Confirmed! Genuine KESS V2 is able to read and write the Control Unit of VAG DSG DQ250 and DSG DQ250 MQB transmissions. but a new 144300K267 dsg cable and the genuine programmer are required!
new 144300K267 dsg cable to flash mqb dsg:
uses the same cable as the old DSG DQ250
Difference between old and new dq250 is that you add a 12v 5 amp switch to the positive main power cable, when it prompts you to cycle ignition, leave the main DSG switch on, and cycle the switch that you just installed when prompted.
Schematic of the cable I have used for DQ250.
Also a photo of the cable set I have made with changeable adapters for DQ200, 250 and 500. The clips for battery connection, box with ignition switch and the connector to KESS box is re used for all adapters.
With the drivers included in ECM Titanium, you’ll be able to modify the operating parameters of the gearbox Temic DSG MQB in order to increase performances.
FEATURES AVAILABLE WITH ECM TITANIUM FOR DQ250 MQB:
* Upshifting maps: they manage the shift to the upper gear in all the driving modes available on the vehicle (ECO, Normal, Sport, Winter). They indicate in RPM when the gear shift occurs.
* Downshifting maps: they manage the shift to the lower gear in all the driving modes available on the vehicle (ECO, Normal, Sport, Winter). They indicate in RPM when the gear shift occurs.
* Launch control:the launch control is an electronical system to avoid the slipping of the drive wheels when accelerating rapidly from a standing start. Thanks to the maps of launch control it’s possible to increase the RPM maximum limiter.
* Maximum torque limiters:in addition to the limiters of the ECU, it’s possible to modify the transmission torque limiters to increase the performance of the vehicle.
* RPM limiters:you’ll be able to modify the RPM limiters of the transmission too, to achieve better performance.
* Timing maps:they’re expressed in ms (milliseconds) and enable the shifting timing modification.
* Maximum oil pressure:it’s possible to increase the shifting speed, by increasing the oil pressure of the transmission.
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It’s VERY VERY VERY IMPORTANT: you should have the Auto ECU Programmer Kess V2, not china or eu clone. with the clone you have no luck with VAG DSG DQ250 and DSG DQ250 MQB.
Also, KTMflash is a good investment for DQ250 MQB
Cheap China clone KTMfash also works good for DQ250 MQB!
DQ250 is listed in the KTMflash vag car/ecu list. look here:
V-A-G: DQ200 (0AM)
V-A-G: DQ200MQB/G2 (0CW)
V-A-G: DQ250C (02E) K-Line
V-A-G: DQ250E/F (02E)
V-A-G: DQ250MQB (0D9)
V-A-G: VL300/V30 (01J/0AN) K-Line
V-A-G: VL300/V30 (01J/0AN)
V-A-G: VL381 (0AW)
V-A-G: DQ500 (0BH/0BT)
V-A-G: DL501/G2 (0B5)
V-A-G: DQ200/MQB Boot (MICRO)
V-A-G: DQ200/MQB Boot (EEPROM)
V-A-G: DQ200G2 Boot (MICRO)
V-A-G: DQ200G2 Boot (EEPROM)
V-A-G: DQ250E/F/MQB Boot (MICRO)
V-A-G: DQ250E/F/MQB Boot (EEPROM)
V-A-G: VL300/V30 BSL (FLASH)
V-A-G: VL300/V30 BSL (EEPROM)
V-A-G: VL381 Boot (MICRO)
V-A-G: VL381 Boot (EEPROM)
V-A-G: DL501 Boot (MICRO)
VAG: DL501 Boot (EEPROM)
V-A-G: DL501G2 Boot (MICRO)
V-A-G: DL501G2 Boot (EEPROM)
DQ250E/F/MQB Boot (MICRO): success!
DQ250E/F/MQB Boot (EEPROM): success!
Q1: How to accomplish Piwis Tester II online function?
A1: Piwis Tester II online is via Team Viewer remote control, globally available.
Q2: How to handle with 90 days locking about Piwis Tester II?
A2: Porsche Piwis 2 timing is unlimited, always showing 90 days.
Q3: How much software update charges for per year?
A3: The first year software update fee is free.
Q4: How to update Piwis Tester II at Obd2tool.com?
A4: By CD or HDD. When you want update. you can contact with our customer service as well
Q5: If it is showing Porsche Logo when booting computer?
