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Voltage Too Low

Postby zcivic » Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:15 am

Ok I just got the pro version of ECUedit. I was able to flash a few times (trying to get inj latency dialed in). Now it gives an error saying the voltage is too low. I know this is a problem with ecuflash and there is a version that bypasses the voltage check is there a patch or a version for ECUedit that will do the same thing. Also are there a USDM instead of metric tables??
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Randy
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Re: Voltage Too Low

Postby epifan » Sun Nov 11, 2012 6:53 pm

zcivic wrote:Ok I just got the pro version of ECUedit. I was able to flash a few times (trying to get inj latency dialed in). Now it gives an error saying the voltage is too low. I know this is a problem with ecuflash and there is a version that bypasses the voltage check is there a patch or a version for ECUedit that will do the same thing.

Kernel is also check programming voltage. And even if ecuEdit bypass voltage check kernel is raise error anyway

zcivic wrote:Also are there a USDM instead of metric tables??

You can use map metric converter (View\Display data convert...) or convert EcuFlash/RomRiader defs with enabled/disabled meteric convert option.
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Re: Voltage Too Low

Postby zcivic » Mon Nov 12, 2012 12:28 am

I tried it again with the headlights on and it did program so might have to trick the program the old way. I know nothing about the kernel but I have ecuflash that corrected the issue if anyone wants to check it out and find what the fix was.
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Re: Voltage Too Low

Postby epifan » Mon Nov 12, 2012 7:48 am

zcivic wrote:I tried it again with the headlights on and it did program so might have to trick the program the old way. I know nothing about the kernel but I have ecuflash that corrected the issue if anyone wants to check it out and find what the fix was.

Please send to me flash log from EcuFlash
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Re: Voltage Too Low

Postby zcivic » Mon Nov 12, 2012 5:37 pm

Here is ECUedit:


-- New session started at 11/12/2012 12:32:36 PM : Write process with template Subaru 16-bit ECU --

[0.000] loading kernel from file C:\Program Files\ecuEdit\kernels\s_hc16_v105.bin
[0.031] 1636 byte kernel read
[0.016] kernel checksum is valid (n = 818)
[0.031] 196608 byte image read
[0.047] found OpenPort 2.0 (J2534) cable
[1.922] denso02_bootloader_cmd_start
[6.125] ECU response error
[0.125] kernel get version
[0.031] kernel already resident - skipping kernel load
[0.234] kernel get version
[0.032] kernel version is : OpenECU Subaru HC16 Kernel V1.05
[0.031] reading kernel comm buffer size
[0.031] comm buffer size set to 512
[0.016] reading kernel flash buffer size
[0.031] flash buffer size set to 4096
[0.328] comparing ECU flash memory pages to image file
[0.344] page 0 from 02C000 to 02FFFF crc32 5C3B48A2 file_crc32 5C3B48A2 :: YES
[0.344] page 1 from 028000 to 02BFFF crc32 012ECDBB file_crc32 A79E5116 :: NO
[0.343] page 2 from 01C000 to 01FFFF crc32 17E11F4D file_crc32 17E11F4D :: YES
[0.344] page 3 from 018000 to 01BFFF crc32 CA0E2CF1 file_crc32 CA0E2CF1 :: YES
[0.360] page 4 from 014000 to 017FFF crc32 06AFCA95 file_crc32 06AFCA95 :: YES
[0.343] page 5 from 010000 to 013FFF crc32 C9F9E561 file_crc32 C9F9E561 :: YES
[0.344] page 6 from 00C000 to 00FFFF crc32 76091E52 file_crc32 76091E52 :: YES
[0.344] page 7 from 008000 to 00BFFF crc32 D681F4A8 file_crc32 D681F4A8 :: YES
[0.344] page 8 from 004000 to 007FFF crc32 26779743 file_crc32 26779743 :: YES
[0.343] page 9 from 000000 to 003FFF crc32 320F3ECC file_crc32 320F3ECC :: YES
[0.047] reading ecu programming voltage
[0.031] programming voltage is 12.68 volts
[0.032] programming voltage is too low!
[0.047] Errors occured

