857fbc2b5842b84744e
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« Reply #6 on: August 13, 2017, 07:17:40 AM »

Did you use the lc/nls patch?
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« Reply #7 on: August 13, 2017, 10:30:38 AM »

1) that isn't me7sum
2) you can copy/paste the output of a cmd program directly using right-click mark
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« Reply #8 on: August 13, 2017, 11:21:35 AM »

Did you use the lc/nls patch?
the tune came with lc and nls
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« Reply #9 on: August 13, 2017, 11:24:10 AM »

1) that isn't me7sum
2) you can copy/paste the output of a cmd program directly using right-click mark

C:\Users\Dylan\Desktop\ME7Sum-master\ME7Sum-master>me7check.exe glitunedecu.bin
==============================================================================
me7check v1.12 (c) mki, 06/2004-05/2012
Checking file glitunedecu.bin (size=1048576)
Reading Version Strings...
-> Bootrom Version = 05.12
-> EPK = 42/1/ME7.5/120/4013.00//24D/Dst07o/051202/
-> Contents of ECUID data table:
   - '0261207955'         (SSECUHN)
   - '1037367518'         (SSECUSN)
   - '06A906032LP '       (VAG part number)
   - '0007'               (VAG sw number)
   - '1.8L R4/5VT     '   (engine id)
-> Contents of ECUID data table:
   - 'HW_MAN004'


-> No errors found. File is OK.   *********************


C:\Users\Dylan\Desktop\ME7Sum-master\ME7Sum-master>



sorry about that here is the me7sum output
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« Reply #10 on: August 13, 2017, 01:50:49 PM »

the tune came with lc and nls

I am willing to bet your tune is doing this because this patch.  032PL will have an issue if your tuner just ran the patch script against the binary without other modifications.
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« Reply #11 on: August 13, 2017, 01:53:38 PM »

I can delete dtc if you want
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« Reply #12 on: August 13, 2017, 03:32:48 PM »

That isn't me7sum either. That is still me7check.
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« Reply #13 on: August 13, 2017, 08:17:19 PM »

That isn't me7sum either. That is still me7check.

hey sorry...i used the program from the link in your signature..i have found the right one


if you want me to send it over so you can do what you want instead of me being a dummy and you trying to walk me through it i can send it so it is easier for you




C:\Users\Dylan\Desktop\me7sum-v1.0.5>me7sume.exe glitunedecu.bin
'me7sume.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

C:\Users\Dylan\Desktop\me7sum-v1.0.5>me7sum.exe glitunedecu.bin
ME7Sum (v1.0.5) [Management tool for Bosch ME7.x firmwares]
Inspiration from Andy Whittaker's tools and information.
Written by 360trev and nyet [BSD License Open Source].

Attempting to open firmware file 'glitunedecu.bin'

Step #1: Reading ROM info ..
 Searching for EPK signature...OK
 Searching for ECUID table...OK
 EPK         : '42/1/ME7.5/120/4013.00//24D/Dst07o/051202/'
 Part Number : '06A906032LP '
 Engine ID   : '1.8L R4/5VT     '
 SW Version  : '0007'
 HW Number   : '0261207955'
 SW Number   : '1037367518'

Step #2: Reading ROMSYS ..
 Startup section: word[0x008000]+word[0x00FFFE]
 @08038 Add=0x00007DEB CalcAdd=0x00007DEB  ADD OK
 All param page: word[0x010000]+word[0x01FFFE]
 @01be66 Add=0x00971D CalcAdd=0x00971D  ADD OK

Step #3: Reading RSA signatures ..
 Searching for RSA offset #0...OK
 Searching for RSA offset #1...OK
         Signature: @9cf30-9cfb0
           Modulus: @169d6-16a56
          Exponent: @16a56 = 3
 Searching for MD5 ranges...OK
 MD5 Block Offset Table @169b2 [32 bytes]:
 1) 0x00010002-0x00013FFE
 2) 0x00014252-0x00017F4E
 3) 0x00018192-0x0001FBDC
 4) 0x00026A00-0x0002FFFC
 EncrMD5: 84 85 1a 20 74 f0 28 11 58 ab b4 53 d6 1a 76 4c
 CalcMD5: 84 85 1a 20 74 f0 28 11 58 ab b4 53 d6 1a 76 4c
  OK

