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PostPosted: Sat 10 Mar - 03:56 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

What happen with this? What features ended up available?

I found my answer on a different thread. Still no service reset.
 


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PostPosted: Wed 2 May - 19:02 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

I haven't done any further PID tests since November. I don't fire up my bikes while they are laid up for the winter. Now that the SS is back in use I can do some more but it may be more useful to wait until there is a service light on. I believe that it should show a service due after 12 months as well as every 9,000 miles.

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PostPosted: Wed 2 May - 19:39 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

you tested with the last app ?

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PostPosted: Thu 3 May - 12:44 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

I now have the most recent version installed. I haven't yet recorded any PIDs but as a result of installing a Termi system I had an error relating to the exhaust valve. The Torque Lite app showed this as DTC error P4075 which means "Exhaust Pressure Control Valve Malfunction" which makes sense.
But Melcodiag shows the two errors in the screenshot below - "Torque steering sensor" and "Power steering motor" ???




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PostPosted: Thu 3 May - 15:41 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

Here are a few more debug files.


Melcodiag V 1.0.5.4
Mileage = 3697 miles = 5950 km
Air temp = 9ºC


Debug 1 - Engine off, throttle closed
Melco displays Air Temp = -40º


"File generated On 03/05/2018 14:56:32"
"Software version 1.0.5.4"
"ELM version : ELM327 v1.5"


"Auto Detect Bike = SuperSport 939"
"User Bike = SS939 2017"


"CAN Bike = "
"Main ecu is not detected"
"BBS ecu is not detected"
"DashBoard ecu is detected"
"Ecu = UUUUU"
"Hardw = ìA2C"
"Softw = 95514431"
"OilService = NO"
"DesmoService = NO"


"
9 PIDS active founds


188 : 8001800180010837
022 : 000000000003F849
023 : 0000005480010891
024 : 0000000000000644
080 : 2102100305200652
018 : 0002A00040C04AE6
019 : 9609600000000A01
020 : 0040501000000BC1
100 : C812008000000644
"
"Vin = ZDMVA00AAHB003343"
"DTC =  0258000000000000"
"6CE25D08"


Debug 2 - Engine off, throttle wide open


"File generated On 03/05/2018 15:03:55"
"Software version 1.0.5.4"
"ELM version : ELM327 v1.5"


"Auto Detect Bike = SuperSport 939"
"User Bike = SS939 2017"


"CAN Bike = "
"Main ecu is not detected"
"BBS ecu is detected"
"DashBoard ecu is detected"
"Ecu = UUUUUUUUUU"
"Hardw = ìA2C"
"Softw = 95514431"
"OilService = NO"
"DesmoService = NO"


"
11 PIDS active founds


024 : 0000000000000C96
080 : 2102100305200C80
120 : 42027A349C000EA4
200 : 0000000000000EAC
020 : 0040501000000113
100 : C812004000000C37
188 : 8001800180010F64
022 : 000000000003FF1A
023 : 0000005480010FC2
018 : 0002A00040C04034
019 : 96096000000001CE
"
"Vin = ZDMVA00AAHB003343"
"DTC =  0258000000000000"
"6CE25D08"


Debug 3, engine running approx 1300 rpm, Temp "Lo", 
Melco displays rpm = -24561, APS 43


"File generated On 03/05/2018 15:04:50"
"Software version 1.0.5.4"
"ELM version : ELM327 v1.5"


"Auto Detect Bike = SuperSport 939"
"User Bike = SS939 2017"


"CAN Bike = "
"Main ecu is not detected"
"BBS ecu is detected"
"DashBoard ecu is detected"
"Ecu = UUUUUUUUUU"
"Hardw = ìA2C"
"Softw = 95514431"
"OilService = NO"
"DesmoService = NO"


"
11 PIDS active founds


024 : 0000000000000C96
080 : 2102100305200C80
120 : 42027A349C000EA4
200 : 0000000000000EAC
020 : 0040501000000113
100 : C812004000000C37
188 : 8001800180010F64
022 : 000000000003FF1A
023 : 0000005480010FC2
018 : 0002A00040C04034
019 : 96096000000001CE
"
"Vin = ZDMVA00AAHB003343"
"DTC =  0258000000000000"
"6CE25D08"


