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Old 01-27-2017, 04:18 PM   #226
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2014 USDM wrx. Built everything as-advertised (sans a different FDTI widget) and I'm getting the below in my log. The only reference I was able to find with the last lines was on an FT86 forum and it didn't sound too good Only other thing I can think of is that my fluke is telling me my 555 is outputing 230Hz and not 150, despite the values being correct. I guess I don't have a scope to see if it's ACTUALLY at 230 or if its because it's too low a voltage for the fluke to read reliably.

Anyway, got an email into tactrix but I'm assuming because of the long weekend they'll probably be out. Figured I'd toss up something on here and see if anyone knew what was up. thanks all.

Code:
[12:55:21.048] Logging to file C:/Users/John/AppData/Roaming/OpenECU/EcuFlash/logs/ecuflash_log_20160703t125521.txt
[12:55:21.048] EcuFlash Version 1.44.4799
[12:55:21.048] OS Version Windows 8.1
[12:55:21.048] Kernel Type winnt
[12:55:21.048] Kernel Version 6.3.9600
[12:55:21.048] CPU i386
[12:55:21.048] Product Name Windows 8.1
[12:55:21.048] Product Type windows
[12:55:21.048] Product Version 8.1
[12:55:21.048] Qt Version 5.6.0
[12:55:21.048] Qwt Version 6.1.2
[12:55:21.048] QwtPlot3D Version 0.2.6
[12:55:21.048] Boost Version 1.60
[12:55:21.048] FTDI Library Version 3.02.11
[12:55:21.048] Openport J2534 Library Version 1.02.4798
[12:55:21.079] 67 memory models read.
[12:55:21.079] scanning for metadata models in C:/Program Files/OpenECU/EcuFlash/rommetadata
[12:55:21.532] 745 ROM metadata models scanned.
[12:55:21.532] checksum module "subarudbw" loaded.
[12:55:21.532] checksum module "subarudiesel" loaded.
[12:55:21.532] checksum module "subaruhitachi" loaded.
[12:55:21.532] checksum module "mitsucan" loaded.
[12:55:21.532] checksum module "mitsuh8" loaded.
[12:55:21.532] patch module "Subaru CAN Enhanced RAM Parameter Logging" loaded.
[12:55:21.532] patch module "Mitsu CAN RAM Parameter Logging" loaded.
[12:55:21.548] using metadata XML ID read_subarush7058can from file C:/Program Files/OpenECU/EcuFlash/rommetadata/read templates/read_subarush7058can.xml
[12:55:21.610] flashing tool "wrx02" loaded.
[12:55:21.626] flashing tool "wrx04" loaded.
[12:55:21.626] flashing tool "sti04" loaded.
[12:55:21.642] flashing tool "sti05" loaded.
[12:55:21.642] flashing tool "mitsucan" loaded.
[12:55:21.642] flashing tool "mitsukernel" loaded.
[12:55:21.642] flashing tool "mitsukernelocp" loaded.
[12:55:21.642] flashing tool "mitsubootloader" loaded.
[12:55:21.642] flashing tool "shbootmode" loaded.
[12:55:21.642] flashing tool "shaudmode" loaded.
[12:55:21.657] flashing tool "subarucan" loaded.
[12:55:21.657] flashing tool "subarucand" loaded.
[12:55:21.673] flashing tool "subarubrz" loaded.
[12:55:21.673] flashing tool "subaruhitachi" loaded.
[12:55:21.720] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.16
[12:55:21.720] Using interface FT232R USB UART A50285BI
[12:55:21.720] interface close
[12:55:21.782] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.16
[12:55:21.782] Using interface FT232R USB UART A50285BI
[12:55:21.782] interface close
[12:55:21.845] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.16
[12:55:21.845] Using interface FT232R USB UART A50285BI
[12:55:21.845] interface close
[12:55:21.907] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.16
[12:55:21.907] Using interface FT232R USB UART A50285BI
[12:55:21.907] interface close
[12:55:21.970] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.16
[12:55:21.970] Using interface FT232R USB UART A50285BI