Step #4: Finding CRC table(s) ..
 Searching for CRC table(s)...OK
 CRC table(s) OK

Step #5: Reading Main Data Checksums ..
 Searching for main data CRC pre block...missing
 Searching for main data CRC/csum blocks...OK
 Searching for main data CRC offsets...missing
 Searching for main data checksum offsets...OK
 Main Checksums:
 1) 0x010002-0x013FFE CalcCSM: 0013A3E3
 2) 0x014252-0x017F4E CalcCSM: 002D1810
 3) 0x018192-0x01FBDC CalcCSM: 004C51F7
 4) 0x026A00-0x02FFFC CalcCSM: 00BCE8A4
 @9d776 CSM: 00BCE8A4 CalcCSM: 00BCE8A4 OK

Step #6: ROMSYS Program Pages
 Program pages: 8k page first+last in 0x0000-0xFFFF and 0x20000-0xFFFFF
 @00803c Add=0x99BB9F CalcAdd=0x99BB9F  ADD OK

Step #7: Reading Main Program Checksums ..
 Searching for main program checksum..OK
 ROM Checksum Block Offset Table @27f0e [16 bytes]:
 1) 0x000000-0x00FBFF CalcChk: 48D02496
    0x00FC00-0x01FFFF CalcChk: 258D96AD CalcCRC: 5F4F0DC9 SKIPPED
 2) 0x020000-0x0FFFFF CalcChk: 04D53958
 @fffe0 Chk: 04D53958 CalcChk: 04D53958 OK (i)

Step #8: Reading Multipoint Checksum Blocks ..
 Searching for multipoint block descriptor #1...missing
 Searching for multipoint block descriptor #2...OK
 1) <1fbde>  0x000000-0x003FFF Chk: 0FA0F5CF Boot: (whitelisted) OK
 2) <1fbee>  0x004000-0x007FFF Chk: 0F4716B3 Boot: (whitelisted) OK
 3) <1fbfe>  0x000000-0x003FFF Chk: 0FA0F5CF CalcChk: 0FA0F5CF OK
 ..........
64) <1ffce>  0x0F4000-0x0F7FFF Chk: 1FFFE000 CalcChk: 1FFFE000 OK
65) <1ffde>  0x0F8000-0x0FBFFF Chk: 1FFFE000 CalcChk: 1FFFE000 OK
66) <1ffee>  0x0FC000-0x0FFFFF Chk: 1FFDE002 CalcChk: 1FFDE002 OK
 Multipoint #2: [66 blocks x <16> = 1056 bytes]

Step #9: Looking for rechecks ..
    <1fc6e>  0x01C000-0x01FFFF Chk: 06F70DAB CalcChk: 06F70DAB OK (recheck)

*** Found 70 checksums in glitunedecu.bin

*** DONE! 0 error(s) in glitunedecu.bin! ***

C:\Users\Dylan\Desktop\me7sum-v1.0.5>
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« Reply #14 on: August 13, 2017, 08:19:39 PM »

I am willing to bet your tune is doing this because this patch.  032PL will have an issue if your tuner just ran the patch script against the binary without other modifications.


its a decent tune imo..the car rips when it runs right compared to my old one and two step and nls work just fine
he claimed it is his own lc/nls maps and the tune runs butter smooth cause he has somewhat perfected it over the years . he told me that out of the hundreds of tunes he has sold i am the only person with this problem.
our initial thought was a bad ecu but i flashed to my spare ecu and the problem still occurs.
target boost is 20ish psi and drops to about 15 towards redline
i have nothing against him at all he was very cooperative with me and so was i with him
we stayed up for hours and he helped me through making a bench harness and using bootmode. i can probably do it in my sleep now

i also keep getting this error saying connection charger throttle valve pressure drop or something like that and it limits me to 5psi if that helps you out any
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