A5: Yes, CF-31R, CF30K are with Porsche Logo when booting computer.
Q6: License Validity?
A6: To support ONLINE function, valid certificate must be available for Piwis Tester II.
Q7: Where could get Laptop Power-on Password?
A7: Normally ours is piwis-3456, or piwis-4567. Or you can see the stickers on laptop. (Attached pic shows). If there is any problem, can contact customer service freely.
Here are all solutions aimed to help fix GM MDI Scanner multiple diagnostic interface connection/communication issues (connection by usb, wireless ethernet, wired ethernet)… big thanks to all contributors and obd2tool.com
For mdi not connecting…
First, you should make sure that the MDI Manager software should be installed on the PC and the MDI must be powered up before you use it to communicate.
Also the MDI should be configured for wired ethernet or wireless communication. If the USB is available, the MDI will connect by using the USB and if not, the MDI will connect by using wired ethernet and if neither of them is available, the MDI will connect by using wireless.
If the MDI can not communicate with the MDI, you should check the cables if they are securely attached to the MDI, if the MDI has completed its power up sequence, if the connector pins are clean and if the MDI Manager software is running.
In detail…. mdi connection can be discussed in the following 4 parts:
Part 1: GM MDI USB connection
Part 2: GM MDI connection by wireless ethernet
Part 3: GM MDI connection by wired ethernet
Part 4: Tech support: GM MDI not connecting
Part 1: GM MDI USB connection
And if you connect them by USB, you need to check the MDI USB connection is detected by windows. About the solutions, you can connect the MDI to the PC USB port and power up the MDI. Open the Network and Dial-up Connections Window from the Windows Control Panel. Then check for the device name ETAS USB Remote NDIS Network Device. If it is not running, check all USB ports on the PC and verify that the MDI is powered on.
GM MDI Manual: What if MDI fails to connect on USB
* Check USB cable connections.
* Check Firewall Settings on your PC.
* Verify a USB Hub is not being used (MDI has a fixed USB address).
* Verify that only one MDI is connected to your PC using USB.
* Verify the USB driver has been installed on the PC (look for device name ‘ETAS USB Remote
NDIS Network Device’ under Network Connections).
* Try connecting to other USB ports on the PC.
Part 2: GM MDI connection by wireless ethernet
If you connect them by wireless ethernet, you should make sure that wireless communication is enabled and the IP configuration is properly set using the MDI Manager software. Then what you need to check is that the USB cable is not plugged in, the MDI is not being used via wired ethernet and the wireless card is properly seated in the MDI. You can contact your IT department and check that your PC is detecting the wireless access point and the correct security settings have been configured for the MDI.
GM MDI Manual: What if MDI fails to connect on Wireless
* Check the wireless card is properly seated in the WiFi GM MDI.
* Confirm LEDs on the wireless card are lighted when the MDI is powered.
* Verify the MDI and PC are within range of the Access Point or Router.
* Verify that the PC is connected to the Access Point or Router.
* Verify signal strength of the wireless network from the PC.
* Check Firewall Settings on your PC
* USB connection takes precedence, unplug USB cable.
* Wired Ethernet connection takes precedence, unplug Ethernet cable.
* Connect to MDI using USB and run MDI Manager to verify the Wireless Settings are
o Wireless interface is enabled.
o AP settings configured for proper security (authentication, encryption).
o Signal Quality (fair, good, excellent) indicates connected to AP.
o The MDI, PC and AP are on the same subnet
o If using static IP, verify the IP Address and Subnet mask are correct (supplied by network
Part 3: GM MDI connection by wired ethernet
And if you connect then by wired ethernet, you need to ensure that the wired ethernet communication is enabled and configured using the MDI Manager software. Then you should check that the USB cable is not plugged in and the MDI device detects wired ethernet activity by viewing the lights blinking on the wired ethernet port of the MDI. And also you can contact your local IT department and check that the MDI and the PC are on the same subnet.
GM MDI Manual: What if Car Diagnostic Tool MDI fails to connect on Wired
* Check Ethernet cable connections.
* Check Firewall Settings on your PC.
* Verify the MDI and the PC are cabled into separate LAN connections on the same network.
* Verify that the PC is properly configured and can communicate on the network.
* USB connection takes precedence, unplug USB cable.
