16 septembre 2019

Mitsubishi MUT 3 Clone Software Installation Guide

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 8 h 28 min
The MUT-3 software with the Chinese usually comes as two directories on one DVD. The first one is the program installation, which must be installed first. It is named something like with PRExxxxx, with “xxxxx” indicating the program version. The installer program, Mut3Check.exe, can be run from the sub-directory on the distribution DVD.
Note that if you have a local security password policy on the computer, the PRG install may fail as the SQL installation does not use a complex password.
After the Mut3Check.exe program is installed and the computer has rebooted, you can install the database updates. Typically in e sub-directory CD3Exxxxx, where “xxxxx” is the version of the update. Only ONE version of Mut2Check.exe can be installed without removing any existing version while MANY updates can be added.
In my experience, the Db update MUST be executed from a root directory of a CD or DVD, NOT from a sub-directory. I got all kinds of “Failed to install” & “failed to update” errors when running the update from the VD sub-dir.
Burn a new CD with the CD3Exxxx files in the root, so ECUUpdateJudg.exe is in the root of the CD. Then run ECUUpdateJudg.exe from the CD.
Look here:
Some of the Mitsubishi MUT3 functions are passworded and those passwords are [usually] matched to the MDB password fields included in the updates. Which vary by distribution, version and locale. Get a MS Access password cracker and run it on the MDB files in your distribution to learn the passwords.
The Teach-In Function requires a certain version, or later, of the TCU firmware to be installed in the desired TCU. The MUT3 can do this and the newer firmware files are included in the MUT3 software distribution for 2010 and later but must be manually copied over to the computer. Until that TCU version is in the TCU, the MUT 3 will not display the Teach-In option.
Look here:
Attachment: MUT3 requirements, abilities
  1. MUT3 PC requirements:
  • Operating System: Windows 7 Professional – 32/64-Bit
  • Processor: Intel Core – Intel Core i3-4010U Processor (1.7GHz, 3M cache)
  • Memory: 4GB (1x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3L Memory
  • Hard Drive: 500GB (5400rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive
  1. Mitsubishi MUT-III functionality:
Function Yes
DTC Code Retrieval
Retrieve OE DTC with code Definition X
Link DTC to service information X
Customizable PID display X
Data Logging
Body X
Chassis X
Electrical X
Powertrain X
Pressure/Vacuum Tests X
Bi-Directional tests
Body X
Chassis X
Electrical X
Powertrain X
Network Test
Module Programming
Programmable Module Installation (PMI) procedures X
Module Reprogramming (Reflash) X
Coding X
Supplemental restraints initialization X
Programmable Parameters ( ability to change in service settings ie, tire size, personality, customer convenience etc. X
Body Controls
Anti-theft System Functions X
Remote Keyless Entry X
Restraints (supplemental restraints and seat belts) X
Chassis Tools
ABS Service Bleed X
ABS/ Brake system functions X
IVD Initialization Sequence X
Tire pressure monitor functions X
Cruise Control System tests X
Electronic Ride control X
Electrical Tools
Charging System Tests X
Parking Aid Tests X
Audio X
Powertrain Tools
Force monitors to run X
Drive belt tension measurement X
Fuel System Test/Relative Injector Flow Test X
Bi-directional control of fuel components X
Transmission bi-directional Tests X
Engine Checks and OBD Tests (Drive Cycle, Mode 01, Mode 06 & Mode 09) X
EGR Test X
Digital Multimeter
Basic DMM functions X
Pressure/Vacuum measurements X