[12:55:21.970] interface close
[12:55:22.032] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.16
[12:55:22.032] Using interface FT232R USB UART A50285BI
[12:55:22.032] interface close
[12:55:30.830] opening rom file C:/Users/John/Google Drive/ROMS/USDM_2014_WRX.bin
[12:55:31.158] AE5Q100L (365 tables) inheriting 32BITBASE (1237 tables)
[12:55:31.251] 1048576 byte image read.
[12:55:31.345] using metadata XML ID AE5Q100L from file C:/Program Files/OpenECU/EcuFlash/rommetadata/subaru/Impreza WRX/AE5Q100L 2014 USDM Impreza WRX MT.xml
                which inherits XML ID 32BITBASE from file C:/Program Files/OpenECU/EcuFlash/rommetadata/subaru/Bases/32BITBASE.xml
[12:55:31.345] ---notes for 32BITBASE---
               2014/06/20 [Tactrix] Tactrix definition auto cleaned|merged w/ RomRaiderGitHubAlphaMay2014.
               ---notes for AE5Q100L---
               2014/05/22 [Tactrix] Tactrix definition auto cleaned|merged w/ RomRaiderGitHubAlphaMay2014.
[12:55:36.736] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.16
[12:55:39.033] sending bit rate sync bytes...
[12:55:39.143] received bit rate adjust response
               sending boot command
[12:55:39.659] got boot response
[12:55:39.800] 1 supported device(s):
[12:55:39.800]    1n01 R4F70580S
[12:55:39.800] selecting device 1n01
[12:55:40.034] 1 supported clock mode(s):
[12:55:40.034]    0
[12:55:40.034] selecting clock mode 0
[12:55:40.269] 2 supported clock type(s):
[12:55:40.269] 1 ratios for clock type 1
[12:55:40.269]    x8
[12:55:40.269] 1 ratios for clock type 2
[12:55:40.269]    x2
[12:55:40.394] 2 supported clock frequency range(s):
[12:55:40.394] 1 40000000-80000000
[12:55:40.394] 2 10000000-20000000
[12:55:40.519] 1 user boot MAT area(s):
[12:55:40.519] 1 00000000-00002fff
[12:55:40.628] 1 user MAT area(s):
[12:55:40.628] 1 00000000-000fffff
[12:55:40.753] programming unit is 128
[12:55:40.878] one MAT programming supported at 00000000
[12:55:40.878] setting baud rate to 62500
[12:55:41.128] there are more memory areas in this CPU that will be erased than the ROM file you have has data for. write process aborted.
[12:55:41.128] interface close
Did you ever resolve this issue? Currently in the same boat, built with FTDI 6-wire cable, 555 only verified at 2.4vdc with RMS meter (no access to o-scope). My original issue was after unmarrying an AP V2, I was never able to flash again. Car runs and drives fine, and can log data/reset without issue. Here's my log from ECUflash:
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[15:56:53.905] using metadata XML ID AE5I910L from file C:/Program Files (x86)/OpenECU/EcuFlash/rommetadata/subaru/Impreza WRX/AE5I910L 2011 USDM WRX MT.xml
which inherits XML ID 32BITBASE from file C:/Program Files (x86)/OpenECU/EcuFlash/rommetadata/subaru/Bases/32BITBASE.xml
[15:56:53.905] ---notes for 32BITBASE---
2014/06/20 [Tactrix] Tactrix definition auto cleaned|merged w/ RomRaiderGitHubAlphaMay2014.
---notes for AE5I910L---
2012/11/30 [Tactrix] Experimental definition from RomRaider.
2012/12/05 [Tactrix] Visually examined a portion of tables for obvious errors, but no in-car verification has been done. Standardized file name.
2014/05/22 [Tactrix] Tactrix definition auto cleaned|merged w/ RomRaiderGitHubAlphaMay2014.
[15:57:48.423] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.24
[15:57:50.615] sending bit rate sync bytes...
[15:57:51.473] received bit rate adjust response
sending boot command
[15:57:54.343] received bit rate adjust response
sending boot command
[15:57:58.399] no bit rate adjust response
[15:57:58.399] interface close
[15:58:11.299] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.24
