Monthly Archive: February 2018

Lonsdor K518ise Mileage Programmer Car List

Lonsdor K518ISE Key Programmer is able to perform odometer adjustment on some car models including VW,Porsche, Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mazda, Audi, Renault, Hummer, Hyundai, Kia etc.

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Lonsdor K518ISE odometer adjustment car list

Here we go one by one.

1.Tab “VW”, get option: IMMO4, Phaeton, IMMO2 & IMMO3.

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Tab “IMMO 4”, have options: NEC 24C32, NEC 95320, 2013 NEC 24C64, NEC 24C64, 2013 NEC+24C64 color screen, 9S12XHZ512, CDC + 24C32 and 2012 NEC+24C64 color screen.

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2.Tab “Prosche”, you get options : Cayenne  2010-   panamera  2010-     918  2015
3.Tab “Ford” and you get options: Max (2010 -), S-Max (08-10), New Mondeo, Ecosport, Kuga (Color monochrome), Mondeo (11-, 08-, 08-10), Fiesta (13-, 08-12), Focus (04-08, 12-, 09-11), Explorer (11-15), Mondeo Chia-X (11-13).

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4.Tab “Jaguar ” and you get options: Xj  f-type    xe2015-
5.Land rover coverage: Evoque 11-  range rover 10-  discovery 4  freelander2
6.Tab “Mazda” and get options: Axela, M6(Atenza), CX-5, CX-9, M2, M3, M5, M6, New M6.

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7.Audi coverage: a6L -2009
8.Renault coverage: type1
9.Hummer coverage:  h2 2007-
10.HYUNDAI coverage: Accent (06- ), Getz (24c16), I20 (24c16), IX25 (24C16), Verna (RBC) 24c16, Veloster ((24C16), Azera (D70F3423), HB20 (D70F3423), Mistra (D70F3536), Sonata9 (D70F3536), New Tucsom (2016), Elantra (AD) D70F3536.

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11.car key programming Kia coverage: K5 (24c16, D70F3423, D70F3536), Ceed (24c16,D70F3423), Magentis (Optima) 24C16, Rio (24C16 2015 ), Sorento (2007-), Soul (24C16), Sportage (2008-), Sportage (Sportage R) 24C16, D70F3423, D70F3536, K4 D70F3536, KX5 D70F3536.

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More to be upgraded…

Thanks.

Ktag flashes Marelli IAW 6LP from Citroen C5 2008

This is IAW 6LPB Magneti Marelli Bench Flashing with a Ktag master ecu programmer in Boot Mode.

Citroen MB SD Connect C5 bench flashing – STF10280 boot mode

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Disassemble the ECU

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Run Ktag kusite software

Select the model

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Manufacturer: Citroen

Model: C5 (II)

Version: 2000 16v

Type: RFJ (EW10A)

KW: 103

HP: 140

Fuel: Petrol

MY: 2008

ECU Chip Tuning: Magneti Marelli IAW 6LP

Mode: BOOT ST

FAM: 45

CHK: √

RO: √

Connection instruction

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So, the connection mode of Magneti Marelli IAW 6LPB is like what displayed in the Galletto Manual Type B, but use K TAG BOOT PIN connection

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Connected to CAN High and CAN Low, but CAN protocol not woek

Connect ed through K Line

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K-Tag is reading Marelli IAW 6LP1.49 PSA

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Ktag master reads Marelli successfully

Save ECU data

Exit Ktag Ksuite software.

KtagKess unlock CRP3 LPC2478 via J-link (Pinouts attached)

As you know, for crp3 we can do the trick for unlock crp3 heating on KTAG or KESS V2 programmer or buy a new NXP and write it (only one time)
Here are some questions & answers on Google form, questions about “how will you use J-ink if its crp3 ?”…

Q: Can I update NXP directly if at this moment I have Ktag 6.070? Or I will need to replace it with new one and then to update to 7.030 ?
A: if your actual fw is crp3 you will have to do “heating trick ” or change nxp, you will know if jlink doesn’t recognise firmware ( i think message about cannot find cpu chain or something like that) , simple

Q: More information this real version or china version? and whats this you can update or or only talk?? thanks
A: this is fw 7.030 we are talking about REAL firmware, not modding number in sw or similar, about second question i don’t understand what you ask.

