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Old 02-27-2013, 21:14   #1 (permalink)
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Vectra c mileage correction


Hi all I have 2008 vectra c with VDO clocks I believe it has a 93c66 ic

Will this work to read it ??

http://underc0de.superbit.ro/p93cx6/ if not am I able to build a reader get a cheap one just for this am not intrested in doing any except this one
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Old 02-27-2013, 21:33   #2 (permalink)
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Maybe easier and quicker to get it done locally, don't forget also stored in ECU
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If someone can tell me the make of the epromm please
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Old 02-27-2013, 23:06   #4 (permalink)
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Ok purchased a programmer that comes with software to read and write said ic

What I need to know how to find the current millage and change it am no stranger to hex and dumps if someone can point me in the correct direction
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ok open up in hex edit and folow this

Car type: Opel Vectra C - 93c66 - 2002-2006 years
The mileage is stored in the next lines:
01F0: FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA
where the next bytes:
FD CA - is a mileage


93c66 is the eprom

if you gimme the millage needed illmake the calc for you to correct to what is needed

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Vectra c mileage correction

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ok open up in hex edit and folow this

Car type: Opel Vectra C - 93c66 - 2002-2006 years
The mileage is stored in the next lines:
01F0: FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA
where the next bytes:
FD CA - is a mileage


93c66 is the eprom

if you gimme the millage needed illmake the calc for you to correct to what is needed
Argh I cannot work this out please help
I have
0x1f0 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 18 fb

How is this 20009.5 miles on clock ??

I need it to say 91000.0 please


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Old 05-16-2013, 13:58   #7 (permalink)
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Sorry clocks not say 20009.5
They say 20095


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Old 05-16-2013, 14:05   #9 (permalink)
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0x1f0 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 18 fb


ok i work out 18fb is 20095 that is on clock currently
but i i change to
0x1f0 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb e9 c8
or
0x1f0 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb c8 e9
i get
217119

need it to say 91000 please help
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0x1f0 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 18 fb


ok i work out 18fb is 20095 that is on clock currently
but i i change to
0x1f0 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb e9 c8
or
0x1f0 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb 17 fb c8 e9
i get
217119

need it to say 91000 please help
Sorted you need replete c89e over and over


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Old 07-05-2013, 08:38   #12 (permalink)
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Well it might be faster and easier to get it done regionally, don't ignore also try to save in ECU. .
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Car type: Opel Vectra C - 93c66 - 2002-2006 years
The mileage is stored in the next lines:
01F0: FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA FD CA
where the next bytes:
FD CA - is a mileage
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Old 10-29-2013, 23:33   #14 (permalink)
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i blieve is stored in ECU
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