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Mercedes c220 w204 modify ECU 170 Hp


RTW
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Hello:
I have a problem with reading, modifying and writing the ecu and I have if you can lend a hand.
I read the switchboard by Bdm, until then fine, but when I want to open with Ecm Titanium or the WinOLS not tell me that car belongs neither to me nor corrects the checksum. The Ecm is the 26000 drivers.
It is a 170hp Mercedes C220 W204 with ECU Delphi 3.x Hw 50.08 and 07.08 Sw.
Reading the galletto do with the V54. I created 3 files "Eeprom 4Kb", "2Mb Flash" and "Micro 512 Kb".
He would have to take the Flash to modify the maps injection?
They are many doubts but if anyone can's take me out I would appreciate it.
Thank you very much

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1 minuto fa, RTW ha scritto:

Hello:
I have a problem with reading, modifying and writing the ecu and I have if you can lend a hand.
I read the switchboard by Bdm, until then fine, but when I want to open with Ecm Titanium or the WinOLS not tell me that car belongs neither to me nor corrects the checksum. The Ecm is the 26000 drivers.
It is a 170hp Mercedes C220 W204 with ECU Delphi 3.x Hw 50.08 and 07.08 Sw.
Reading the galletto do with the V54. I created 3 files "Eeprom 4Kb", "2Mb Flash" and "Micro 512 Kb".
He would have to take the Flash to modify the maps injection?
They are many doubts but if anyone can's take me out I would appreciate it.
Thank you very much

IMG-20160819-WA0001.jpg

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