6 septembre 2019

Install and configure Volvo VIDA Update Online

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 8 h 04 min
Here is an interesting question:
For those of you with the VIDA/DICE clones, have you been able to buy software updates from online, get them delivered via CD- ROM, place them in the VIDA software, and then perform a software upgrade on your car?
If yes, can you shine some light on where you placed the software update in VIDA.
As far as I’m aware… You simply cannot purchase software outside of VIDA, whether you’re a dealer or not. If you are a dealer, the purchasing process is a little different (as you don’t pay for each individual download separately), but it still goes only through VIDA. I’ve actually used an official VIDA/DiCE setup at a major Volvo dealer in Boston (long story as to why), and the process is almost identical to my doing software downloads at home, again, the only difference being the payment process.
I’m pretty sure what’s happening is that those Volvo parts places are simply cataloging against some sort of electronic database directly from Volvo. Hence, you can see the parts numbers and descriptions for software packages, but it’s not possible to buy them.
In addition, I’ve never seen any provision within VIDA to allow a software download to be sent to the car that wasn’t purchased directly through VIDA to begin with. So until I hear proof-positive otherwise, I’m gonna assume you cannot purchase software from anywhere else.
Oh, and as far as software downloads go… These are the broad steps. I covered most of the details I think, but I’m a bit too lazy to go into every single step of the process. I will say though, I’ve done a number of software downloads successfully with my DiCE-clone on a few different cars, so I know this process works correctly.
1) Install and configure VIDA
– Purchase a 3-day VIDA subscription from VolvoTechInfo (aka, Volvo Technical & Owner Bookstore)
– Either download the latest copy of VIDA from a torrent (making sure it’s a copy that doesn’t have a “crack” already installed) or wait for the official DVDs to arrive via snail-mail
– Wait for your VIDA login details to be emailed to you
– Install VIDA (this may take some time, especially on older hardware)
– Via the VIDA-Admin, enter your login details you were emailed, change your password, and authorize the VIDA installation you plan to use with the subscription package you purchased
(how to do this last step is not immediately obvious, but on VolvoTechInfo there are step-by-step guides to help)
– Make sure you have the DiCE software/drivers installed. Also make sure your DiCE device is updated to the latest firmware with the DiCE firmware tool.
– Allow VIDA to “eUpdate” to the latest sub-version. Aka, VIDA-2012D has at least 3-4 sub-revisions. Always make sure it’s updated to the latest version before attempting to download software.
– If you haven’t already, reboot your machine (or virtual machine) to make sure everything is installed correctly and happy.
– Open “Vida All in One”, login with the username/password you assigned to VIDA via the VIDA-Admin setup process
2) Verify your VIDA/DiCE setup
– Login to VIDA, and connect your DiCE unit to your car
– On the first welcome page, click “define vehicle profile”
– On the next page, you should see your DiCE tool listed under “communication tool” in the drop-down menu
– Click “read vehicle” and allow it to populate the values from your car (in addition, fill in the “transmission” and “body style” fields if they do not auto-populate)
– After it all looks good, click “ok”. The “Diagnostics” tab at the top should change from grey (cannot click) to black (can click)
– Click on “diagnostics” tab, and allow VIDA to do a full diagnostic read of your car. At this point, it’s also probably a good idea to check for codes, and clear any existing codes before attempting a software download
3) Select and Download Software Packages
– I’m not gonna go into great detail here, as this PDF pretty much says it much all:…e_ordering.pdf
A few notes though:
– Not every package listed in the available software list can be installed. Nor do they all cost the same price. I had to specifically open trouble-tickets with VolvoTechInfo to get a few packages unlocked that were initially dealer-only. I imagine so very few people use VIDA/DiCE on their own that they simply overlooked a few items. VolvoTechInfo support is also not very pleasant to deal with. Again, they tend to only work with Dealers, and don’t seem overly keen about anyone else using their system. But who cares, you paid, therefore, demand what you need and it’ll get sorted out.
– If you plan on updating a number of modules, the “Total CAN Reload” is the most cost-effective option.
– On 2004 model-year Volvos (and perhaps other older models), to update the level of dimming in the rear-view mirror, you must download a software package called “Auto dimming contd. app”. VIDA cannot do it directly for some stupid reason.
– You can manually enter a software part number not listed in the available software list, but don’t necessarily expect it to actually download to your car.
– If you download a software update that’s already applied (aka, not needed), you still have to initially pay, but you can get a refund afterwards as long as it wasn’t actually downloaded to the car (which it won’t be if you already have the latest)
– If you don’t mind it’s original or crack and only look for a working VIDA program, you even can get a decent VIDA crack on the web, like
Very Important Note!
I refuse to spend money on a battery charger like Volvo requires when doing a software download. This can cause problems. If the battery dips too low during a software update, the update can fail, and possibly worst-case, you could fry something important like your ECU or CEM. At which point, you’ll need an official (aka, self-powered) DiCE unit to bring the modules into recovery mode and have any chance at getting them to work again. You have been warned!
