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« on: June 06, 2018, 07:22:58 PM »

I need the definition file for the L box on the B5 S4 for data logging. Anyone have this or is the M box file usable on the L box for data logging?

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« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2018, 09:06:02 PM »

THis is the output I keep getting. I grabbed the only L file I could find and it doesn't work either. Any help will be greatly appreciated..

[Identification]
HWNumber           = "0261207004"
SWNumber           = "1037354145"
PartNumber         = "8D0907551L"
SWVersion          = "0001"
EngineId           = "2.7l V6/5VT"

Logged variables are:
#no.: name                , alias                           , addr  ,sz, bitm, S, I,  A         ,   B, unit
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#001: dwkrz_0             , IgnitionRetardCyl1              , 380C2B, 1, 0000, 1, 0,        0.75,   0, '░KW'
#002: dwkrz_1             , IgnitionRetardCyl5              , 380C2C, 1, 0000, 1, 0,        0.75,   0, '░KW'
#003: dwkrz_2             , IgnitionRetardCyl3              , 380C2D, 1, 0000, 1, 0,        0.75,   0, '░KW'
#004: dwkrz_3             , IgnitionRetardCyl2              , 380C2E, 1, 0000, 1, 0,        0.75,   0, '░KW'
#005: dwkrz_4             , IgnitionRetardCyl6              , 380C2F, 1, 0000, 1, 0,        0.75,   0, '░KW'
#006: dwkrz_5             , IgnitionRetardCyl4              , 380C30, 1, 0000, 1, 0,        0.75,   0, '░KW'
#007: dwkrz_6             , IgnitionRetardCyl0              , 380C31, 1, 0000, 1, 0,        0.75,   0, '░KW'
#008: dwkrz_7             , IgnitionRetardCyl0              , 380C32, 1, 0000, 1, 0,        0.75,   0, '░KW'
Logged data size is 8 bytes.
Really logged are 4 entries with 8 bytes.
Start connecting to ECU at 06.06.2018 23:04:07.926
try connect slow(11)
=> FLASH (slowinit)
ecuid reports software version
Started session86, speed=56000
-> Read ECU ID's .... done
SWNumber mismatch: need '1037354145', ecu is '1037360856'
=> Logging failed
exiting (cause=0x4)...

C:\ME7Logger>
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« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2018, 10:03:20 PM »

this is what me7info is for.
it autogenerates a def file for you.
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« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2018, 06:51:38 AM »

Alright then I’m missing something then.  I’ll do some more reading and try again.  Thanks
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« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2018, 08:36:16 PM »

Okay, So I have used me7info and it created the file and I have used me7logger to attempt to log.. I am still getting a mismatch l like I posted the other day. What am I missing on this? Car is a 2000 s4 with L box ecu that was tuned by vast we believe. Do I need to attempt to pull the bin from the ECU or am I getting a little too deep? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you
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« Reply #5 on: June 10, 2018, 12:05:23 AM »

1037360856 is a ecu I do not recognize

Yes, you may need to read the image out
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« Reply #6 on: June 10, 2018, 12:07:40 AM »

Thanks.. I will give this a try when I get near the car later this week.. I will post my findings and upload a copy of the bin in case this is ever seen again. Thanks for the reply Nyet! Much Appreciated.
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