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Old 09-13-2016, 04:09   #1 (permalink)
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Xterra'01 mileage correction w/S220 93c56 chip


Hey guys, I need to adjust the mileage in this Nissan Xterra, When the Instrument cluster is in the car, it reads 206,000 and when I read it after I removed the chip, with CPT Dash software, it shows only 182,000. Any idea why; is there any other way to read this correctly.
I'm attaching the file if someone can read it correctly and can adjust it, I need 122,415 miles. I couldn't attach the file, but if someone can help I'll send it on PM

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Old 09-13-2016, 12:02   #2 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I need to adjust the mileage in this Nissan Xterra, When the Instrument cluster is in the car, it reads 206,000 and when I read it after I removed the chip, with CPT Dash software, it shows only 182,000. Any idea why; is there any other way to read this correctly.
I'm attaching the file if someone can read it correctly and can adjust it, I need 122,415 miles. I couldn't attach the file, but if someone can help I'll send it on PM

Thanks in advance
Upload to 2shared - file upload and sharing and post link...

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Old 09-13-2016, 16:24   #3 (permalink)
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Xterra'01 mileage correction w/S220 93c56 chip

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Old 09-13-2016, 19:14   #4 (permalink)
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here is Original via PM

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Old 09-13-2016, 19:44   #5 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I need to adjust the mileage in this Nissan Xterra, When the Instrument cluster is in the car, it reads 206,000 and when I read it after I removed the chip, with CPT Dash software, it shows only 182,000. Any idea why; is there any other way to read this correctly.
I'm attaching the file if someone can read it correctly and can adjust it, I need 122,415 miles. I couldn't attach the file, but if someone can help I'll send it on PM

Thanks in advance
Try this modified file: .. pass in PM

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Old 09-13-2016, 20:21   #6 (permalink)
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Thank you, I'm going to try it right now and report.
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I got 629,250 when I installed in the car. ??? no idea. When you read the original file do you get 206,000 miles?
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I got 629,250 when I installed in the car. ??? no idea. When you read the original file do you get 206,000 miles?
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No, it's corrupt, not sure what's going on with your file but i'll look into it for you

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Old 09-13-2016, 21:27   #9 (permalink)
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I got 629,250 when I installed in the car. ??? no idea. When you read the original file do you get 206,000 miles?
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I have this info for you:

0km =
String #1 = 3DB77B6EF6DCEDB9
String #2 = 7B6EF6DC

206000km =
String #1 = 3EA87D50FAA0F541
String #2 = 7B50F6A0

122415km =
String #1 = 54AEA95C52B9A572
String #2 = A75C4EB9


Just not sure of dump location for you

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I really appreciate all the help and time you spent. I'm going to try to identify the dump location and make the necessary adjustments, the weird thing is that in the car reads 206,000 and when I read it I get a different number, Do you know any free or cheap software to read the hex code and see the real mileage, Mine is the CPT dash.
By chance do you have the pinout to power this up? so I don't have to run to the car every time I make a change (Nissan Xterra 2001).
Thanks again

Thanks for all your help. I'll locate the dump and try this again. Do you know any software free or cheap to read and translate the hex code to real numbers, probably the problem is the programmer I'm using (CPT dash service tool). Also do you have the pinout to power this Instrument cluster up? so I don't have to run to the car every time I make an adjustment.
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Thanks for all your help. I'll locate the dump and try this again. Do you know any software free or cheap to read and translate the hex code to real numbers, probably the problem is the programmer I'm using (CPT dash service tool). Also do you have the pinout to power this Instrument cluster up? so I don't have to run to the car every time I make an adjustment.
Thanks again
Needs to be in the car so don't try on the bench...
I sent you a file in PM to try

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Ok thanks, I'll check and let you know
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On this data you sent me, where do I locate the string in which line from 000 to 0F0.
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0km =
String #1 = 3DB77B6EF6DCEDB9
String #2 = 7B6EF6DC

206000km =
String #1 = 3EA87D50FAA0F541
String #2 = 7B50F6A0

122415km =
String #1 = 54AEA95C52B9A572
String #2 = A75C4EB9
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On this data you sent me, where do I locate the string in which line from 000 to 0F0.
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0km =
String #1 = 3DB77B6EF6DCEDB9
String #2 = 7B6EF6DC

206000km =
String #1 = 3EA87D50FAA0F541
String #2 = 7B50F6A0

122415km =
String #1 = 54AEA95C52B9A572
String #2 = A75C4EB9
Ignore this, this is for 1999~2000, yours is a 01
Try the dump I sent you

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