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Date Registered: 03-2017
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Not entirely correct..
In the consumer range - The EDS module will allow you to reset codes etc

In the professional range, the higher end Snap-on units can do manipulative testing of ABS / Fuel Pump / Injectors etc...

These items are deemed saftey / essential service items and the manufacturer is not allowed to "lock" third parties out and force you to use them for servicing. That is known as Third Line Forcing - and is very much illegal in Australia. So aftermarket companies must be allowed access to the essential pasrt of the computer needed for diagnostic and service matters.

But if you want to play with interior light delays, door chimes, headlight auto off times, key programming etc... then they are not deemed essential service items, and hence they are propitiatory software access only...




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Not entirely correct..
In the consumer range - The EDS module will allow you to reset codes etc



That's right but anything to do with changing the ECU settings for performance enhancing reasons (for example) which includes but not limited to Fuel [sign in to see URL] is out of bounds to both the consumer and even a professional range I would have thought.

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Again, not talking about changing mappings, talking about controlling components for testing (Like my BMW software does and the Hexcode GS911)

So are you saying Tom's software doesn't do what the screen shots says it does. ie. Like this screen says it can turn the fuel pump On/Off? And things like adjust idle, etc.
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And this screen says it can shut down cylibders one by one;
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My BMW software can do things like turn cooling fans on/off, fuel pump on/off. change position of idle air bypass stepper valves, plus readouts of all the sensors, disconnected, etc.

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Yep you won't be able to perform the change of those parameters with the Exy ECU mate.

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As I said above,

The Nissan ECU ( like many others) are locked for the "Modification" of certain parameters.

BUT, You can Manipulate and control components for the purpose of TESTING / SERVICE

ie, you can control the ABS Pump to prime and Run, You can force the fuel pump to switch on, you can test your Radiator cooling fans.


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....BUT, You can Manipulate and control components for the purpose of TESTING / SERVICE

ie, you can control the ABS Pump to prime and Run, You can force the fuel pump to switch on, you can test your Radiator cooling fans.



Thanks, this is what Im after, so is there certain software you would suggest or have used that you could recommend?


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The only one I have used that worked well was the Snap-On Modus System.
That's not in the realm for 99% of people though....


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