[15:58:16.149] sending bit rate sync bytes...
[15:58:16.273] received bit rate adjust response
sending boot command
[15:58:16.788] got boot response
[15:58:16.913] 1 supported device(s):
[15:58:16.913] 1n01 R4F70580S
[15:58:16.913] selecting device 1n01
[15:58:17.163] 1 supported clock mode(s):
[15:58:17.163] 0
[15:58:17.163] selecting clock mode 0
[15:58:17.397] 2 supported clock type(s):
[15:58:17.397] 1 ratios for clock type 1
[15:58:17.397] x8
[15:58:17.397] 1 ratios for clock type 2
[15:58:17.397] x2
[15:58:17.521] 2 supported clock frequency range(s):
[15:58:17.521] 1 40000000-80000000
[15:58:17.521] 2 10000000-20000000
[15:58:17.631] 1 user boot MAT area(s):
[15:58:17.631] 1 00000000-00002fff
[15:58:17.755] 1 user MAT area(s):
[15:58:17.755] 1 00000000-000fffff
[15:58:17.865] programming unit is 128
[15:58:17.989] one MAT programming supported at 00000000
[15:58:17.989] setting baud rate to 62500
[15:58:18.255] query complete
[15:58:18.255] interface close
[15:58:27.971] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.24
[15:58:30.699] sending bit rate sync bytes...
[15:58:31.026] no bit rate adjust response
[15:58:31.026] interface close
[15:58:44.152] FTDI Driver Version 2.12.24
[15:58:47.249] sending bit rate sync bytes...
[15:58:47.374] received bit rate adjust response
sending boot command
[15:58:47.888] got boot response
[15:58:48.013] 1 supported device(s):
[15:58:48.013] 1n01 R4F70580S
[15:58:48.013] selecting device 1n01
[15:58:48.263] 1 supported clock mode(s):
[15:58:48.263] 0
[15:58:48.263] selecting clock mode 0
[15:58:48.512] 2 supported clock type(s):
[15:58:48.512] 1 ratios for clock type 1
[15:58:48.512] x8
[15:58:48.512] 1 ratios for clock type 2
[15:58:48.512] x2
[15:58:48.622] 2 supported clock frequency range(s):
[15:58:48.622] 1 40000000-80000000
[15:58:48.622] 2 10000000-20000000
[15:58:48.746] 1 user boot MAT area(s):
[15:58:48.746] 1 00000000-00002fff
[15:58:48.871] 1 user MAT area(s):
[15:58:48.871] 1 00000000-000fffff
[15:58:48.980] programming unit is 128
[15:58:49.105] one MAT programming supported at 00000000
[15:58:49.105] setting baud rate to 62500
[15:58:49.370] there are more memory areas in this CPU that will be erased than the ROM file you have has data for. write process aborted.
[15:58:49.370] interface close
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Old 01-27-2017, 04:49 PM   #227
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Did you ever resolve this issue? Currently in the same boat, built with FTDI 6-wire cable, 555 only verified at 2.4vdc with RMS meter (no access to o-scope). My original issue was after unmarrying an AP V2, I was never able to flash again. Car runs and drives fine, and can log data/reset without issue. Here's my log from ECUflash:
Negative mate, sorry. I've still got the ECU pigeonholed away in a box for future fiddling but for the time being I found a good used ECU on flebay and had a local dealership reprogram the immobilizer.
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Old 04-03-2017, 11:52 PM   #228
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Someone can help me with powering a STI 2015 ECU (SH7058)
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Old 04-04-2017, 11:22 AM   #229
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i would like to know if a 0.6w 47.5Kohms 1% will work? or will i need 1w or more?
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Old 04-05-2017, 11:44 PM   #230
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"there are more memory areas in this CPU that will be erased than the ROM file you have has data for. write process aborted."