Personally, since I’m cheap, and relatively poor, here’s my workaround: After driving the car for a bit, I do whatever diagnostic work I need to within VIDA/DiCE, and decide on whatever software packages I might need. Then with the car still connected, I pay for the software, and get it downloaded to VIDA, but I don’t install it to the car yet. Then I disconnect my VIDA/DiCE rig, but leave VIDA open and running on the computer. Next, I take the car for a spirited ride around town, or even better, a 15-20 minute burn down the highway. During this drive, I turn on absolutely every electronic component I can. Aka, both seat-heaters, the radio, the climate control (fan on high), the rear-defrost, headlights, fog lights, etc… When I get back, I kill everything (fan, radio, lights, etc) before I turn the engine off. Then rather quickly, I turn the key back to (II, aka “on” but without engine running), re-connect my VIDA/DiCE rig, and then simply hit the “install” button to push the already downloaded software updates to the car.
I get away with this because I know the health status of my particular battery and because I’m a risk-taker. Doing it this way, I get maybe 10 minutes of time with the battery at what I’d call a “safe” voltage for doing software downloads. Then there’s a window of maybe 5-10 minutes of “moderately semi-safe” time, and after that, I’d say you risk a download not working properly. Remember, all this work with VIDA requires the car be in key-position II (or “on”) so that every module in the car is powered, whether or not you’re actually talking to that module or not. The tolerances for “the radio works, and the car starts fine” while in ignition mode II are much much wider than the tolerances for a successful VIDA download. Example: In my particular car, with it’s relatively old, but good condition battery, I can run the radio for easily 2-3 hours, headlights (xenon, not fog/halogen, which drains faster) for an hour, and muck around with windows, seats, etc… without the battery dropping too low to start the car. However, in that same car, with that same battery, I wouldn’t dream of trying a software download more than 20 minutes after I had charged the battery up. Point is, the process is very sensitive to battery voltage. Once again, you have been warned. If you don’t want to do that whole dance, buy a good quality battery charger, and note that an over-voltage battery is just as bad as an under-voltage battery when it comes to a VIDA download.
So in a nutshell, that’s my experience doing software downloads with VIDA. Let me know if you have any specific questions and I’ll see what I can do.
Oh, and also, just a personal preference, but I run VIDA in a Windows 7 x64 Professional VMWare Virtual Machine. VIDA installs tons of junk that I don’t really want running 24/7 on my regular machine (and it takes ages to install/uninstall, even on very fast hardware). Also, since I have two VIDA installs (one for legit subscriptions, the other for, well, “other-subscriptions”), having each isolated into a VM seems like the ideal solution. I’m extremely tech-savy (and I work in IT), so it’s not all that hard in my opinion to do a setup like that, but other’s may need a bit of practice to get it all working. But just a note, DiCE does work perfectly well via a VIDA setup within a VMWare image. I’ve also tried VirtualBox, but I found their USB implementation (at least with a Windows guest and Windows host) to be less than ideal, and it almost caused a software download to fail, simply because of poor driver integration. Hence, I’d go with VMWare Workstation if you’re gonna try to do it all via virtual machines.
Lastly, you’ll find VIDA to be quite the little resource hog. I allocate 4 GB of RAM, and 2 processor “cores” to each VIDA virtual machine instance, and that seems to be about the bare-minimum for it to run at a decent speed. Seeing as that’s about the same spec as many people’s entire computers, you might just resign yourself to VIDA being a little bit slow if your machine is more than say 1.5 years old. Not unusable by any means, but a little slow by modern standards.
To be honest, I actually downloaded just the DiCE update package from Volvo Tech Info and installed in on my native/host OS (Windows 7 x64 Enterprise) to update my DiCE-knockoff unit.
For things like that, I would generally recommend not using a virtualized environment… The download was only a few megabytes, and was simple to uninstall, so for the sake of safety, yea, I’d stay away from VMWare for that specific part of the process. Not that it necessarily wouldn’t work, but rather just to be safe. Plus again, the DiCE package is a tiny drop compared to the wave of fecal matter that is the default VIDA installation. So yea, to directly answer your question, at least in the latest revision of the DiCE update software, Windows 7 x64 indeed works fine.
The package can be found at….oftwareUpdates, listed under “Firmware Update”.
Also, I forgot to mention this above, but while VIDA itself does include the aforementioned DiCE firmware/update package (which would then only exist inside the VM), if you do use VMWare, you should probably install the DiCE package on your host OS just as a precaution. For me on Windows 7, the OS automatically downloaded some sort of bare-bones driver that then allowed VMWare to mount the USB device (DiCE), but I did notice that while off-line, the first time I plugged in my DiCE unit, and then tried to mount the USB device into the VMware instance, that it wouldn’t recognize it correctly. Again, Windows sorted it out automatically (assuming you are setup to allow automatic driver downloads), but it might be a better idea to side-step that process, and just install the DiCE firmware package (which includes the requisite x64 and x86 USB drivers). At at that point, do whatever updates may be required to your DiCE unit. The firmwares aren’t released very often, so if you do it once, you should be set for at least 6-12 months to come.

4 septembre 2019

How to install Nissan consult iii plus 75.15.00?

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 4 h 07 min
5 steps to install Nissan Consult III PLUS V75.15.00 diagnostic & programming software on Windows 7.
Software version: V75.15
supports ECU programming function without working with immobiliser card.
Operating system:  Windows XP and Windows 7/8/10 operating system. Cannot work on VISTA O/S.
Multi-languages available: English, Chinese, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese,Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Thai, Czech, Polish, Hungarian


step 1: preparation
step 2: consult iii plus v75 software
step 3: consult-iii plus patch
step 4: consult iii plus driver software
step 5: consult 3 plus 75.15.00 test
in detail…
step 1: preparation
go to the removable disk
go to folder “C3+ 75” and copy rar file “tempNissan” to desktop
then extract file “tempNissan” on desktop
go to folder “C3+ 65” – “Consult III PLUS V65.12”
copy folder “C3P License” to desktop
go to folder “tempNissan” – “C2P_V75.15.00”
copy “setup.inx” on desktop and then paste it in the folder
step 2: consult iii plus v75 software
open Consult III PLUS “setup” application
installing consult iii plus components
installed security update
again, installing consult 3 plus components
first installation
accept the license agreement
select your area. here: north america
select your country
select your language
select suitable units
select a suitable unit: nissan, infiniti, datsun
select copying file
installing consult iii plus
installing components
installed nissan consult-iii plus software
step 3: consult-iii plus patch
go to folder “C3P License” on desktop
open “C3PCheckLicense” app
consult iii plus is installed normally
click on “Patch” to get nissan consult iii plus patch
patch ok
step 4: consult iii plus driver software
automatically installed device driver software
open computer management: device manager – nissan diagnostic devices – nissan vehicle interface 2
step 5: consult 3 plus 75.15.00 test
open CONSULT III plus on desktop


nissan consult iii 75.15.00 works good! installation is success!
link to nissan consult iii plus 75 best china clone:







18 mars 2019

How to install Porsche PIWIS 3 on vas6154 interface?

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 10 h 03 min
Look here: How to use VAS6154 head with Porsche PIWIS 3
project PIWIS3 PT3G => VAS6154-Kolun a
look at below link when you take your right to use
1 have to have installed piwis 3 laptop.
2. install piwis 3 driver
3 put together vas6154 install the drivers for vas6154-piwis // attempt to update interface Flesch
, if you see 6154 as pt3g then it is ok if nevidi next step =>
4 separated you from laptop
5. Copy the deteskop and install VAS 6154 driver // installation after installation tend to deteskopa the trash
6 interface connects you 6154
7 program you run driver
8 interface you see 6154
9 select USB. Save.
10 restart.
11 tart driver program tach app (the first option above left) choose passthru> pt3g-3 piwis install seeks interface.
12 restart
13 Interface joints run driver VAS6154 seen as a passthru pt3g update memory device, check the USB version pt3g dal see you ok almost 6154
Note: please be careful and do it on your own risk. will not give support
Contributor: ibi1961
Update: Unless you find the 08 firmware
The picture below is VAS 6154
For sake of security, you’re advised to use odis with vas6154 and use piwis with porsche tester 3
with relief!
Piwis III V37.250.020 – confirmed to work no issues with Vxdiag Porsche
Diagnostic test: passed
Coding: passed
Programming: passed
attached vas6154 driver download, installation instruction, wlan setup….

15 mars 2019

Autel MaxiCOM MK908P and MaxiSys MS908P Difference

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 7 h 23 min

What’s the difference among Autel full system diagnostic systems, MaxiCOM MK908P, MaxiSys Elite, MS908P and MS908?

