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Old 05-17-2023, 14:43   #16 (permalink)
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No brother the alphardsele file is the one i saved before editing as i told you earlier i saved the 8 bit file which is alphardsele without editing, later when i saw the problem of blinking i reprogrammed the eprom back with the 8bit dump and read the eprom with 16bit which i saved as alphardfile2.
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Old 05-17-2023, 16:33   #17 (permalink)
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I have sent u image and the file i had saved without editing
92149km

And brother does wrong bit editing make rev counter not to work?
Try this 16bit dump, it's same cluster but read correctly .. pass in PM
(Dump Edited with you desired Km)



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Old 05-17-2023, 22:22   #18 (permalink)
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Brother its still blinking and it reads 69835km, have sent u the pic, what does cause the odo to blink?
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Old 05-18-2023, 06:32   #19 (permalink)
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Brother its still blinking and it reads 69835km, have sent u the pic, what does cause the odo to blink?
Blinking shows corrupt data.
Because you wrote to it you don't have a correct original
I suggest it now needs to go to a specialist for repair.



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Blinking shows corrupt data.
Because you wrote to it you don't have a correct original
I suggest it now needs to go to a specialist for repair.



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Ok ket me try to get the original and will let you now bro
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Old 05-18-2023, 09:50   #21 (permalink)
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Ok ket me try to get the original and will let you now bro
If you wrote to the chip then there is no way to get your original



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Old 05-18-2023, 14:41   #22 (permalink)
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What if i get another alphard same year and copy dump from its cluster and redo this one?
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What if i get another alphard same year and copy dump from its cluster and redo this one?
Has to be exact numbers etc., but yes it's possible.
The file I sent you was from the exact car and it didn't work,
but maybe the numbers weren't the same




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Has to be exact numbers etc., but yes it's possible.
The file I sent you was from the exact car and it didn't work,
but maybe the numbers weren't the same




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I checked something the mileage code which you edited its fir alphard but it read 69xxxkm, when i tried to use hilux 2006 mileage code it reads 52xxxkm,
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I checked something the mileage code which you edited its fir alphard but it read 69xxxkm, when i tried to use hilux 2006 mileage code it reads 52xxxkm,
It's problem with byte-swap, this is why you need original dump



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