$11 Definition Info and XDF

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$11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby VL400 » Sun Jul 18, 2010 8:10 am

The $11 code is used in VR V6 and V8 with automatic transmissions. It controls the 4L60E transmission along with the engine. The engine program is very similar to the VR $12 code, the main changes are for banked injection with a cam sensor. The V6 uses this while the V8 still uses batch injection where all 8 injectors are fired at once. The bins are 64k in size.

Bins
A list compiled by adrian of the various $11 bins and the code variant can be found here
Standard holden bins can be downloaded here

XDF For Editing In TunerPro
This is a fully featured TP4 XDF listing every single parameter available in the PCM, it uses categories and levels to try and make the XDF simpler to use. Its still a work in progress as the levels still need work along with some formatting of names. If you find any errors or would like to request a change please post here. The XDF works with the bins listed under variants 3, 4 and 5 of the post by adrian thats linked above.
$11B_V105.zip
26/09/2011 - Changed the inj/disp scalar to 4 decimal places
(39.41 KiB) Downloaded 652 times

$11B_V104.zip
07/07/2011 - Fixed the high speed fuel cut, was RPM not KPH. Added descriptions to the fault flag headers
(39.39 KiB) Downloaded 276 times

$11B_V103.zip
19/07/2010 - Fixed a few items with signed and hex digits, added all the table bias corrections.
(35.2 KiB) Downloaded 411 times

Other XDFs can be found here


ADX for Logging In TunerPro 5
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ALDL Hardware
ALDL Interface


Real-Time Tuning In TunerPro 5
Real-Time modified bins can be found here which are used with an NVRAM. For reading and writing in realtime use Antus' TunerPro 5 plugin, or for reading and writing use the FlashTool

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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby yoda69 » Sun Jul 18, 2010 9:23 am

Awesome work!!!
That is an unbelievably well defined xdf and layout.
:driving:

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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby Tinker » Wed Aug 04, 2010 7:33 pm

WOW :punk: Excellent work mate.

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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby stevedarman » Thu Jul 07, 2011 12:05 am

there are 4 lists for malf flags ,can some one explain these please
TRANS MALF MASK FLAGS, CEL ENABLE FLAGS, MALF FLAGS, TRANS MALF FLAG

another question
Run A/F Param - High Speed Fuel cutoff - Low Limit Is this road speed and units in kmh instead rpm?

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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby VL400 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 7:06 pm

Yep should have been KPH not RPM, fixed now :)

The flags are for processing the fault condition and then if the CEL should be displayed. There are two lots as the transmission code and engine code are kinda like two different systems, so there are two lots of flags.

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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby stevedarman » Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:25 pm

Can you give me a brief description on these codes?

TRANS MALF MASK FLAGS,
CEL ENABLE FLAGS,
MALF FLAGS,
TRANS MALF FLAG

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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby VL400 » Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:39 pm

VL400 wrote:The flags are for processing the fault condition and then if the CEL should be displayed. There are two lots as the transmission code and engine code are kinda like two different systems, so there are two lots of flags.


And In the updated XDF hover you mouse over the headings and it gives you a description. They just simply tell the PCM to process individual faults and if the fault is set to turn on the CEL.

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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby VX L67 Getrag » Wed Jul 27, 2011 3:25 pm

This XDF is really well defined but I've found a bin that has some stuff not defined, does anyone know what it is in these area's?

I thought anything before the start of the cal area was normally ram, but not sure?

There's also a hell of a lot of stuff after 8FFE of which I though that start getting into the programming area?
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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby VL400 » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:34 pm

The $11 code is a little different and has program space before the cal, this is the reason the TP checksum does not work :thumbdown: The items after 8FFE is also program space which starts at 0x9000.

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Re: $11 Definition Info and XDF

Postby Heathmurray1986 » Thu Jan 19, 2012 9:44 pm

in looking at the setup everything is in MPH instead of KMH how do i change this?

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