Delco OSE FlashTool V1.51

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Re: Delco OSE FlashTool V1.51

Postby denchy » Wed Sep 19, 2018 5:33 pm

Having some issues trying to get bin from a 02 vx v6 manual

setup im using, also tried "wait for silence" upto 50
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clicking Connect to ECM works ok it comes back with
"Found VX Flash PCM, BCC: DMTY
VIN Of Connected Vehicle: 6H8VXK69A2L84xxxx"

clicking Get Cal/Bin or RAM results in an error

Starting Bin Dumper...
5:04:52 PM Using Uploaded Bin Dumper Routines
5:04:52 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $0
5:04:53 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:53 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $0
5:04:53 PM Got 64 Bytes Of Data
5:04:53 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $40
5:04:53 PM Got 64 Bytes Of Data
5:04:53 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $80
5:04:53 PM Got 64 Bytes Of Data
5:04:53 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $C0
5:04:53 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:53 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $C0
5:04:54 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:54 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $C0
5:04:54 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:54 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $C0
5:04:54 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:54 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $C0
5:04:54 PM Got 64 Bytes Of Data
5:04:54 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $100
5:04:55 PM Got 64 Bytes Of Data
5:04:55 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $140
5:04:55 PM Got 64 Bytes Of Data
5:04:55 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $180
5:04:55 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:55 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $180
5:04:55 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:55 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $180
5:04:56 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:56 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $180
5:04:56 PM Got 64 Bytes Of Data
5:04:56 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $1C0
5:04:56 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:56 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $1C0
5:04:56 PM Got 64 Bytes Of Data
5:04:56 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $200
5:04:56 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:56 PM Requesting 64 Bytes From Address $200
5:04:57 PM No Response, Re-Sending The Request
5:04:57 PM Too Many ReSends, Aborted Task
5:04:57 PM COM3 closed
5:04:57 PM Clean Up The PCM
5:04:57 PM No Response
5:04:58 PM Frame Error

any idea's whats going on with it?

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Re: Delco OSE FlashTool V1.51

Postby delcowizzid » Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:42 pm

Is it a pcmhacking.net cable or other some don't respond fast enough
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Re: Delco OSE FlashTool V1.51

Postby denchy » Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:48 pm

got it from envyous customs

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Re: Delco OSE FlashTool V1.51

Postby vlad01 » Thu Sep 20, 2018 3:22 pm

Edit.

is it the ELM cable?
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Re: Delco OSE FlashTool V1.51

Postby Jayme » Thu Sep 20, 2018 5:56 pm

sounds like interference.... since its getting some data but rejecting others. try turning off your stereo, AC blower, headlights and everything else you can find to turn off, leave the laptop power cable unplugged so its just on battery, then leave engine on reds not running and try again.

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Re: Delco OSE FlashTool V1.51

Postby denchy » Thu Sep 20, 2018 8:41 pm

So i pulled out a bunch of fuses and it started working fine, placing the fuses back in while it was running found the one that causes the problem.

7.5A fuse labeled
ECC HTR CONT.
INST. TRIP COMP

got a few copies of the bin now :)
Thanks for the help

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Re: Delco OSE FlashTool V1.51

Postby j_ds_au » Sun Sep 23, 2018 11:22 pm

vlad01 wrote:Edit.

is it the ELM cable?

Since it got part way through, including identifying the car, it can't be the wrong _type_ of cable.

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