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« Reply #195 on: July 22, 2017, 01:36:11 PM »

Mine is also a Leon, although it's a model year 2003 and I have never burned a coil.
What is the parts number on the coils?
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« Reply #196 on: July 22, 2017, 02:44:23 PM »

Mine is also a Leon, although it's a model year 2003 and I have never burned a coil.
What is the parts number on the coils?
I have NGK U5003 now. OE numbers is 06B 905 115 G
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« Reply #197 on: August 26, 2017, 04:47:35 AM »

For me this function melt coils when drive normally over 30 minutes. They overheat and stop working. Even if i set FTOMN to 01 or 02. Anyone can tell me why it happened when drive without use LC?
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« Reply #198 on: August 26, 2017, 01:02:14 PM »

if you applied the code with the script or executable that is laying around here the only issue you can have is a bad eeprom on newer 29f800 software versions and blown fuses on 29f400 with ftomn set less than 0.1 or 0.2 . I use 0.2.

The issue you are referring to is something in your code somewhere around the tsrldyn code...You accidentaly have changed something without knowing...I figured that in the past the hard way when i was playing around with it.

Re-apply the patch/code with the nefmoto script/exe and set your ftomn to 0.2 if you are an 29f400 user.
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« Reply #199 on: September 02, 2017, 11:04:55 AM »

Here is my file with LC function can anyone take a look for mistakes in code?
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« Reply #200 on: September 07, 2017, 10:14:44 PM »

if you applied the code with the script or executable that is laying around here the only issue you can have is a bad eeprom on newer 29f800 software versions and blown fuses on 29f400 with ftomn set less than 0.1 or 0.2 . I use 0.2.

The issue you are referring to is something in your code somewhere around the tsrldyn code...You accidentaly have changed something without knowing...I figured that in the past the hard way when i was playing around with it.

Re-apply the patch/code with the nefmoto script/exe and set your ftomn to 0.2 if you are an 29f400 user.


It is possible when I have difference in last 9 row?
Script make for me function with last row :    D7 00 38 00 F6 8E F0 4F F3 F8 90 89 DB 00 FF FF
and I have before one difference in this row : D7 00 38 00 F6 8E F0 4F F3 F8 9F 89 DB 00 FF FF
i think this is original routine ( F3 F8 90 89)  so when i have other adress so maybe cause any problems?
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« Reply #201 on: September 08, 2017, 03:34:59 AM »

F3 F8 90 89 is what you replace with DA XX XX  (routine call in) this points to the LC main code, and who evers code is melting changing the dwell to .02ms isnt the correct way in my opinion. send me your bin i will prepare custom LC for you, hammersword gave me a altered version of code, a much improved version i must say, for months i was putting bad code (this code), when really i should have trusted people that know ME7 100%. if people where not so many greedy with knowledge, we wouldn't be sharing coil killing code, the most veteran members on here dont even know how to do it right? this is why open sharing is important, now all veterans seem like noobs to me, all the ones that cant offer the real answer anyways, a noobie like me can figure out the solution in a week working with others, but a group of others cant find the solutions together in months, or if they do they like holding it close so they can feel more accomplished then the next member, shits pretty sad really. 

wait another month or so and we will have a working launch control tool thanks to the programmer im paying from people per hour, its nice of people to try to make tools but sometimes better to leave the programming to people who know how to make something work, anyways send me your bin ill do it for you and send u my beta if it works on your bin.
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« Reply #202 on: September 08, 2017, 05:20:19 AM »

It is possible when I have difference in last 9 row?
Script make for me function with last row :    D7 00 38 00 F6 8E F0 4F F3 F8 90 89 DB 00 FF FF
and I have before one difference in this row : D7 00 38 00 F6 8E F0 4F F3 F8 9F 89 DB 00 FF FF
i think this is original routine ( F3 F8 90 89)  so when i have other adress so maybe cause any problems?

Which tool/script did you use? Please point tho the posting.
I just tried this
http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=3349.msg46219#msg46219
with your file and its creating 90 instead of 97.

Code:
launch.exe Seat_Leon_B1800_R4V5T_154kW_0261207952_
1ML906032_0001_1037363579_crc01BDF485.org 1.8T210HP1ML906032.ecu
finding tsrldyn...
found: 380B96
finding vfil_w...
found: 381BC8
finding nmot_w...
found: 00F89C
finding wped...
found: 38099C
finding B_kuppl (clutch pedal)...
found: 00FD4C.3
finding b_br (brems), brake pedal...
found: 00FD4A.15
Memory Layout: 29F800 Found
FTOMN found: 1a2dc
FTOMN IS: 05
FTOMN CHANGED TO 0x00
Finding a good space for Main Function..
space located at: 0xa18c0
Finding a good space for launch control configuration variables..
space located at: 0x17b00
using 0x384FF0 for NLS Counter variable
Finding the offset for call to the code cave..
call will be located at: 0x9dd54

Writing lines of code

code writed successfully to Seat_Leon_B1800_R4V5T_154kW_0261207952_1ML906032_000
1_1037363579_crc01BDF485_mod.org!!