Here is ECUflash:
[12:35:15.125] EcuFlash Version 1.43.3387
[12:35:15.125] OS Version Windows XP
[12:35:15.125] Qt Version 4.7.1
[12:35:15.140] 62 memory models read.
[12:35:15.140] scanning for metadata models in C:/Program Files/OpenECU/EcuFlash/rommetadata
[12:35:15.750] 356 ROM metadata models scanned.
[12:35:15.750] checksum module "subarudbw" loaded.
[12:35:15.750] checksum module "mitsucan" loaded.
[12:35:15.750] checksum module "mitsuh8" loaded.
[12:35:15.750] patch module "Subaru CAN Enhanced RAM Parameter Logging" loaded.
[12:35:15.750] patch module "Mitsu CAN RAM Parameter Logging" loaded.
[12:35:15.750] flashing tool "wrx02" loaded.
[12:35:15.750] flashing tool "wrx04" loaded.
[12:35:15.765] flashing tool "sti04" loaded.
[12:35:15.765] flashing tool "sti05" loaded.
[12:35:15.765] flashing tool "mitsukernel" loaded.
[12:35:15.765] flashing tool "mitsukernelocp" loaded.
[12:35:15.765] flashing tool "mitsubootloader" loaded.
[12:35:15.765] flashing tool "shbootmode" loaded.
[12:35:15.765] flashing tool "shaudmode" loaded.
[12:35:15.765] flashing tool "subarucan" loaded.
[12:35:15.781] flashing tool "subarucand" loaded.
[12:35:15.781] flashing tool "mitsucan" loaded.
[12:35:22.406] A4SG900C (332 tables) inheriting 16BITBASE (495 tables)
[12:35:22.468] 196608 byte image read.
[12:35:26.515] J2534 API Version: 04.04
[12:35:26.515] J2534 DLL Version: 1.00.3334 Jul 21 2011 18:26:32
[12:35:26.515] Device Firmware Version: 1.11.3298
[12:35:26.515] Device Serial Number: TAXPAxia
[12:35:30.343] denso02_bootloader_cmd_start
[12:35:31.562] denso02_bootloader_cmd_start
[12:35:32.796] denso02_bootloader_cmd_start
[12:35:34.031] denso02_bootloader_cmd_start
[12:35:35.265] denso02_bootloader_cmd_start
[12:35:35.687] kernel get version
[12:35:35.703] found oecu kernel!
[12:35:35.703] kernel already resident - skipping kernel load
[12:35:35.906] kernel get version
[12:35:35.921] kernel version is : OpenECU Subaru HC16 Kernel V1.05
[12:35:35.921] reading kernel comm buffer size
[12:35:35.937] comm buffer size set to 512
[12:35:35.937] reading kernel flash buffer size
[12:35:35.937] flash buffer size set to 4096
[12:35:35.937] -- flashing image to ECU memory --
[12:35:36.343] -- comparing ECU flash memory pages to image file --
[12:35:36.343] seg start len ecu CRC32 img CRC32 same?
[12:35:36.656] FB01 00000000 00004000 320F3ECC 320F3ECC YES
[12:35:36.984] FB02 00004000 00004000 26779743 26779743 YES
[12:35:37.296] FB03 00008000 00004000 D681F4A8 D681F4A8 YES
[12:35:37.625] FB04 0000C000 00004000 76091E52 76091E52 YES
[12:35:37.937] FB05 00010000 00004000 C9F9E561 C9F9E561 YES
[12:35:38.265] FB06 00014000 00004000 06AFCA95 06AFCA95 YES
[12:35:38.578] FB07 00018000 00004000 CA0E2CF1 CA0E2CF1 YES
[12:35:38.906] FB08 0001C000 00004000 17E11F4D 17E11F4D YES
[12:35:39.218] FB09 00028000 00004000 012ECDBB A79E5116 NO
[12:35:39.546] FB10 0002C000 00004000 5C3B48A2 5C3B48A2 YES
[12:35:39.859] reading ecu programming voltage
[12:35:39.859] programming voltage is 12.58 volts
[12:35:39.859] kernel flash enable
[12:35:39.875] kernel blank flash page: addr: 00028000
[12:35:40.093] erased in 1 pulse(s)
[12:35:40.093] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00028000 len: 00000200
[12:35:40.218] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00028200 len: 00000200
[12:35:40.359] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00028400 len: 00000200
[12:35:40.500] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00028600 len: 00000200
[12:35:40.640] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00028800 len: 00000200
[12:35:40.781] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00028A00 len: 00000200
[12:35:40.921] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00028C00 len: 00000200
[12:35:41.046] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00028E00 len: 00000200
[12:35:41.187] kernel commit flash addr: 00028000 len: 00001000 crc32 429e8c1c
[12:35:41.578] written in 1 pulse(s)
[12:35:41.578] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00029000 len: 00000200
[12:35:41.718] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00029200 len: 00000200
