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27/09/2018

How to use TIS2000 for Saab (TIS2008-2) for Tech 2

For anyone happy using TIS2000 for Saab (TIS2008-2) follow these steps:

First, get your hands on a Tech 2 handset, CANDI and cables etc. Make sure you are confident that your serial connections are good.

1. You will need a TIS2000 USB key and patch for activation (can be bought for little money or sourced elsewhere)

2. Download and install TIS2000 for GM/NAO. You may be prompted to install the USB key – just follow the steps. When finished, don’t run the TIS2000 program.

3. Download Saab TIS2008-2. Insert into same physical/virtual CD drive you installed the TIS2000 GM from (drive letter needs to be the same).

4. Launch TIS2000 from desktop icon/start menu

5. TIS2000 should detect available update (Saab TIS-2008). OK this and let it run.

6. If you haven’t installed the USB key and patch do this now.

7. Launch TIS2000 and click on SPS or security access to ensure it works

8. Enjoy!

I believe this will allow re-programming of models up to 2008 only, so if you have a later model, you’ll probably need GlobalTIS.

If you’ve bought a clone Tech 2 unit I’d recommend throwing away the supplied flat RJ45/ethernet cable and replacing it with a standard ethernet cable (not cross-over) as mine was faulty and caused many headaches! The correct pin-out is provided by the RJ45 to D9 adaptor. For those interested, only pins 4 and 5 on the RJ45 socket are used (TX/RX).

 

IMPORTANT:

You may well have a couple of issues getting the software running initially. If your web browser refuses to connect to the TIS2Web service, it’s likely that one of the two GlobalTIS services are not running. To fix this, open the ‘services’ console either by

Start>Run and type “services.msc”

OR

Right-click ‘My Computer” select ‘Manage’ and drill down to the services icon on the left pane.

There are two services that should be running and they’ve got obvious names, something like GlobalTIS and TC6 (not near my TIS PC at the moment) and sit next to each other in the services list. In the information pane they should say ‘started’. If not, right-click and select ‘start’. If this fails with an error, try modifying the registry key below.

To open registry editor Start>Run regedit BE CAREFUL MODIFYING THE REGISTRY – YOU CAN REALLY SCREW YOUR PC UP!!!!!

In the left pane, expand the keys until you find the following

HKLMSoftwareApache Software FoundationProcrun2.0Global TISTC6ParametersJavaJvmMx

Change the value of this key from 0X0000044 to 0X00000200 and exit the registry. Try to restart the service – you should find it now works. Don’t ask me why, I got this fix from another forum – fair play to the guy who found it.

Hope this helps someone!

26/09/2018

Ford IDS 111 Full Download and How to install

Here is the full dl for the latest Ford IDS 111.01 and Ford IDS 110.01 and 110.06/ 110.07

plus all the patches and extensions drivers etc.

including 86 and the additional necessary files.

Mazda 2.3.58.7FRD

FordExtendProgr

IDS Patch 86

IDS 86.01 full

IDS 107.01 full

Mazda ids password

calfiles

IDS Patch

IDS 110.01 full

IDS 110.07

IDS 111.01 full

VX Driver VCMII 2.2.0.1510

TM100 Key Programmer

cal 91

C98 database - install connected to internet - will download automatically

Taken from

http://blog.obdexpress.co.uk/2018/09/06/ford-ids-110-down...

Full 110.01

https://mega.nz/#F!AEcHyAZY!kvD6hf2ACY7Y-qGE74jebQ

110.01 & cal 91 native install 2018

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1fzkGAeS5wOhRp6kR0... https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B3KtUv2Zp7MfN1dnR...

Video install help

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gJ1yKgtWFgh0BmqF8JaZNXLA...

Install online  110.07 direct link - you can change the name of the file at the end forever for the latest version http://www.fordservicecontent.com/Ford_Content/IDS/Softwa...

Pulled directly from here

https://www.fordtechservice.dealerconnection.com/vdirs/wd...

Example - so on 9-12-2018 - You can grab 111.01 direct **** They changed the link structure a little ***** 111.01 full- https://www.fordtechservice.dealerconnection.com/vdirs/wd...

 

 

All the current patches etc are in the files above.

Note: Latest VCI Manager/ FPG v2.4.73.53 included in install.