Debug 4 - engine running approx 1300 rpm, temp 67ºC




"File generated On 03/05/2018 15:07:00"
"Software version 1.0.5.4"
"ELM version : ELM327 v1.5"


"Auto Detect Bike = SuperSport 939"
"User Bike = SS939 2017"


"CAN Bike = "
"Main ecu is not detected"
"BBS ecu is detected"
"DashBoard ecu is detected"
"Ecu = UUUUUUUUUU"
"Hardw = ìA2CìA2C"
"Softw = 9551443195514431"
"OilService = NO"
"DesmoService = NO"


"
10 PIDS active founds


100 : C81204C000000E8D
188 : 8001800180010837
022 : 000000000003F849
023 : 0000005480010891
018 : 0002A00040C04767
019 : 960960000000083B
024 : 00020A8C00003F33
080 : 2B92B80300A00FAE
020 : 0040500000000665
240 : 0000012D000B58DD
"
"Vin = ZDMVA00AAHB003343"
"DTC =  0258000000000000 NO DATA"
"6CE25D08"


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PostPosted: Thu 3 May - 20:13 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

now i add an option that should make it easier on 1.0.5.4
you can use this part
1 choose a pid in the list 
2 click on it to pass it blue
3 tick monitor





then you can play with throttle and check if numbers react to the throttle
you can try it for all pid in the list


same for temp , rpm etc ..


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PostPosted: Thu 3 May - 20:19 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

Which PID refers to which parameter? Or have I got to work that out too? 

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PostPosted: Thu 3 May - 20:21 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

this is what you have to found Very Happy
pid that found the software are available is the list of this menu




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PostPosted: Thu 3 May - 22:30 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

I'll try but it could take a while Smile

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PostPosted: Wed 9 May - 07:40 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

Gents, Winter is over for the northern hemisphere. Is there anything available for the service warning. Is it in the dashboard ECU or the Main ECU. I think it might well be in the dashboard ECU. 

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PostPosted: Wed 9 May - 14:51 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

I managed to carry it a few tests today but the only thing I have established is that PID 024 shows the throttle position (APS) and the PID 080 shows the RPM.
I couldn't find a PID that changed with engine temperature.


Communication indicated with BBS and Dash ECUs.


Mileage shown as 1505 Km, actual mileage is 3701 Miles (5956 km)


Melcodiag shows air temp = -40ºC, actual temp = 13ºC


Engine temp shown as -40ºC when actual temp = 13ºC but when engine temp is 68ºC Melco shows it as -36ºC


RPM at engine off shows as -24573 but at higher rpm (approx 2,500) the number only changes by a few digits.


Active tests: Fan and exhaust valve work OK. No others. Fuel quantity shown is approx correct.


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PostPosted: Wed 9 May - 15:58 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

Great  Exclamation did you write the bytes corresponding to Aps and rpm ??

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PostPosted: Wed 9 May - 16:20 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

I'll do that tomorrow. APS is easy but RPM more difficult. The revcounter doesn't give a very accurate reading and for all the PIDs the last 3 digits continually change even when nothing is happening. I suppose that is just electrical noise.

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PostPosted: Wed 9 May - 17:05 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

Or a kind of counter
Just check if it’s moving when engine is off as well
Also There is few more pid elm cannot show you cause elm buffer get filled quickly
So probably temps ones are in low rate pid and buffer don’t have time to catch it before it get full.
It’d be worth to try an other elm to see if it can catch more pid than this one



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PostPosted: Thu 10 May - 15:38 (2018)    Post subject: M3D ECUs Reply with quote

With throttle fully closed PID 024 reads 000000000000117 to 000000000000FB1
With throttle fully open   PID 024 reads C800000000000A7 to C80000000000F1C


At engine stop PID 080 reads 2102100305200AA9 to 2102100305200C80


With engine running the PID 080 value changes too much too quickly to write the down so I tried to capture reports, one at 1300 rpm idle and another at 3,500 rpm
but I got the same value of 240346030520007E at both engine speeds which can't be right.


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