* Connect to MDI using USB and run MDI Manager to verify the Wired Ethernet Settings are
o Wired Ethernet interface is enabled.
o If using static IP, verify the IP Address and Subnet mask are correct (supplied by your
Part 4: GM MDI not connecting
This is professional technical support for the error ” not connected to MDI”.
All what you need do is to refresh the GM MDI firmware
* Press this button and connect the power:
* Keep press this button and connect it to power, the power light will be on, wait about 10 seconds:
* When all light is on, then you can release the button, and it will enter firmware refresh status:
* Connect GM MDI with your PC via USB cable, prepare to refresh the firmware:
* Open “GM MDI Manager”, choose “Recover”:
I thought I would start a new thread on the Chinese Mb Star C3 systems, since there doesn’t seem talk on this subject thus far.
Since you’re reading this thread then I’m guessing you were like me and are searching for information on these Chinese MB Star systems.
I’m sure you’ve found several web sites selling these things, prices ranging all over from $380 up to over $800 but unfortunately I there isn’t a damn thing about anyone actually purchasing one of these and verifying the sellers claim on whether they really work or if they really don’t require the original IBM ThinkPad to work properly.
Well, here ya go folks!
So after months of searching and doing research with not much luck I finally took the risk and bought one of the Chinese MB STAR C3 systems.
I was very hesitant in buying one of these Chinese devices. The total price with shipping turned out to be $450. There were several places on the internet with prices ranging all over. I only found one place that was a little less expensive than $450 total, I think maybe $430 but that guy was not very prompt in returning my emails. I finally ordered mine from vidaobd2.com. Michael Luo was the sales rep who immediately responded to my inquiry on the device and he immediately responded to all my emails and questions within a day at worst. He was very friendly and patient with me and his English surprisingly good.
The one they sell was claimed to work on most any laptop, not just the IBM ThinkPad was required to run the software. Which is what these systems were originally intended for.
It took me about three weeks to finally receive the device VIA DHL after I sent the payment. Mine took a little longer to receive because I placed the order right before Chinese new year, but Michael warned me that shipping will take an extra week because most of China was off for a week for Chinese new year.
When I finally received the unit I was very surprised on how heavy they box was. I guess this is why it was $50 just for the shipping.
When I opened the box I was very surprised and very impressed in the quality and the amount of contents. The multiplexer unit itself is a very heavy duty all aluminum enclosure with tough rubber end caps and real nice polished aluminum connector ends. It even came with the stickers to make it look like an original MB STAR system.
It came with several cables to make it work with most any car including the 32 pin round connector for those Euro models. All I really needed was the 16 pin cable that plugs into the CAN slot.
I was very impressed with the quality of all the cables. They all felt and looked very heavy duty and had heavy duty solid aluminum connectors. None of it looked cheap at all.
The kit came with a Samsung External USB 80 gig hard dive which had the MB STAR software loaded on it. Also included to my surprise was a PCMCI to serial card with driver software. I’m assuming that the STAR system will not run from a USB to serial box and since I told Michael which system I had, he knew that I did not have a serial port on my laptop so he included this for free.
All in all I was very impressed with what I received as far as quality and everything that was included for the $450.
Now on to the operation of the unit:
After doing a little research I learned that the software might not work on Windows 7.
I didn’t even bother trying since a buddy of mine gave me an old tablet with a serial port built in and already had XP loaded on it. So I just decided to use that since it was a touch screen and would probably be a little easier to use than my bulky 17” screen laptop.
I forgot to mention, you will need at least 1 gig of RAM to run this program, it will not even load with anything less than a gig. Luckily I had an extra 512 board lying around the office… Shhhh…lol
This is what I did first before I even started messing with the software:
Since this thing is already kind of bulky I really didn’t want to run it with an external hard drive attached so I figured out a way to include this image on my internal hard drive.