*** Use Renesas FDT and write the ROM on the User Area

https://www.renesas.com/pt-br/software/D3017335.html

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Old 04-10-2017, 11:01 AM   #231
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"there are more memory areas in this CPU that will be erased than the ROM file you have has data for. write process aborted."


*** Use Renesas FDT and write the ROM on the User Area

https://www.renesas.com/pt-br/software/D3017335.html

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Old 04-10-2017, 12:31 PM   #232
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I'll have to check that out, I don't recall doing anything specific to try and flash via FDT, just clicked through the program as it was set up.

Thanks!
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:07 PM   #233
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Need to recover my 05 LGT ecu as well. Anyone that can help.
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Old 10-02-2017, 05:24 PM   #234
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Im ready to give this a shot on my 05 STI as the ecu has to be locked up. My car has the immobilizer, would flashing with the Shboot method require me to have the immobilizer portion reprogrammed? Does the ecu store that data in whats being force flashed over?
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Old 10-02-2017, 06:45 PM   #235
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Im ready to give this a shot on my 05 STI as the ecu has to be locked up. My car has the immobilizer, would flashing with the Shboot method require me to have the immobilizer portion reprogrammed? Does the ecu store that data in whats being force flashed over?

I haven't had any issues with immobilizers on all of the ECUs that I've done. It's just overwriting the engine parameters, nothing to do with the immobilizer.
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Old 10-03-2017, 03:22 PM   #236
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I haven't had any issues with immobilizers on all of the ECUs that I've done. It's just overwriting the engine parameters, nothing to do with the immobilizer.
Awesome man. Thanks. Wanted to make sure I didn't back myself into paying a tow bill to get it to the dealer lol. I decided to try purchasing an adjustable ne555 board and using my usb uart I already had to test on a spare ecu I have before flashing my presumed locked one in the car now. Will report the results!
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Old 10-04-2017, 05:49 PM   #237
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Noah,

So today I got it all wired to the ECU and did a test flash on my spare ECU. Here is the log.

Flash Development Toolkit and flash programming components
are provided without support

OS: Windows 10 (Windows 8) [Admin]
Disconnecting
Disconnected

Clock Frequency (External) = 10.0000MHz, Clock Mode = 0, CKM = 4, and CKP = 2
Connecting to device 'SH/7058F' on 'COM4'
Configuration:
'BOOT Mode' connection - using emulated interface
Opening port 'COM4' ...
Loading Comms DLL
Loaded Comms DLL
Initiating BOOT SCI sequence
Attempting 9600
Received immediate response from device: 0xE6
Detected generic boot device
Sending inquiry for getting line size
Buffer size has been set to default (128 bytes)
Sending selection of device command
Selection of Device - Device selected, code 0601
Sending selection of clock mode
Sending selection of clock mode
Selection of Clock Mode - Clock selected, code 0
Changing baud rate to 57600 bps
Set baud rate value = 57600
Determining block usage
Connection complete
Processing file :"C:\Users\Anon\Desktop\A2ZJB10J.bin"
Loading image file : 'C:\Users\Anon\Desktop\A2ZJB10J.bin'
Operation on User Flash
Loaded the Write operation module
Writing image to device... [0x00000000 - 0x00000E7F]
Writing image to device... [0x00000F80 - 0x00001F7F]
Writing image to device... [0x00001F80 - 0x0007B07F]
Writing image to device... [0x000C0000 - 0x000CADFF]
Writing image to device... [0x000CAE00 - 0x000CD6FF]
Writing image to device... [0x000FFA80 - 0x000FFAFF]
Writing image to device... [0x000FFB80 - 0x000FFFFF]
Data programmed at the following positions:
0x00000000 - 0x00000E7F Length : 0x00000E80
0x00000F80 - 0x00001F7F Length : 0x00001000
0x00001F80 - 0x0007B07F Length : 0x00079100
0x000C0000 - 0x000CADFF Length : 0x0000AE00
0x000CAE00 - 0x000CD6FF Length : 0x00002900
0x000FFA80 - 0x000FFAFF Length : 0x00000080
0x000FFB80 - 0x000FFFFF Length : 0x00000480
546.88 K programmed in 106 seconds
Image written to device
Disconnecting
Disconnected



Does everything look ok here? Seemed quick compared to the OP's post. I noticed some differences in his vs my log. Wondering if thats because my ECU had the 7058 chip?