Q: Need connect 12v ? my led red always off if not connect 12v

A: LED needs to monitor the state of the processor and it must be switched by the controller. If you do not have the power on the controller when connected by USB, then connect the other power source.

Q: How work on ktag ECU Chip Tuning, i tried but led already on

A: LED need to monitor the state of the processor and it must be switched by the controller. If you do not have the power on the controller when connected by USB, then connect the other power source.
To flash the LPC2478 via J-link, the level of protection should be CRP0, ie protection should be disabled. If security levels CRP1 and CRP2 have the ability to erase and reflash LPC2478 via UART, eg via USB to UART TTL adapter ftdi232 or cp2102 and Flashmagic program.

Q: LPC2478 connect Flash Magic, KESS or KTAG?

A: …KESS V2 & KTAG…both ok

Note: not all ktag 5.001 can be read with j-link
some are crp3 protected
some are not

Attachment 2: Here are all pinouts

A method of disabling the protection CRP3 microcontroller LPC2478…. make a photo high resolution of connection on pcb of that wire…and also,what pin you must to touch on nxp

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K-Tag pins.

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Attachment 3: Photos ofLPC2478 connect Flash Magic

It allows you to erase the NXP MCUs on both Kess & KTag via UART0. This will work for firmwares up to CRP2. CRP0, best off using J-Link as it only takes 30s as opposed to 30 minutes. If you’ve blocked your KTag properly (CRP3), it won’t help you. You will need to swap the processor.

Kess V2 connection method 1:

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Kess V2 www.cnautotool.com connection method 2:

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KTag connection:

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Disclaimer: Photography of Pinouts is not mine. I am not responsible for a bad use.

MaxiSys Elite Main Menu

The MaxiSys Elite application allows you to establish a data link to the electronic control system of the test vehicle via the VCI device for vehicle diagnosis, service or programming. You can operate functional tests, retrieve vehicle diagnostic information such as trouble codes, event codes and live data, and perform ECU reprogramming, for various vehicle control systems, such as engine, transmission, ABS and more.

1.Diagnosis 一 a comprehensive section which includes all available functions: reading, clearing, saving and printing diagnostic information, as well as performing active tests and special functions
2.Service 一 a separate section designed to perform vehicle scheduled service and maintenance, such as to reset the service lights and perform calibration for various systems
3.Programming/Coding 一 a separate section designed for quick access to ECU reprogramming operations. After a section is selected and the tablet establishes communication with the vehicle via the VCI device, the corresponding function menu or selection menu displays.

Diagnosis
There are two options available when accessing the Diagnosis section:
1.Auto Scan 一 starts auto scanning for all the available systems on the vehicle
2.Control Units 一 displays a selection menu of all available control units of the test vehicle

Auto Scan

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The Auto Scan function performs a comprehensive scanning over all the systems on the vehicle’s ECU in order to locate fault systems and retrieve DTCs. The sample operation interface of Auto Scan displays as below:

1.Navigation Bar
2.Main Section
3.Functional Buttons

Navigation Bar

1.List Tab — displays the scanned data in list format
2.Tree Tab — display the scanned data in system distribution diagram format
3.Progress Bar — indicates the test progress

Main Section

1.List Tab
Column 1 – displays the system numbers
Column 2 – displays the scanned systems
Column 3 – displays the diagnostic marks indicating different conditions of the test result:

-!-: Indicates that the scanned system may not support the code reading function, or there is a communication error between the tester and the control system.
-?-: Indicates that the vehicle control system has been detected, but the tester cannot accurately locate it.
Fault | #: Indicates there is/are detected fault code(s) present; “#” indicates the number of the detected faults.
Pass | No Fault: Indicates the system has passed the scanning process and no fault has been detected.

2.Tree Tab
The tree tab screen displays a system distribution diagram of the vehicle control modules. The scanned system which has passed scanning with no fault is shown in blue font; whereas the scanned system that has been detected with fault present is shown in red font.