Since this image was about 63gig I needed a larger hard drive for my tablet. Luckily I had access to a 180gig laptop SATA drive from work since we sometimes through them out after we do testing on them. (Oh shut up, we through these things out! lol) I connected both drives to my desktop PC and went to work. You probably figured out by now that I did this all at work since who actually has a desktop at home anymore? I hope my boss doesn’t read this…lol The first thing I did was use Acronis and cloned the old tablet drive to the new 180gig drive so that I now had a large enough drive to add the STAR image to it. Next I used Partition Magic to add a logical partition of about 80gigs to the drive. Next I used a free program called Drive Image XML. I first made a backup image of the 80gig drive that came with the unit. I saved this to my secondary hard drive on my desktop PC (My own personal 1 Terabyte drive) just in case I needed the original image in the future. I then used the Drive Image software to restore the backed up image to the new 80gig logical partition I created on the new 180gig drive. When I first tried to put the new hard drive in the tablet it would not boot. It turned out that I needed to delete the drive letter from the main partition where my original XP image was. I recommend you do this before you install it back in the laptop since I had to take the drive back out, hook it up to my other PC again and delete it from there, then re-install the drive into the tablet.
BAM! This worked! I now have a hard drive with my original bootable image of XP with a separate logical drive letter with the image of the 80gig drive that came with the kit all on one hard dive so it’s easily assessable from the my computer I-con.
Now on to the software that came with this:
The image that came on the external hard drive, which is now on my internal drive is actually an image of an IBM ThinkPad that runs in a program called VMware. I was not familiar with this software but just went with it. There are some simple start up instructions included in a couple of power point slides. I followed those instructions but couldn’t get it to run. I was getting an error, which I apologies but I can’t remember exactly what it was, something about a compatibility issue. This made me very nervous that the software wasn’t going to run on my tablet. So I did a search for this error on the net and sure enough my good ole friends at Google had a web site with the answer for me. The site I found had my exact error message and simply said to delete some configuration file in the VMware folder. I’m guessing this is some kind of setup file that came loaded on the hard drive that was not correct for my tablet. So I first made a backup of this file, just in case, then deleted this file from the logical drive like it said to. I restarted the VMware program and Vola, it worked!
I now had VMware running with image of from an IBM ThinkPad that was preloaded with a several different programs on its desktop that I have never heard of. One of these programs was Xentry another was DAS as well as a few others. I included a snap shot of the screen so you can see all what it came with.
I first clicked on the Xentry I-con, but it would not load. I then tried the DAS I-con and waited. This is the frustrating part, this software runs VERY slow and took nearly 8-10 minutes to completely load. Maybe my computer is just very slow or maybe I need more memory, I don’t know but eventually it was up and running.
Hooking it up to the car:
Once the software finally loaded I connected the 16 pin cable to my CAN port under my dash, and the serial connector to my tablet PC then turned on the ignition of the car. I followed the menus and chose the type of car, etc. Unfortunately it would not auto detect my car. I don’t know if this was just my car or if it’s a bug in the software/hardware. My car had a lot of electrical and computer issues that the mechanic told me about, which is why I decided to buy this thing since I already spent $5k for him to fix most of the problems. So it could have just been a problem with my car not allowing it to auto detect, I couldn’t tell you.
This really wasn’t a big deal. The software simply took me through a few questions to manually select my exact vehicle model.
After a couple of minutes I was finally connected to the cars computer systems. The main menu had a few different choices, but I found the “Start quick scan” was the best option. Unfortunately there is nothing quick about this. The whole scan took a good 10-15 minutes to complete. I started having low voltage problems from the car since I had to have the ignition on and the door open during this whole process. This actually cased more false codes and problems so I recommend that you start the car and let it idle during this whole process. You could probably hook up a battery charger, I didn’t try that but will next time since the engine started getting kind of hot idling there for a good 40 or so minutes while I was doing all this.
Once it was finally done it came up with a long list everything in the car. At the end of each line it had a status of either an “f” or an “i” or and “E” or a check mark.
I was not familiar with software at all, so I played around with it a bit and tried hitting the green checkmark button on the ones that had an ‘f” this did in fact bring up another screen that allowed you to view the fault codes and erase them if you wanted to.
There is also an option on the main screen to erase all codes. It doesn’t tell you that it’s all codes but I’m pretty sure it is. Unfortunately it only clears most of them and you may still have to go into each one manually and clear them or check them to see if they’re current or just stored.
After playing with this software a little more I found that there are actually some trouble shooting steps assigned to each fault codes. I’m sure this makes it much easier for a Mercedes tech. If you select the fault code then hit the green checkmark this should take you to the trouble shooter. I think you may have to hit the magnify glass button at some point, I can’t really remember.