Just wanted to be sure of myself and my setup before attempting the ECU I believe is locked in my car now.

I was using a purchased Adjustable NE555 device that I set to 125-150 HZ and checked with my Fluke 77 IV multimeter on AC HZ mode, And my USB UART
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Noah,

So today I got it all wired to the ECU and did a test flash on my spare ECU. Here is the log.

Flash Development Toolkit and flash programming components
are provided without support

OS: Windows 10 (Windows 8) [Admin]
Disconnecting
Disconnected

Clock Frequency (External) = 10.0000MHz, Clock Mode = 0, CKM = 4, and CKP = 2
Connecting to device 'SH/7058F' on 'COM4'
Configuration:
'BOOT Mode' connection - using emulated interface
Opening port 'COM4' ...
Loading Comms DLL
Loaded Comms DLL
Initiating BOOT SCI sequence
Attempting 9600
Received immediate response from device: 0xE6
Detected generic boot device
Sending inquiry for getting line size
Buffer size has been set to default (128 bytes)
Sending selection of device command
Selection of Device - Device selected, code 0601
Sending selection of clock mode
Sending selection of clock mode
Selection of Clock Mode - Clock selected, code 0
Changing baud rate to 57600 bps
Set baud rate value = 57600
Determining block usage
Connection complete
Processing file :"C:\Users\Anon\Desktop\A2ZJB10J.bin"
Loading image file : 'C:\Users\Anon\Desktop\A2ZJB10J.bin'
Operation on User Flash
Loaded the Write operation module
Writing image to device... [0x00000000 - 0x00000E7F]
Writing image to device... [0x00000F80 - 0x00001F7F]
Writing image to device... [0x00001F80 - 0x0007B07F]
Writing image to device... [0x000C0000 - 0x000CADFF]
Writing image to device... [0x000CAE00 - 0x000CD6FF]
Writing image to device... [0x000FFA80 - 0x000FFAFF]
Writing image to device... [0x000FFB80 - 0x000FFFFF]
Data programmed at the following positions:
0x00000000 - 0x00000E7F Length : 0x00000E80
0x00000F80 - 0x00001F7F Length : 0x00001000
0x00001F80 - 0x0007B07F Length : 0x00079100
0x000C0000 - 0x000CADFF Length : 0x0000AE00
0x000CAE00 - 0x000CD6FF Length : 0x00002900
0x000FFA80 - 0x000FFAFF Length : 0x00000080
0x000FFB80 - 0x000FFFFF Length : 0x00000480
546.88 K programmed in 106 seconds
Image written to device

Disconnecting
Disconnected



Does everything look ok here? Seemed quick compared to the OP's post. I noticed some differences in his vs my log. Wondering if thats because my ECU had the 7058 chip?

Just wanted to be sure of myself and my setup before attempting the ECU I believe is locked in my car now.

I was using a purchased Adjustable NE555 device that I set to 125-150 HZ and checked with my Fluke 77 IV multimeter on AC HZ mode, And my USB UART

