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16/08/2017

Where to download Mazda IDS v106 software

Free download Mazda IDS v106 software to work with Vxdiag Vcx Nano Mazda:

http://pan.baidu.com/s/1qYnwXIk

Password: r5oi

Released by Allscanner Vxdiag Vcx Nano

Allscanner Vxdiag Vcx Nano Mazda

 

Mazda IDS 106.00 download free on Mega:IDS 106.00

https://mega.nz/#!qgYzRSqR!wRrh4jDELcFVG2YISV6P-_nFKpJKgDChyqo2H-rEGmE

IDS 106.02

https://mega.nz/#!2t5CADKR!dfjtRV2_yC4TFtZkaBXPx_rku3ejY5K97Cz_tVgLyQU

No pass

Shared by SCOTT via the MHH forum

 

How to setup Vxdiag Vcx Nano Mazda IDS 106:

http://blog.obdexpress.co.uk/2017/07/12/download-install-...

How to install Mazda IDS 106 for Vxdiag Vcx Nano:

Install M-IDS, install latest VCX Manger, update the firmware and your good to go.

 

Why Mazda IDS 106 say it’s 105 version:

You may get that error that installed version is not 106.00 … and even when you run the 106.00 installation again … it says it’s 105.06A.

Just edit reg to match the one your trying to install.

Then it should install.

 

14/08/2017

How to connect wiTECH software to VCI Pod clone

You don’t need the USB cable or power cord for everyday use. As long as the wiTECH VCI POD is connected to the car (it gets power from the OBD plug), the unit can be connected via ethernet. Keep in mind, there is no DHCP server on the ethernet port so you need to set both your computer and VCI POD to a fixed IP address. My ethernet on the chinese clone did not work out of the box. See below for further troubleshooting.
Problem: Cannot connect to VCI POD via Ethernet. Keep getting 169.254.x.x as IP address.

Solution: Need to change Network Settings on VCI POD

A 169.254.x.x means the computer has a physical ethernet link, but cannot get an IP address from your router/pc.
1. Set computer to fixed IP address 192.168.0.1
2. Connect USB to VCI POD
3. In web browser, connect to 172.22.22.22
4. Under Network Settings, change radio button from “Obtain an IP address automatically from a DHCP server” to “Use the following IP address and settings”
5. Under IP Settings, change IP Addr: 192.168.0.10
6. Disconnect USB.
7. Plug in Ethernet to VCI POD and computer. Connect power cable to VCI POD (or connect to OBD).
8. In web browser, now connect to 192.168.0.10 (it will also be visible in WiTech)
Problem: Connect VCI POD to notebook and VCI lights (safe, wlan, busy, and rec) are blinking permanent. wiTECH does not recognize the VCI.

Solution: Need to enter recovery mode and manually update VCI POD. (Could be a wiTECH software version and VCI POD firmware mismatch)

1. Put empty card into wiTECH
2. Connect to notebook by LAN not USB
3. Run IE and go to address 172.22.22.22 (or fixed IP address you manually assigned), select software update, and in dcc tools folder select recovery file with zip extension
a. Look at the folder Program FilesDCC ToolswiTECH Serverinstallbundles vservera.upgrade-mpvci-x.x.x.zip
b. On Windows 10 x64: C:Program Files (x86)DCC ToolswiTECHjserverinstallbundles vservera.upgrade-mpvci-x.x.x.zip

Tip: In the file name “vservera.upgrade-mpvci-x.x.x”, the x.x.x is the firmware version you should have loaded on your VCI POD to have it work correctly with the wiTECH software version currently installed on your pc. The VCI POD firmware version can be verified at the top left corner of the 172.22.22.22 unit homepage labeled as “System Release”.

 

Random Tip

Contents of VCI POD SD Card are hidden. Windows cannot mount or view. Linux can! (hint hint)

 

 

http://www.obdexpress.co.uk/service/witech-vci-pod-chrysl...

07/08/2017

How to program PCM with As-Built data with Ford IDS software

To program the PCM with As-built information via Ford IDS software:

 

Enter the Module Programming menu in the IDS

Select As-built and then the PCM

If the PCM is not listed in the As-built tab, use the following process to manually enter the information.

Select the IDS logo in the upper left corner of the screen.

Select the Pocket knife in the lower left corner of the screen.

Select “Update/Special Functions” from the Miscellaneous menu.

 Ford IDS software update function

 

Enter 53061 into the blue box and click the tick.

Return to the Module Programming menu and select PMI then the PCM.

Follow the on-screen prompts and enter the As-built data when the IDS prompts for it. This data is available from the OASIS report for this VIN under the As-built tab. It has also been provided below for your convenience.

Complete the PMI process by continuing with the on-screen directions.

Complete the PMI process by continuing with the on-screen directions.

To get As Built Data, go to Motorcraftservice.com

Under Non-Subscription Resources, click on Quick Guides.

13 dot points down you will fine, “Module Build Data (As-Built)”

Enter “Module Build Data”

Enter the VIN# then submit. As Built Data will then be displayed in IDS interface.

 

 

Some codes/info listed here as an example:

 

Use at your own risk!

 

00008 – IDENT_APPLY_PATCHES_VIA_FLOPPY

00009 – IDENT_UPDATE_PTU_FROM_FLOPPY

32287 – IDENT_LAUNCH_APP_MCP_REST

60503 – IDENT_LAUNCH_REGRESSION_RECORDER

27001 – IDENT_LAUNCH_FT_EOL_CP_MZ_01

32247 – IDENT_LAUNCH_SERVICE_ROUT

24040 – IDENT_ENABLE_VALIDATION_MODE

24041 – IDENT_DISABLE_VALIDATION_MODE

23761 – IDENT_LAUNCH_APP_FT_DATA_REC

81105 – IDENT_LAUNCH_APP_TSBSSMLIST

53061 – IDENT_IGNORE_MCP_INHALE

26503 – IDENT_LAUNCH_APP_VVAG

81104 – IDENT_LAUNCH_APP_FTW_SHIP_MODE_01

29124 – IDENT_TOGGLE_FORD_EXTRANET_INTRANET_URLS

60274 – IDENT_LAUNCH_CCC_ENGINEERING_APP

32227 – IDENT_LAUNCH_PROPSHAFT_BAL_APP

48712 – IDENT_LAUNCH_GENERIC_RCM_CONFIG_APP

28487 – IDENT_LAUNCH_FT_ICCMSP_MZ_01_APP

28097 – IDENT_TOGGLE_BATTERY_MONITORING

70263 – IDENT_LAUNCH_GENERIC_DIAG

71863 – IDENT_MCP1

63296 – IDENT_LAUNCH_FTW_RKE_MODE_01_APP

08080 – IDENT_LAUNCH_DETAILED_NETWORK_DIAG

32267 – IDENT_LAUNCH_APP_ENG_SUPPORT_TOOL