There is going to be a learning curve here and you’ll soon find out that if you back to far out of certain screens you have to re-scan or after you leave the main screen you loose the option of clearing all the codes without a re-scan. It can be a little frustrating at first, but after a while of playing with the software and after several beers while waiting it started to come into play.
So I starting checking out some of my reoccurring fault codes, but wasn’t sure what was real or just logged from an old occurrence so I deleted all the codes, then did a re-read again. A couple of the codes kept coming back as “f” but I expected this. I’m having an SRS problem that I’m trying to trouble shoot. When I finally got into the SRS code that kept reoccurring I learned that the software is in real time. Meaning that you can actually see the screen change if you fix the fault or re-cause it. Very cool!
So this is about as far as I got with the DAS software.
Right now I have 4 codes relating to my SRS system that I’m trying to clear up so I can get rid of the pesky SRS light and finally get the SRS system fixed.
The DAS software gave me a component number and a code which I am now trying to trouble shoot. This is where the other software comes into play. Keep reading…
The StarFinder software:
This software is ultra cool!! Again there was a bit of a learning curve but it didn’t take me too long to figure it out enough to find what I was looking for.
With this software I was able to type in the fault code that the DAS gave me and it popped up a schematic with the circuit of the part. You can then click on the diagnostic button to find out what it is and how to test it. Here is the really cool part!… When you click on the Star Finder button it brings up a list of all the fault codes or you can do a search and type yours in. Once you click on your fault code it brings up a series of actual pictures of the car of where the device is located and how to get to it. That was just too cool!! The star finder software makes it worth the money alone! Although, I guess it wouldn’t do you any good unless you had the error code from the DAS system. Lol So the two programs complement each other very well.
I think the other programs have something to do with warranty information and data entry by the tech while he’s working on the car. Which really makes me think this is an actual image of a complete hard drive from a service shop that seems to be cracked. Hey, at least it works!
So in conclusion the Chinese system I ordered for $450 was a great deal and works great! The car I used it on was a 2006 SL500. I also tried it on a 2001 SLK320 and had success with that as well. The VMware image thing was kind of odd but seemed to work just fine. My only complaint was that it was very slow. The system might run faster and better on an actual IBM ThinkPad but for what I’m doing, this setup works just fine. Just have a 6 pack of beer handy because you’re going to be doing a lot of waiting on the system to boot and load.
I hope this helps anyone who is thinking about buying one of these. I got mine for a total of $450 shipping included from vidaobd2.com. I have done a lot of research and I highly recommend buying from these guys. I think it’s worth the extra $10-$20 over the cheaper site that I found. I promise I am in NO way affiliated with these guys what so ever. I am just a truly satisfied customer.
I recommend you emailing them first and telling them what computer you plan on using it on and what operating system and whether you have a serial port or not, etc. I’m not sure if it works on windows 7 or not. Also make sure you have at least a gig of RAM on the system you’re planning on running it on. It will not load with anything less.
Here are some screen shots from the software. I apologies but I didn’t get any photos of the unit or cables but you’ll just have to trust me when I say that everything looked even better than the photos they advertise on their site. Everything looked like really heavy duty good stuff. Nothing looked cheap at all!
A Nissan Murano Z51 3.5L CVT 2012Y had an accident. The lower part of the connectors of the original engine control unit moved by 7-8mm inside the board, half of the pins are broken off, one heating channel of the upper lambda does not work, although the field effect transistor is jerky. Got and most lambda, but it has already changed.
Bought a new ECM, there were no problems with snapping, software is different. The old module stands still, the new Nissan Consult III Plus lies on top:
Disclaimer: The tutorial was translated from Russian. Credit to Car-Buster. You are at your risk.
Marking the old ECM module: 23710-1AA4B
Marking the new ECM module: 23710-1TJ0A
Well visible recessed connectors:
Back of the control modules
Device used: original Consult-III diagnostic without the Immo card , and with the correct software:
If you using the clones, better go for Consult III Plus, Nissan Consult 3 Plus adds ECU programming function without working with immobiliser card since software version v65.12.
There are many step-by-step screenshots, so I’ll lay out the most basic.
