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Old 03-15-2013, 02:54 AM   #1
mack519
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2006 WRX TR

Default Need someone with tactrix 2.0 to opensource Force Ready Check Monitor for me

So I need to do aircare and WRX has been sitting for ages, the battery gave out on it and the ECU reset. I cant drive it around 500km to make it pass these checks automatically so i need to opensource it force it to say ready for the OBD2 scan.

I have a tactrix 1.3 cable but it doesn't work worth **** due to some bullcrap driver errors, ive tried everything to make it work. Ive given up on it.

Anyways, I know there is someone out there with a tactrix 2.0 cable and some opensource experience that would be willing to do it for some beer/money.

Let me know, Im desperate.
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Old 03-15-2013, 03:15 AM   #2
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So I need to do aircare and WRX has been sitting for ages, the battery gave out on it and the ECU reset. I cant drive it around 500km to make it pass these checks automatically so i need to opensource it force it to say ready for the OBD2 scan.

I have a tactrix 1.3 cable but it doesn't work worth **** due to some bullcrap driver errors, ive tried everything to make it work. Ive given up on it.

Anyways, I know there is someone out there with a tactrix 2.0 cable and some opensource experience that would be willing to do it for some beer/money.

Let me know, Im desperate.
IIRC a tactrix 1.3 cable is completely capable of doing everything including flashing up till 2007.

Only the 2008 + need 2.0 for flashing/reading ROMs.

Maybe it's something else? I didn't even know you could FORCE them to be ready.
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Old 03-15-2013, 03:36 AM   #3
mack519
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I think I got my 1.3 cable to work. Had to reformat my macbook to win xp, install ecuflash drivers 1.29a. I was able to read my ECU ROM. Im going to do a test write to my ecu tomorrow to verify that its capable of what I need it to do.
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