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Old 08-18-2007, 09:02 PM   #1
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Default There aren't green jumper connectors under dash of 06 STi are there ?

I'm prettty sure that's not the source of the error that i get when trying to read ECU's stock ROM image, but figured i'd ask...

Steps I'm following :
1. Connect cable to car and laptop.
2. OPen ECU flash.
3. CLick "read ecu"
4. Select proper car.
5. Click read.
6. Turn ignition to on when prompted, and quickly clicking okay.
7. Recieve error message, back in a min.

OKAY the error code is :
SSM2 validating kernal ram area addr: FFFF3000 len:0C98
WTF?


If you see a big prob so far , let me know...
Thanks -
Joe
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Old 08-18-2007, 09:16 PM   #2
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there are green jumpers on an 06 sti. that is why you cannot read your map.
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Old 08-18-2007, 10:26 PM   #3
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hi welcome to "reading things owns you" land, joe -
population - ME.

thanks Welding Hank.
You sir are rock and roll...

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Old 08-20-2007, 03:55 PM   #4
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lol.. you get it workin bro?
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Old 08-20-2007, 06:03 PM   #5
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After i got a friend who's NOT color blind and who wasn't exhausted after TBE install (*which was a PITA, one of the DP flange bolts was crossthreaded or galled from factory, so we had to cut it ... and i'm anal about how ish get done - everything was protected from metal chips*) to look under the dash - we were rolling.

I took some logs from about 30 miles after the XPT stg 2 reflash (giving the ecu time to recover from it's concussion so to speak...) and have posted them on the XPT owners section at osecu roms.

I'm taking it easier than normal on the car untill i have more time to look at the logs and properly aquaint myself with exactly what's happening. All the theoretical tuning knowledge i can absorb cant compare with actual Logging, Discussing, tweaking, etc. Would you mind if I emailed you a few logs tonight to take a a look at? I'll include my comments on what i think needs to be done...

On a side note, My cousin who spent the entire summer at a fishing camp in Cooper Landing, AK said that it was the most mind blowing experience of his life. He urged all of us in houston to leave the "cesspool" as he called it
Apparently you work in a beautiful state...(not knocking Katy, but i meant AK).


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