After installing a new unit, the car naturally won’t start, there will be an active error due to mismatch of ID keys recorded in the ECM and Immo , in short, there is no sync P1611 ID DISCORD IMMU-ECM :
Yes, the ignition turns on, the starter turns but the car no start
Turn off the ignition, turn on the emergency light, connect to the car, choose vehicle model Murano Z51 after 2010.v. and press the Select button :
Everything is carried out with the ignition off and with the emergency lights on. We hear how the steering column is unlocked, and the ignition is now turned on only when something (key) is inserted into the emergency key slot. And one more thing, the ACC mode disappears , this is normal, that is, immediately switch ignition OFF-ON and not like people OFF-ACC-ON :
Enter the immo code 1211, and go to the last screen, claiming that initialization is completed:
Turn off the ignition, take out the key (it has not yet been registered, but served only to start the procedure). Now we insert the first key into the slot, turn on the ignition, turn off the ignition, pull out the key, the immo indicator flashes 5 times. Repeat this procedure for keys 2-5.
In my case, only 2 keys. Turn off the ignition, check the operation of the radio channel from each key. Works. Now remove the first key away from the car, and leave the second inside, start the engine – with a half kick. For the second key is similar.
As a result, there is no error in heating one of the upper lambda, and in the current data adequate readings. Engine speeds develop adequately without kicks. New engine control module was replaced successfully.
This post is about how to use CK100 Key Programmer to program new keys, then, i will tell you the procedure as follows.
1. Prepare two keys, one key can start the engine, another key can not (blank key) and connected cable to the device.
2. Connect CK100 auto key programmer device into the OBD socket.
3. Turn on CK 100 pin code device.
4. Select car model according to CK100 device’s prompt.
5. Insert a key and turn the console.
6. Turn ignition on then removed the key.
7. Allowed to add a blank new key while left ignition off.
8. Waiting for 45 seconds (max 60 seconds) until the safety access procedure was completed.
9. Blank key has been stored. Try the second key and the engine can be started by the end.
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Original VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis DoIP Pass Through Interface
VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI is the latest interface for For Mercedes & SMART vehicles can replace Star C4/C5. VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI acts as a Pass-through Interface, also called MB STAR C6, For Benz C6 multiplexer to provide complete communication between a vehicle and the VXDIAG For XENTRY software loaded on a PC.
XENTRY Software Show:
VXDIAG MB SD Connect C6 XENTRY Diagnosis VCI Overview:
Compatible Software: XENTRY/Das Software
Support Vehicle: Mercede For Benz & Smart vehicles
DoIP: Support DoIP(You must have an account online)
Functions: Star Diagnostic & programming (SCN Coding)(You must have an account online)
VXDIAG MB SD Connect C6 XENTRY Diagnosis VCI Features:
1.VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI can be used for all model series of For Mercedes For Benz vehicles
2.VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI support DoIP, cover more functions during SCN Coding than SD C4/C5
3.VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI functions including diagnosing, programming, simulation studying, repair information, automotive maintenance, technical service bulletin and so on
4.VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI Diagnosis updates no longer necessary – firmware updates required on rare occasions
5.VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI does not need a power supply unit for external power supply
6.VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI Handy multiplexer with a small, sturdy construction (no PC core, battery, fan, or display)
7.Engines (All Gasoline & Diesel Systems)
8.Transmissions and Electronic Selector Modules
9.Airmatic and Active Body Control Suspension Systems
10.Traction Systems: ESP / ASR / ETS / ABS / BAS / SBC braking systems
11.Supplementary Restraint Systems (SRS) / Airbag, All body modules OCP / UCP / LCP / SCM / SKF / KFB / RCM / DCM’s
12.Drive Authorisation System
13.Sam (Signal Acquisition) Modules
14.Electronic Ignition System (EIS)
15.Pneumatic System Equipment and ATA functions
16.Air Conditioning / climate control Systems
18.Tyre Pressure Control
21.D2b Command & Audio Gateway (D2B and MOST networks)
23.Headlamp Range Adjustment
25.Rvc, RST & Vario Roof modules
26.Automatic Clutch System ACS
27.M-Class Body Modules (AAM / EAM / DAS / SEM / VG Transfer Case)
28.Assyst & ASSYST + systems
XENTRY Diagnosis VCI Summary:
The new VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI (Vehicle Communication Interface) multiplexer serves as the interface to the vehicle when performing diagnosis and repairs, and programming electric and electronic on-board vehicle systems.
The VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis VCI does not have its own PC core, battery, fan, or display. It is operated using the VXDIAG For XENTRY Diagnosis Pad via WLAN or a USB cable connection.
1.If you choose it without laptop,please install the 500GB HDD on laptop above 4GB Memory and I5 CPU, and use it on one laptop only. If change laptop, software may get broken and need to ship HDD back to us to copy software again.
2.You also can watch more videos to get more technical support from official website:
3.This VXDIAG can/’t support All Key Lost,needs one key at least.
RAM 32bit180MHz ARM
FLASH 1MByte FALSH
Diagnostic Port 24PIN, self-determination design
LED 4 LED indicator light,indicate power and status.
Power DC 9V-36V
Working Temperature -20°C~70 °C
Storage Temperature -40°C~85 °C
Warranty: One Year
1pc x VXDIAG VCX-PLUS
1pc x OBDII Cable
1pc x USB Cable
1pc x 500GBhdd
1pc x VXDIAG VCX-PLUS
1pc x OBDII Cable
1pc x USB Cable
1pc x second hand Lenovo T410 laptop (4GB Memory I5 CPU and 500GB HDD)
1pc x VXDIAG VCX-PLUS
1pc x OBDII Cable
1pc x USB Cable
1pc x new EVG7 Tablet laptop(4GB Memory and 500GB HDD)
VXDiag MB SD Connect C6 support add more original software in feature, you only need buy authorization from us. Already released original software authorization has：
If you need above softwares,please contact us:sales@obd2tool.
Mercedes Star Diagnostic Tool Benz Star C3 Experience
Mb Star C3 Mercedes Star Diagnostic Tool work for Benz car & trucks till 2014.12. Compare SD C4 SDConnect Multiplexer, the client prefers to use Benz Star C3 work for old models. Below obd2tool.com share client Mercedes Star Diagnostic Tool Benz Star C3 experience as follow.
Mercedes Star Diagnostic Tool Benz Star C3 Multiplexer
Super Star C3 multiplexer MB Star C3 Mercedes Star Diagnostic Tool Review
I am going to keep posting my updates about doing an AAM and SRS module swap in my 01 ML 430 Sport using the Chinese clone Benz star c3 diagnosis tool.
I received my MB Star C3 from Obd2tool.com yesterday and the Dell D620 a day earlier to use for the Benz Star C3. Replacing the hard disk with the one supplied with the Benz Star C3 Multiplexer was a snap. After watching a few videos on YouTube on how to set up the Xentry and Das programs I had them up and running. But then it took me another 3-4 hour of playing and researching online to figure out how to set up the RS232 port to see the Stardiagnos.
At 10:30 last night, and very exhausted it came to life. As I had figured the AAM and SRS modules were completely non-responsive and could not be talked with via the tool.
This morning I ordered a new AAM and with free shipping and $370 it is on its way to my shop. I picked up a SRS module from a wrecked ML in a local junk yard that I hope will work.
I plan on attacking the SRS system this weekend and the AAM next week. I have been working through the Xentry emulator to learn how to properly set up and program these parts today at my desk and think I have it down pretty well. It is pretty simple once you figure out the navigation and menu structure in the DAS system.
So stay tuned and offer a prayer for me that I do not brick any of the components in my truck.
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Lonsdor K518ISE and Opel Antara all keys lost: possible?
Did you successfully make all keys lost (AKL) to Opel Antara with Lonsdor?
Yes, I made it some time ago
Anyone helps me confirm Antara is listed in Lonsdor?
Antara is supported by the Lonsdor k518ise first release:
OPEL\Remote system\Antara: Program remote, Delete remote
OPEL\IMMO\Select from vehicle\Antara: All keys lost
Does any one made AKL to Antara with Lonsdor K518ise? Car can be started for few times with each key and then turns all off …. chip ID is the same as for both keys
You need to program the keys in one single procedure, it happened to me programming a spare, ended up with two not working. Had to reprogram as AKL. Remote procedure separate.
Example: A big success with “select from type”
Car: Opel Astra 2013
Immobilizer: select from type, type 1
Read pin codes
Program new keys
1．N20 engine physical drawing.
2．Read EEPROM data in the engine with CGDI BMW or CGpro (9S12).
4．Write the newly generated data to the engine with CG100 or CGPRO