PCMtuner MODULE 53 Infineon Tricore BSL Tutorials

PCMTuner module 53 is for qualified users only and requires access to the ECU pcb and in some cases the soldering of additional components. The work is performed in bench mode (BUT ECU disassembling is required).

PCMtuner MODULE 53 Support List:

The module 53 supports many ECU’s with the TC1724, TC1728, TC1736, TC1738, TC1762, TC1766, TC1767, TC1782, TC1792, TC1793, TC1796, TC1797 and TC1798 microcontrollers of Bosch, Siemens / Continental and Delphi ECUs.

The password can be read from SIM2K-24x, Ford EMS22XX, Ford SID20X, Bosch, Bosch GPT ECUs.

The opens to possibilities to MANY ecus not supported by other modules. Compatibility

TC1762/TC1766 MICRO (1504KB)

TC1762/TC1766 EEPROM (32KB)

TC1792/TC1796 MICRO (2048KB)

TC1796 MICRO+EXT (4096KB/6144KB)

TC1796 EXT (2048KB/4096KB)

TC1792 EEPROM (64KB)

TC1796 EEPROM (128KB)

TC1736 MICRO (1024KB)

TC1736 EEPROM (32KB)

TC1738/TC1767 MICRO (2048KB)

TC1738/TC1767 EEPROM (64KB)

TC1797 MICRO (4096KB)

TC1797 EEPROM (64KB)

TC1797 MICRO+EXT (6144KB/8192KB)

TC1797 EXT (2048KB/4096KB)

TC1724/TC1728 MICRO (1536KB)

TC1724/TC1728 EEPROM (64KB)

TC1782/TC1784 MICRO (2560KB)

TC1782/TC1784 EEPROM (128KB) TC1791/TC1793 MICRO (4096KB) TC1791/TC1793 EEPROM (192KB)

TC1791/TC1793 MICRO+EXT (6144KB/8192KB)

TC1791/TC1793 EXT (2048KB/4096KB)

Delphi MT86 EEPROM (16KB)

Delphi CRD3.1 EEPROM (32KB)

Tested ECUs

Bosch

VAG MED17.1 TC1796

VAG MED17.1.1 TC1796

VAG MED17.1.6 TC1797

Ford MED17.2 TC1767 TPROT7

Ford MED17.2 TC1767 GPT

BMW MEVD17.2.4 TC1797 GPT BMW MEVD17.2.9 TC1797 GPT VAG MED17.5 TC1766

VAG MED17.5.5 TC1766

VAG MED17.5.5 TC1766 GPT

VAG MED17.5.5 TC1767 GPT

VAG MED17.5.21 TC1782 GPT

VAG ME17.5.26 TC1724 GPT

MB MED17.7.1 TC1797 TPROT7

MB MED17.7.2 TC1797 GPT

PSA MED17.4.4

China ME17.8.8 TC1728

K/H MEDG17.9.8 TC1767

VAZ ME17.9.7 TC1762

K/H ME17.9.11 TC1762

K/H ME17.9.13 TC1762

UAZ ME17.9.71 TC1724

BMW EDC17CP02 TC1766 TPROT3 PSA EDC17C10 TC1797 TPROT7 PSA EDC17C60 .

MB EDC17CP10 TC1796+EXT

K/H EDC17CP14 TC1796 TPROT3 K/H EDC17CP14 TC1796 TPROT11 VAG EDC17CP14 TC1796

VAG EDC17CP14 TC1796+EXT

VAG EDC17CP14 TC1796+EXT GPT VAG EDC17CP20 TC1796

BMW EDC17C41 TC1797 GPT

VAG EDC17CP44 TC1797 TPROT8+ VAG EDC17C46 TC1767 TPROT8+ VAG EDC17C46 TC1767 GPT

MB EDC17CP46 TC1797 GPT Volvo EDC17CP48 TC1797 GPT

Iveco EDC17C49 TC1797

Iveco EDC17CP52 TC1797

K/H EDC17C53 TC1767 TPROT8+ VAG EDC17C54 TC1797 TPROT8+

BAW EDC17CV54 TC1767

BMW EDC17C56 TC1797 GPT

K/H EDC17C57 TC1793F TPROT8+

MB EDC17CP57 TC1793 GPT

GM EDC17C59 TC1767 GPT

VAG EDC17C64 TC1797 GPT

VAG EDC17C74 TC1793 GPT

Siemens / Continental

K/H SIM2K-241 TC1767

Ford SID208/SID209 TC1797

Ford EMS2204/EMS2211 TC1738 JLR SID208

Delphi

GM MT-60 TC1766

China MT-80 TC1762

GM MT-80 TC1762

K/H MT-86 TC1766

MB CRD 3.10 TC1797

CRD3/CRD3P

PCMtuner MODULE 53 Operation Tutorials:

For our example we are going to Read and write both Flash memory and EEPROM from a Delphi CRD3.10 in this case, the ecu is from a 2012 Mercedes C250 blue efficiency model, a car not on our current module list.

With a little research we can find

1. ECM type and specifications
2. ECM pinouts
3. boot loader connections for pcb
Processor type TC1797
Password: Not implemented
Eeprom external

 

Step 1.
We need to dismantle the ECU in order to access the PCB to enable
us to place the ecu in boot mode so that we can read/write.
First we remove the screws from the ecu case.

Next, using a heat gun, we gently heat the edges of the ECU lid to
help loosen the bonding material, whilst gently prying the lid. Care
must be taken not to use excessive heat or force!!

After removing the Lid we now have access to the ECU’s pcb.

Closer inspection of the processor shows it to be a tricore 1797

Now we must prepare the PCB for boot mode. Below are just some of the Schematics available via online resources on how to place this ecu into BSL or boot mode. Some
some will show connections for resistors to be soldered. These type are usually our last resort if we cannot use our boot and cnf cables.

Others may show the Labels L and H

and others BOOT and CNF1

L = Boot H = CNF1 which also relate to the cables on PCMtuner bench wires with crocodile clips.

In order to connect to the points shown we can use pen probes (recommended ) or we can solder leads directly to these points that are usually pads, vias or IC pins.

With our PCMtuner interface NOT powered, we can connect or bench cable to the ECU

And connect our BOOT and CNF1 to the appropriate leads or Probe pens on the PCB

Step 2.
Power on our PCMtuner hardware, open PCMflash, and select module 53 TC1797 Micro (4096kb) Our Micro is where our flash memory containing maps etc is located.

Next we click on Identification to ensure our connections and selection is correct :-

If you cannot ID then please check all connections to PCB, check ECU pinouts, or, in some cases you may have to revert to a diagram that shows boot and cnf connections as resistors rather than a physical connection to your bench cable.

Next we click on Read, We will be asked to select password, in this ECU case we specify that it is not implemented.

When read is complete we will be asked to save the file

click save…

Now we will read our eeprom. In the case of this particular ECU its is an external Ic, so we select the option via MODULE 53>>external eeprom>>Delphi CRD3.1 eeprom

Again, click Identification..then read

and again save on the computer when done

To write a file to flash, we select our micro and click the file selection box

we then choose the file we wish to write…..

On this Particular ECU we must do our checksum before in our file editor as this automatic checksum function is not implemented.

So we click yes……

For our ECU we must select ‘other (no crc checks) in the first drop down box. Password is Auto (as not used on this ecu) ‘use write optimizations’ is unchecked. This means the full flash file
is written. If checked, only changes in the file will be written to Flash – We then click OK

Sit back, have a beer and wait on your latest masterpiece being written to the ECU

If all goes to plan….Successful write!!!

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