17.Tab the @ button to the right of the system item, on which you want to perform further diagnosis and other test activities. A Function Menu screen shall then display.

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Functional Buttons
The table below provides a brief description of the Functional Buttons’operations in Auto Scan:

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Control Units
This option allows you to manually locate a required control system for testing through a series of choices. You simply follow the menu driven procedure, and make proper selection each time; the program will guide you to the diagnostic function menu after a few choices you’ve made.

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The Function Menu options vary slightly by different vehicles. The function menu may include:
1.ECU Information 一 provides the retrieved ECU information in detail. Selecting opens an information screen.
2.Read Codes 一 displays detailed information of DTC records retrieved from the vehicle control module.
3.Erase Codes 一 erases DTC records and other data from the ECM.
4.Live Data — retrieves and displays live data and parameters from the vehicle’s ECU.
5.Active Test 一 provides specific subsystem and component tests. This Auto Diagnostic tool may appear as Actuators, Actuator Test, or Function Tests, etc., and the tests options vary depending on the manufacturer and model.
6.Special Functions 一 provides component adaptation or variant coding functions for custom configurations, and also allows you to reprogram adaptive values for certain components after making repairs. Depending on the test vehicle, this selection may sometimes appear as Control Unit Adaptations, Variant Coding, Configuration or something similar.

NOTE: With the diagnostic toolbar on top of the screen throughout the whole diagnostic procedures, you are allowed to make various controls of the diagnostic information at any time, such as printing and saving the displayed data, get help information, or perform data logging, etc.

To perform a diagnostic function
1.Establish communication with the test vehicle via the VCI device.
2.Identify the test vehicle by selecting from the menu options.
3.Select the Diagnosis section.
4.Locate the required system for testing by Auto Scan or through menu driven selections in Control Units.
5.Select the desired test from the Function Menu.

ECU Information

This function retrieves and displays the specific information for the tested control unit, including unit type, version numbers and other specifications. The Autel Scanner ECU Information screen displays as below:

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Diagnostics  Toolbar  Buttons – for  detailed  descriptions  of the  operations  for  each button.

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Main Section 一 the left column displays the item names; the right column shows the specifications or descriptions.
Functional Button 一 In this case, only a Back (or sometimes an ESC) button is available; tap it to exit after viewing.

Read Codes
This function retrieves and displays the DTCs from the system. The Read Codes screen varies for each vehicle some vehicles, freeze frame data can also be retrieved sample Read Codes screen displays as below:

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Diagnostics Tool bar Buttons – see Table 4-2 Diagnostics Toolbar Buttons on page 33 for detailed descriptions of the operations for each button.

Main Section
* Code Column – displays the retrieved codes from the vehicle.
* Status Column – indicates the status of the retrieved codes.
* Description Column 一 detailed descriptions for the retrieved codes.
* Snowflake Icon – only displays when freeze frame data is available for viewing; Selecting displays a data screen, which looks very similar to the Read Codes interface, therefore same operation method may be applied.

Functional Button – in this case, only a Back (or sometimes an ESC) button is available; tap it to return to the previous screen or exit the function.

Erase Codes
After reading the retrieved codes from the vehicle and certain repairs have been carried out, you can decide to erase the codes from the vehicle using this function. Before performing this function, make sure the vehicle’s ignition key is in the ON (RUN) position with the engine off.

To erase codes
1.Tap Erase Codes from the Function Menu.
2.A warning message displays to inform you of data loss    when this function is applied.
1).Tap Yes to continue. A confirming screen displays when the operation is successfully done.
2).Tap No to exit.
3.Tap ESC on the confirming screen to exit Erase Codes.
4.Check the Read Codes function again to ensure the operation is successful.

A.Live Data
When this function is selected, the screen displays the data list for the selected module. The items available for any control module vary from one vehicle    to another. The parameters display in the order that they    are transmitted by the ECM, so expect variation between vehicles.