HOW TO INSTALL Ford IDS 111.01:

important:

Run all as admin and turn antivirus off to bypass any install issues (or not, its up to you)

1. Install 86 before changing the date to 1/7/2015

- keep the date until you finish step 5

2. install patch, option 2

3. WIn back of system (optional)

4. Open program with powered interface connected, choose non dealer

5. create a restore point, then remove VCM

6.  Change date to current ---Now, instal latest version, 111.01

7. After installation, roll back the restore point from step 5 and activate it. Then open the newest program

8. Install fordextendprogram and run as admin

DONE.

 

http://blog.obdexpress.co.uk/2018/09/26/ford-ids-111-full...

25/09/2018

How to: Ford IDS reprograms PCM using different calibration files

Confirmed! There is a way to use IDS software to reprogram the Ford PCM using different calibration files. Just make sure you have the correct one - mainly from a van/vin that has same turbo & injectors.

 

This is how to remap using Ford IDS cracked software.

This is based on my experience (Ford Transit Custom 2.2 125ps), UK based vehicle mapped from 125 to 155ps.

YOU DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE YOURSELF FOR ANY HARM OR DAMAGE THAT YOU SUFFER AS A RESULT. INCLUDING LOSS OF WARRANTY. I MIGHT NOT BE ABLE TO ASSIST IN CASE OF ISSUES.

Things needed:

- basic IDS knowledge (a lot of guides can be found here: http://blog.obdexpress.co.uk/ use the Search button)

- IDS with programming capability (VCM2 SP177-C1, VXDIAG Nano or similar) - cracked will do

- Your own VIN and PCM Calibration number to revert back in case of issues

- Reference vehicle details - (the hard bit - but can be found online) - needed to get the calibration numbers to use; in my case this was Ford Transit Custom 2.2, 155ps

The basic process is:

VERY IMPORTANT!!! - MAKE SURE YOU CAN RE-PROGRAM YOUR VEHICLE WITH YOUR OWN CALIBRATION NUMBERS (BEFORE TRYING ANY OTHER ONES). FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE USING YOUR OWN VIN AND PCM NUMBER - THIS IS WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO DO IF THINGS DONT WORK!!!!

1) get VIN and PCM calibration number from your reference vehicle

2) run IDS software without physically connected to Vehicle

3) run Vehicle identification which will obviously fail and continue to manual vehicle identification

4) in manual vehicle identification enter the PCM calibration number - read on below about it

5) when asked enter the reference VIN and odometer value (any)

6) now you can navigate to Module Programming (PM not PMI) and program PCM but DONT PLUG IT TO YOUR VEHICLE YET

7) you should be asked to re-enter the VIN (enter the one from the reference vehicle)

8) you will get an warning of a low voltage

9) connect the cable to your vehicle and follow the instructions on the screen

10) after the programming is finished (takes around 10 min on mine) - you will need to reset all adaptation values as the current ones will be invalid (this is very important)!! - MAF, Injectors, Turbo

11) go for a drive - if it has any issues (no turbo, complete lack of power, or no start) - run the same procedure with your own VIN and PCM numbers.

Now, the reference vehicle should be of similar spec to yours. To minimise any issues I made sure the following components are the same before trying to program its calibrations to mine:

- injectors

- turbo

- pcm HW

All of the part numbers can be checked in ECAT for your vehicle and the referenced one. You will need VIN to do so.

You can search google images for vehicle registration numbers and get the VIN using ETIS Online. You need the VIN to get part numbers in ECAT (injectors, turbo, pcm). If the numbers match (dot to dot) run both the VINs through ETIS Online and check modules HW numbers. Make sure the HW number of PCM is the same and other modules are not far off.

The alternative way of finding reference VIN is just using ETIS Online - just experiment entering VIN that is next to yours (serial number). My reference vehicle was 1 serial number below my VIN

Once you happy with your reference vehicle - we can move on and find the calibration numbers for it.

Go back to ETIS Online and write down the SW number for PCM (calibration numbers). It will be in the following format: BK21-14C204-BNU. The last character is the revision of the calibration - BK21-14C204-BNP was before BK21-14C204-BNU and BK21-14C204-BNU was before BK21-14C204-BNV.

When entering the calibration in IDS you will need to use any but the latest (otherwise IDS won't let you upgrade).

You can check the calibration revisions here: https://www.fordtechservice.dealerconnec...roduct=IDS

just enter the SW parts and try changing the revision number. You will quickly figure out what revisions are available.

Fingers crossed

 

 

Source:http://blog.obdexpress.co.uk/2018/09/25/ford-transit-cust...