Product MaxiCOM MK908P MaxiSys Elite MaxiSys MS908P MaxiSys MS908
Image mk908p maxisys-elite maxisys-ms908p maxisys-ms908
CPU Samsung Exynos hexa-core Processor NVIDA Tegra 4-PaLUS-1 Quad-core Processor 1.8GHz Samsung Exynos hexa-core Processor 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos hexa-core Processor

IOS AndroidTM 4.4.2 KitKat Android 4.4.4 KitKat Android 4.0 ICS Android 4.0 ICS
Memory 64GB 32G 32G 32G
Touch Screen 10.1″ 1920*1200

Retina LCD
9.7″ 2048*1536

Retina LCD
9.7″ 1024*768

LED Capacitive
9.7″ 1024*768

LED Capacitive
VCI Connection USB 2.0/WLAN/BT USB 3.0/USB2.0/

WiFi 2.4GHz 2.4 & 5GHz 2.4 & 5GHz 2.4 & 5GHz
Internal battery 15000mAh

3.8 V

3.7 V

3.7 V

3.7 V
Weight(Display) 3.26 Ib. (1.48kg) 3.5 Ib. (1.59kg) 3.12 Ib. (1.42kg) 3.2 Ib. (1.42kg)
Camera (Rear) 8.0 Megapixel, AF with Flashlight 8.0 Megapixel, AF with Flashlight 5.0 Megapixel, AF with Flashlight 5.0 Megapixel, AF with Flashlight
Wireless VCI MaxiFlash elite MaxiFlash elite MaxiFlash elite Wireless interface

✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
Complete OEM

Specific Scanner
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
Auto VIN ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
Maxifix Cloud

Based Info
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
Shop Manager ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
ECU Coding Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced
ECU Flash

✔ ✔ ✔ Optional w/Maxiflash kit
1996-2001 connector kit ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
MaxiFlash Elite ✔ ✔ ✔ Optional
Diagnostic Target Passenger vehicles & Light duty trucks Passenger vehicles & Light duty trucks Passenger vehicles & Light duty trucks Passenger vehicles & Light duty trucks
In conclusion:
The MK908P is an upgraded version of MS908P, and the difference between them is that MK908P is equipped with more advanced hardware.
Processor: The MK908P is processed by the powerful Samsung Exynos hexa-core Processor (1.3GHz Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 + 1.7GHz Dual-core ARM Cortex-A15) while the MS908P is using the Samsung Exynos Quad-Core Processor 1.4GHz.
Operating System: Diagnostic scan tool MK908P features Android4.4.2, KitKat operating system that is upgraded from Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich.
Memory: The MK908P is equipped with 2GB RAM & 64GB on-board Memory, but MS908P only has 32GB on-board memory.
Screen Size & Pixel: The Automotive diagnostic scanner MK908P features 101.1 inches LED screen with 1920*1200 resolutions that provides a better user experience than MS908P’s 9.7 inches screen with 1024*768 resolutions.
Camera: The camera of MK908P is designed to provide a more detailed images using 8.0 Megapixel, AF with Flashlight.
Battery Capacity: For a tablet diagnostic tool that is equipped with built-in battery, the battery life greatly affects the integrity of the diagnosis and the user experience. Compared to the MS908P, the MK908P extends the usage time by increasing battery capacity by 4000mAh.

5 mars 2019

Download Toyota Techstream 14.00.018 for Mini VCI

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 8 h 25 min
(03/2019) Free download TOYOTA Techstream V14.00.018:!fN5nnCrZ!zyvzw682pUp31tbMS6ZJng-IE6VcErJO94hTg31DCzA
date: 01.03.2019
version: 14.00.018
size: 194.4 mb
password: not required
activation: only via Autokent at
security: unknown, not tested yet by pros and not tested with any Toyota diagnostic tool
suggestion: you’d better to use a tested version for use with safety
version 13.00.022 Techstream is the latest ver. you can use with relief
have tested 100% with real professionals working for
no password and activation!
confirmed to work with:
mini vci cable for Toyota customization
vxdiag vcx nano Toyota for diagnostics and programming (test: H chip all keys lost – done!)
mini vci cable tested:
vxdiag toyota tested:

26 février 2019

Nissan Consult III Plus v82.11 -82.50 free download

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 4 h 12 min

This is the last version of Nissan CONSULT III plus wich is working with J2534 PassThru API 04.04.
From 83.xx versions – API 05.00.