Gesture scrolling allows you to quickly move through the data list. Simply touch the screen and drag your finger up or down to reposition the parameters being displayed if the data covers more than one screen. The figure below shows a typical Live Data screen:

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B.Active Test
The Active Test function is used to access vehicle-specific subsystem and component tests. Available test vary by manufacturer, year, and model, and only the available tests display in the menu.
During an active test, the tester outputs commands to the ECU in order to drive the actuators. This test determines the integrity of the system or parts by reading the engine ECU data, or by monitoring the operation of the actuators, such as switching a solenoid, relay, or switch, between two operating states.
Selecting Active Test opens a menu of test options that varies by make and model. Selecting a menu option activates the test. Follow all screen instructions while performing tests. How and what information is presented on the screen varies according to the type of test being performed. Some toggle and variable control tests display Active Test Controls at the top of the screen with data stream information below, or vice versa.

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The functional buttons at the lower right corner of the Active Test screen manipulate the test signals. The operational instructions are displayed on the main section of the test screen. Simply follow the on-screen instructions and make appropriate selections to complete the tests. Each time when an operation is successfully executed, message such as “Command Finished”, “Activation Successful”, or something similar displays. Tap the ESC functional button to exit the test when finished.

How To connect the MaxiSys display tablet with the VCI device via Ethernet

This section describes the general procedure to connect the tablet with the J2534 ECU programming device via Ethernet connection. To establish successful communication, you need to set up the network configuration on the display tablet.

1.If not already done, power up the Autel OBD2 MaxiSys display tablet.
2.Connect the MaxiSys Display Tablet to the J2534 ECU programming device with the accompanied Ethernet serial cable.
3.Select the VCI Managerapplication from the MaxiSys Job Menu.
4.Select the Wired Network.option on the Connection Mode list.The Ethernet Setting screen displays on the right section.
5.Select a connection type:
DHCP–obtains the LAN IP address automatically
Manual–allows you to enter IP address manually
6.If Manual is selected, you need to set the IP address on your own.
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NOTE:If you are not sure about the specific IP address values, please contact your network administrator.

7.Tap Apply to set up the wired network connection.

When the wired network is successfully connected, the connection status is displayed as Connected, and the two status lights at the corners alongside the Ethernet Ports on the display tablet illuminate. The solid amber light indicates steady connection, and the flashing green light indicates active communication, between the units. The Autel MaxiSYS Elite navigation button at the bottom bar shall display a green tick icon after a few seconds, indicating the MaxiSys Elite diagnostic platform is ready to perform vehicle diagnosis.

MaxiSys Elite Main Cable

The VCI device can be powered through the Main Cable when connected to an 〇BD ll/EOBD compliant vehicle. The Main Cable of MaxiSys Elite connects the VCI device to the vehicle’s data link connector (DLC), through which the VCI device can transmit vehicle data to the Scanner MaxiSYS display tablet.

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OBD I Adapters

The OBD I adapters are for Non – OBD II vehicles. The adapter used dependson the type of vehicle make being tested. The most common adapters are shown below.

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Other Accessories

1.Standard 2.0 USB Cable
Connects the display tablet to the VCI unit.

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2.Mini USB Cable
Connects the display tablet to the PC.

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3.AC/DC External Power Adapter
Connects the display tablet to the  external DC power port for power supply.

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4.Compact Disc (CD)
Includes the User Manual, Printing Services Program and Update Application, etc.

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5.Ethernet Serial Cable
Connects the display tablet to the VCI unit.

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6.Cigarette Lighter
Provides power to the display tablet or the Autel Scan Tool J2534 programming device through connection to the vehicle’s cigarette lighter receptacle, as some non – OBD II vehicles cannot provide power via the DLC connection.

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7.Clipper Cable
Provides power to the display tablet or the J2534 programming device, through connection to the vehicle’s battery.

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8.Lighter Fuse
A safety device for the cigarette lighter

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9.Screwdriver
Unscrews the rear cover of the display tablet for easy replacement of the battery or the Diagnostic Scan Tool.

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10.USB Ethernet Adapter
Connects the device to an Ethernet network

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