tunerpro odd connection issue

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tunerpro odd connection issue

Postby Wiggles93 » Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:39 pm

so ive been trying to connect my vy with tunerpro rt, I connected with the ose enhanced program, made a few spare bin files, all good but it doesn't seem to want to detect hardware on tunerpro, ive tried everything I can think of but I keep getting a message saying cannot detect ecm/pcm also everytime I try and connect I get a flashing lock light on my dash that doesn't go away until I unlock the car
its letting me edit the bin files but I cannot do anything else
is it worth disabling vats and going from there?

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Re: tunerpro odd connection issue

Postby antus » Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:52 pm

im not sure what hardware your running, but make sure you have the right adx/xdf to suit the ecm, and that its not some unsupported aftermarket tune.
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Re: tunerpro odd connection issue

Postby Wade » Thu Sep 13, 2018 11:51 pm

You’ll need to use the the correct xdf and adx along with the enhanced bin. Turn vats off make your changes and save the file. Look in enhanced and you’ll see all the files. When trying to get tunerpro to recognise ose plug-in grab the dill file ie ose plug-in, go into my documents and find tunerpro files, click and you’ll see plug-ins. Copy and paste the ose plug-in in there and tunerpro should recognise it

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