English/ French/ German/ Spanish/ Italian/ Japanese/ Portuguese/Russian/ Finnish/ Greek/ Chinese(Simplified)/ Chinese(Traditional) etc


Operating system: Windows XP , Vista, and Windows 7/8  operating system.


Nissan Consult 3 Plus v82.11 + v82.21 + v82.41 + 82.50 free download!WwRDSCxT!6c7V6G4wKRKJjCSkBBwVyI13UWRh-zmOC5wWmIEd2Vo\


You are at your risk.



Region: All Region
Type: Diagnostic software
Version:  v82.11 + v82.21 + v82.41 + 82.50
System Requirements: Panasonic Toughbook CF-19, + VI2
Language: Multilingual
Year / Date: 2018
Date Of Update: 09/2018
License: Freeware


The accurate and speedy diagnosis of a vehicle’s problem has become increasingly complicated as more sophisticated electronic hardware is fitted in vehicles, combined with a significant increase in the number of computers connected to the Controller Area Network (CAN). In the past five-year period, the number of computer systems fitted in today’s vehicles has doubled from only approximately eight in 2001. Nissan Consult 3 plusis specifically designed to address these complex and advanced in-vehicle electronic devices, enabling accurate diagnosis and repairs and shortening waiting times for customers.

22 février 2019

All details About vas 6154 wifi obd2 scanner

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 4 h 06 min
Look here: all details for vas 6154 head (esp. china clone)
vas 6154 price: 69 usd (22% off)
where to:
vas 6154 driver:
vas 6154 driver download!8LAikSQK!g05ClEGjMjFG7IwSU3PDBginUHvbckoyJCUlrLUY3sQ
vas 6154 installation:
vas 6154 windows 7: confirmed to work
vas 6154 windows 10: no luck
I will prefer you to use windows 7 for all the diagnostic devices, this is because of the security of the windows 10. The best way to get a good working diagnostic program is to have one and only laptop for this. A clean windows 7 is the best way.
Have a try on Win 7 32 bit and 64. both have the luck
32bit: x86 is soooo much better since there is no any lack of the functionality for any kind of driver of ur laptop , I test both x86 is better and u can install both yes ODIS-S and ODIS-E
64 bit: I installed on win7 64bit and it installed and I added the update file from the download, starts and works very well
vas 6154 usb setup:
There are two vas6154 china version, one with a wireless module and the other without it.
But both come with a USB module.
vas6154 wireless setup:
vas 6154 wifi setup: yes!
vas 6154 bluetooth setup: no!
Vas 6154 china clone CANNOT connected via Bluetooth, but WiFi available for wireless connection
Look here: How to set up vas 6154 wifi:
Step1: Input the fourth CD and open it and then install the vas 6154 driver
Step 2: Open the CD and then chose the vas 6154 driver to install
Step 3: After installed and click on the Desktop – symbol
Step 4: Click on the Device Configuration
Step5: Choose the connection way “WLAN”
Step 6: Choose the “save”
Step 7: Plug the vas 6154 to the car
Step 8: Open the WIFI and find the VAS-6154 wifi name and connect it.
Step 9: It shows Connected
Step 10: The state of connect successfully
Step 11: Open odis software. Now the latest version is 4.4.1
Step 12: VAS 6054 wifi connection setup successfully.
Done! Ready for use!
vas 6154 reviews:
  1. Clone vas6154 = Odis offline
vas 6154 clone will never work with odis online. Only oem SN of 6154 will work with odis online, all 6154 clones will be on the black list. Vw could not lock the SN Clone for 5054 but could lock the SN Clone for the 6154.

Summary: Anyone who wants to use odis online must purchase oem 6154.