If you've made it to the highlighted section, you're good to go. The 2004 STI uses the SH 7055 chip, all revisions after 2004 used the 7058 chip so no worries. It looks like you flashed a 2005 STI ROM on to your ECU. If that's correct and it matches your car, plug it in and make sure your car starts.
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Old 10-06-2017, 01:17 AM   #239
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If you've made it to the highlighted section, you're good to go. The 2004 STI uses the SH 7055 chip, all revisions after 2004 used the 7058 chip so no worries. It looks like you flashed a 2005 STI ROM on to your ECU. If that's correct and it matches your car, plug it in and make sure your car starts.
Looks like I'll be trying this on my actual ecu in the car (attempted my first flash on my spare ecu just so I didn't leave the car dead in the water). The car came with a spare ecu which wasnt programmed to the immobilizer. My car is an 05 STI so correct I have the 7058 chip. Will post back my results tomorrow! Setup was honestly super easy with a $5 555 adjustable timing board and the $3-5 UART being I have a multimeter than could read hz
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Old 10-12-2017, 08:13 PM   #240
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Old 10-13-2017, 01:17 PM   #241
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Looks like I'll be trying this on my actual ecu in the car (attempted my first flash on my spare ecu just so I didn't leave the car dead in the water). The car came with a spare ecu which wasnt programmed to the immobilizer. My car is an 05 STI so correct I have the 7058 chip. Will post back my results tomorrow! Setup was honestly super easy with a $5 555 adjustable timing board and the $3-5 UART being I have a multimeter than could read hz

IT WORKED! Successfully flashed my 05 STI ECU and was able to pull the rom with ECU Flash after.
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Old 01-19-2018, 02:34 PM   #242
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Hi Franko ! nice too meet you i readed your post.
I brick the ECU too but mine is different i attached the link

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Sy...DYiW3ZKd5429p-

so if you know about recovery this ECU i willl very grateful.
thanks for your time
Seb

PD: i cant create a post because im newbie
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Old 04-12-2018, 10:27 AM   #243
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Looks like I'll be trying this on my 05 sti as my laptop decided mid flash to get confused. It may be a blessing in disguise as i found an issue with the ecu circuit board (probably my original issue) I'll have to take care of first, if even possible. Anyone familiar with what this component is?....


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Looks like I'll be trying this on my 05 sti as my laptop decided mid flash to get confused. It may be a blessing in disguise as i found an issue with the ecu circuit board (probably my original issue) I'll have to take care of first, if even possible. Anyone familiar with what this component is?....


From the label looks to be a diode. Can you read any of the text on the top of the component or is it too toasty?
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From the label looks to be a diode. Can you read any of the text on the top of the component or is it too toasty?
"D5" is what I make out too. Diode.
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It's definitely a diode. Looking at a similar ECU board we have here, your cooked component is labeled D505 on the board and D4 3G on the component itself. Nearby (13/16" away) D808 on the board uses the same D4 3G labeled diode. I've been trying to find some schematic info we have here somewhere to see if I can figure out the other details so you can source a replacement but I haven't been able to dig that up yet. If you don't have any luck by Friday, I might have some help here that day that can get it figured out for you.

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I've seen some people who have created a plug for all the wires soldered onto the board, and I'd love to do similar in case I slaughter my ECU again, but I'm curious as to how that works if you ground out P413?

Would appreciate if anyone could explain that.


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I didn't get notifications that there was any response to this thread. Thanks so much for the input people, I thought it looked like a diode but I wouldn't really know. I definitely would like to move towards looking into this. In the meantime I got an 04 STi ECU and rewired the appropriate pinouts.....and it looks like the ECU is locked. Mike I may have talked to you via email. Anyways, I'll be unbricking one way or the other.

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I didn't get notifications that there was any response to this thread. Thanks so much for the input people, I thought it looked like a diode but I wouldn't really know. I definitely would like to move towards looking into this. In the meantime I got an 04 STi ECU and rewired the appropriate pinouts.....and it looks like the ECU is locked. Mike I may have talked to you via email. Anyways, I'll be unbricking one way or the other.

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I seem to recall an 05STI ecu would not work on an 04 due to chip in key on the 05.

I would definitely try to look at any printing on the top of the diode to see what part it is to replace before trying to unbrick.
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Actually that was my original ecu, I have an 05. There are about 6 different wires to move to make the 04 work per the pinouts. So to clarify, the 05 ecu is burnt, the 04 from the scrap yard appears to be locked.
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