REMEMBER TO MAKE CHECKSUMS BEFORE YOU PUT THIS FILE,
CHECKSUMS ARE NOT CALCULATED ON THIS FILE



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« Reply #203 on: September 08, 2017, 06:12:28 AM »

It is possible when I have difference in last 9 row?
Script make for me function with last row :    D7 00 38 00 F6 8E F0 4F F3 F8 90 89 DB 00 FF FF
and I have before one difference in this row : D7 00 38 00 F6 8E F0 4F F3 F8 9F 89 DB 00 FF FF
i think this is original routine ( F3 F8 90 89)  so when i have other adress so maybe cause any problems?

byte_8990 is UB and it is actually the point that the code is hijacked to jump from the original code to the als nls function

so if the ub address is wrong the replaced code will never be executed correctly and instead something else is saved to the R14 (byte_8997) instead of (byte_8990) which is used afterwards when the function returns.

you can just check this by looking in hex your ORIGINAL code in the memory address that is currently hijacked.

Do it yourself and do not wait for other people to tell you.
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« Reply #204 on: September 08, 2017, 06:35:36 PM »

F3 F8 90 89 is what you replace with DA XX XX  (routine call in) this points to the LC main code, and who evers code is melting changing the dwell to .02ms isnt the correct way in my opinion. send me your bin i will prepare custom LC for you, hammersword gave me a altered version of code, a much improved version i must say, for months i was putting bad code (this code), when really i should have trusted people that know ME7 100%. if people where not so many greedy with knowledge, we wouldn't be sharing coil killing code, the most veteran members on here dont even know how to do it right? this is why open sharing is important, now all veterans seem like noobs to me, all the ones that cant offer the real answer anyways, a noobie like me can figure out the solution in a week working with others, but a group of others cant find the solutions together in months, or if they do they like holding it close so they can feel more accomplished then the next member, shits pretty sad really.  

wait another month or so and we will have a working launch control tool thanks to the programmer im paying from people per hour, its nice of people to try to make tools but sometimes better to leave the programming to people who know how to make something work, anyways send me your bin ill do it for you and send u my beta if it works on your bin.
Ok i send to you my ori bin when I have my laptop today. I only want to know if when I have differences in code (when I put manually code then I put to last LC row 97 but rountine where I put DA XX XX XX is in ori file F3 F8 90 89 so in last row I must have 90 89 instead 97 89 yes? My bin is 1mb bin 800BB so ftomn 0 is work well and when use LC/NLS function everything is ok only when drive without use function over 30 min my coil is overheating and melt so maybe because I miss my mistake in 9 row LC function and have 97 89 and this mistake cause problems in dwell time and when I use 90 89 everything work ok?

edited: here is my file with corrected LC function
function adress: 0xA1970
function variables adress : 0x17E20
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« Reply #205 on: September 08, 2017, 06:40:21 PM »

Which tool/script did you use? Please point tho the posting.
I just tried this
http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=3349.msg46219#msg46219
with your file and its creating 90 instead of 97.

Code:
launch.exe Seat_Leon_B1800_R4V5T_154kW_0261207952_
1ML906032_0001_1037363579_crc01BDF485.org 1.8T210HP1ML906032.ecu
finding tsrldyn...
found: 380B96
finding vfil_w...
found: 381BC8
finding nmot_w...
found: 00F89C
finding wped...
found: 38099C
finding B_kuppl (clutch pedal)...
found: 00FD4C.3
finding b_br (brems), brake pedal...
found: 00FD4A.15
Memory Layout: 29F800 Found
FTOMN found: 1a2dc
FTOMN IS: 05
FTOMN CHANGED TO 0x00
Finding a good space for Main Function..
space located at: 0xa18c0
Finding a good space for launch control configuration variables..
space located at: 0x17b00
using 0x384FF0 for NLS Counter variable
Finding the offset for call to the code cave..
call will be located at: 0x9dd54

Writing lines of code

code writed successfully to Seat_Leon_B1800_R4V5T_154kW_0261207952_1ML906032_000
1_1037363579_crc01BDF485_mod.org!!

REMEMBER TO MAKE CHECKSUMS BEFORE YOU PUT THIS FILE,
CHECKSUMS ARE NOT CALCULATED ON THIS FILE




Yes its create 90 instead 97 but I put code manually month ago and I have mistake and put 97 instead 90 and have problems with melt (overheat) coils when drive normally (without use LC functions) in highway over 30 min ( over 50 kilometers). So now with script I see I must have 90 and must try in highway
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« Reply #206 on: July 25, 2018, 03:36:04 AM »

Hello ! I tried to add the LC to the ecu 8E0909518AH_360332 , but the system does not work, pedal sensors are OK, tell me what I'm doing wrong. Car audi TT BAM

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« Reply #207 on: July 25, 2018, 04:32:57 AM »

I tried to take a look at that file but it says the XDF was made with a newer  version of tuner pro.. But I even went and downloaded the newest version and it turns out I was already using that version.. I even tried to install tuner pro RT and that still wouldnt let me load the XDF?

So I don't think I will be able to help you out, hopefully someone else can?

In the meantime make sure that you set TMOTNMX correctly. Thats important..
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« Reply #208 on: July 25, 2018, 04:54:10 AM »

I tried to take a look at that file but it says the XDF was made with a newer  version of tuner pro.. But I even went and downloaded the newest version and it turns out I was already using that version.. I even tried to install tuner pro RT and that still wouldnt let me load the XDF?

So I don't think I will be able to help you out, hopefully someone else can?

In the meantime make sure that you set TMOTNMX correctly. Thats important..

thank you very much


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« Reply #209 on: September 30, 2018, 06:26:47 PM »

So I understand this is a dead thread and this request is likely worthless, but I'm a second off a 140 second lap at our local rallycross and I'm looking for anything.  Can I get any kind of file from anyone with the revisions in it.  I know there are only about a dozen out there.  I'll do the patching,  even if it's just the raw assembly.  Really looking for anything.
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