Clone 6154 = Odis offline

  1. enough for users
it works 100% and has unique features. I think it is enough for users
  1. defined as vas5054a
Program clone, is defined as 5054. but 6154 supports wireless.
  1. wireless connection and stable
Vas 6154,can be connected by wireless connection, and the function is very stable.
  1. cable extender for audi obd2
I am not sure if it is an upgraded version from vxdiag vcx nano or a downgrade. However vcx nano due to size it needed a cable extender in order to fit in an audi obd2 connector. This is the main difference with VCX6154. VCX nano being similar to VCX nano pro enjoys the same firmware frequent upgrades, however only pro version can be added with more license add ons for different makes.
VCX can be powered by usb port which means it can be upgraded easily using then vcx app. vcx nano worked perfect with odis-s 3.0.3 and in addition now comes with with api-pdu 1.20.040 support which means odis-s 4.1.3 compatibility. However with odis-e dont expect you will be able to flash successfully.
Please keep us posted with your findings regarding the newer VCX 6154 especially flash capability.
  1. different from the genuine
different from the real vas6154, but i focus on the functionality, regardless of genuine or clone.
the clone vas6154 pcb


the genuine vas 6154 pcb





21 février 2019

Renesas H8SX R5F61721 Read Flash by Diatronik and Gprog

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 4 h 56 min
How-to: read RENESAS H8SX R5F61721 flash by JTAG.

What you need: 

Diatronik SRS OBD Tool/CarMasterX/GromCalcTool

GPROG LITE SL adapter 

Open Gprog software

Select Device->MCU->Renesas H8SX JTAG->R5F61721

Select ID ROM->Read
Read R5F61721 (ID ROM) OK
Select Main Flash
Read R5F61721 flash
Read R5F61721 flash ok

27 décembre 2018

2017 Ford Escape new RCM Module Programming with VCM2 IDS

Classé dans : car diagnostic tool — carsets @ 4 h 29 min


If your Ford has code 19 from the airbag light that came on, which indicated the RCM (Restraints Control Module) went off and has to be replaced.  A new RCM and sensors must be installed whether or not the airbags have deployed. The new RCM has to be programmed with the vin and whatever else they do or the airbag system wont work properly.
Use as-built method of programming since the body shop had already installed the new module. You can install new RCM by yourself as well.  (Refer to the service manual)
Model tested: Ford Escape yr2017. 2.5L Gasoline Automatic
Device to use: VCM2 with Ford IDS software (here use V111.04)
Setup IDS software on laptop
Run IDS software
Establish communication
Turn ignition to ON position
Read and confirm vehicle information, incl. engine type odometer, VIN
Go to Self-Test->Module->RCM
There are some fault codes stored in RCM
Go to Module Programming->Programmable Module Installation->RCM
Confirm VIN
Turn ignition OFF
Install a new module in vehicle
Turn ignition to ON position
Select Automatic option for enterring as built data into module
Module programming in progress
Module installation completed.
Turn ignition OFF
Go to Sefl-test, clear all DTCs
There is still a occupant classification system fault code exists.  We need to perform OCS reset procedure with Ford VCM II.
Select Body->Restraints->Passenger System Reset/OCS Reset
Read the passenger reset guide before operation
The seat must be empty during the rezero procedure to make sure proper function of the seat weight sensor.
Make sure nothing is under the seat and remove any items from the seat that were not factory installed.
Battery within normal operating voltage (10-16 Volts)
Unbuckle the passenger bunckle switch and verify no OCS sensors faults are present.
This car does not have MCS multi-contour seats, we select No.
If Ford IDS gives error “The operation failed”, do following:
Go to Module->OCSM (Occupant Classification System Module)
Performing tests
There are 2 fault codes stored in OSCM, clear DTCs
Now go back to Body->Restraints->Passenger System Reset/OCS Reset
Calibration successfully completed.
Upon completion, perform self-test and make sure all DTC related concerns have been resolved and cleared.
All DTCs are cleared.
Select Module->RCM
No DTC exists.
Select Chassis->Braking->IVD Initialization Sequence
Sensor Initialization
Before performing this procedure, make sure the following
operation are completed.
Don’t shake or bounce the vehicle.
Ensure that you are not pressing the brake pedal.
Park the vehicle on level ground.
Do not depress the accelerator pedal during this test.
Bring the steering wheel to the straight ahead position.
Do not move steering wheel during the routine.
Turn on ignition switch
Select sensor you need to initialize.
Here we need to calibrate lateral and longitudinal acceleration sensor
Procedure successful. Turn ignition OFF
Then calibrate longitudinal acceleration sensor
Procedure successful. Turn ignition OFF
Perform self-test and clear any codes.
Full procedure completed.

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