[12:35:41.859] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00029400 len: 00000200
[12:35:42.000] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00029600 len: 00000200
[12:35:42.140] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00029800 len: 00000200
[12:35:42.265] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00029A00 len: 00000200
[12:35:42.406] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00029C00 len: 00000200
[12:35:42.546] kernel write flash buffer addr: 00029E00 len: 00000200
[12:35:42.687] kernel commit flash addr: 00029000 len: 00001000 crc32 aaf2bbcc
[12:35:43.078] written in 1 pulse(s)
[12:35:43.078] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002A000 len: 00000200
[12:35:43.203] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002A200 len: 00000200
[12:35:43.343] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002A400 len: 00000200
[12:35:43.484] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002A600 len: 00000200
[12:35:43.625] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002A800 len: 00000200
[12:35:43.765] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002AA00 len: 00000200
[12:35:43.906] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002AC00 len: 00000200
[12:35:44.046] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002AE00 len: 00000200
[12:35:44.171] kernel commit flash addr: 0002A000 len: 00001000 crc32 7f1dbda3
[12:35:44.562] written in 1 pulse(s)
[12:35:44.562] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002B000 len: 00000200
[12:35:44.703] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002B200 len: 00000200
[12:35:44.843] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002B400 len: 00000200
[12:35:44.984] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002B600 len: 00000200
[12:35:45.125] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002B800 len: 00000200
[12:35:45.265] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002BA00 len: 00000200
[12:35:45.390] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002BC00 len: 00000200
[12:35:45.531] kernel write flash buffer addr: 0002BE00 len: 00000200
[12:35:45.671] kernel commit flash addr: 0002B000 len: 00001000 crc32 555d0574
[12:35:46.062] written in 1 pulse(s)
[12:35:46.062] kernel flash disable
[12:35:46.062] verifying result...
[12:35:46.062] -- comparing ECU flash memory pages to image file --
[12:35:46.062] seg start len ecu CRC32 img CRC32 same?
[12:35:46.390] FB01 00000000 00004000 320F3ECC 320F3ECC YES
[12:35:46.703] FB02 00004000 00004000 26779743 26779743 YES
[12:35:47.031] FB03 00008000 00004000 D681F4A8 D681F4A8 YES
[12:35:47.343] FB04 0000C000 00004000 76091E52 76091E52 YES
[12:35:47.656] FB05 00010000 00004000 C9F9E561 C9F9E561 YES
[12:35:47.984] FB06 00014000 00004000 06AFCA95 06AFCA95 YES
[12:35:48.296] FB07 00018000 00004000 CA0E2CF1 CA0E2CF1 YES
[12:35:48.625] FB08 0001C000 00004000 17E11F4D 17E11F4D YES
[12:35:48.937] FB09 00028000 00004000 A79E5116 A79E5116 YES
[12:35:49.265] FB10 0002C000 00004000 5C3B48A2 5C3B48A2 YES
[12:35:49.265] flash correct! exiting.
[12:35:49.265] interface close
[12:35:49.281] interface close
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Re: Voltage Too Low

Postby zcivic » Mon Jan 28, 2013 10:05 pm

Dunno if anyone has found a correction to this but it still giving me the same issue. Its kinda upsetting that a 150.00 program can't flash correctly but a freeware one works............
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Re: Voltage Too Low

Postby epifan » Wed Jan 30, 2013 2:00 pm

zcivic wrote:Dunno if anyone has found a correction to this but it still giving me the same issue. Its kinda upsetting that a 150.00 program can't flash correctly but a freeware one works............

I have only one solution: increase allowed voltage. I think it also did in the new ecuflash.
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Re: Voltage Too Low

Postby epifan » Mon Mar 18, 2013 11:35 am

I increased possible voltage range in latest version 3.9.9. Try it
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