I need to read and write Ford Connect 2014 Continental SID 807evo ecu. Tried with Ktag 6.070 China clone, no luck. It reads it up to 52% at the ktag and then puts me an error.
Then i tried the new pcmtuner. It failed me again. Any solution?
Ktag: Need Luck
Many failed with ktag clone, but some read and write with ktag EU clone (red or purple board).
For everyone who wants to do 807 evo it is possible with ktag clone red pcb 7.020, k-suite 2.25.
protocols continental sid 807 ford TPROT8 PROTOCOL 511
Connect obd2 cable from ktag to car and turn on the ignition
it will start to read, when it goes on 100% it will tell you that is successful and that you can remove the unit and disassemble ecu
after that use pinout that is on photos of ktag
3x12v, use orange wire for an additional 12v..2 red and 1 orange!
ground black, CAN high, CAN low
3 boot and 1 cf..
i have used stable power supply, not the one from ktag!
Hope it will help someone!
PCM Tuner: Yes
You choose OBD protocol module 53 but read on bench protocol.
Read it on pcm with obd adapter. Do not use bench.
It’s an obd supported ecu, so connect pcm with adapter directly to car’s obd2 port and then read
Install ecu back on car first, use OBD2 cable.
Check Module 53 BSL guide
Example: Sid807evo peugeot partner 2015 1.6 hdi Read write bsl module 53, dpf egr off Ok
Sid 807Evo Dpf Egr off read write success in boot mode
All the rest (Ford PSA) with that ecu can be done via obd or bench as well.
KT200/Foxflash SID807EVO boot mode pinout
Read and write ECU
Connect with the multifunction cable the following
pinout and the boot shown below
Use the driver:
→ TOOLS BOOT MODE
→ INFINEON TRICORE Boot
→ SAK TC1797
Some hardware versions boot in the manner shown on the next page
On some ECUs and for tools with version firmware < 70 it is only possible to use this type of boot: