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Yeah, I've checked and confirmed everything suggested to me in this thread. I've got good ground, correct COM, correct ECU, good cable, cleaned the diagnostic plug with deoxit, kill switch is on, and I just successfully connected to my Stelvio with the same equipment. This kinda shit pisses me off so I'm gonna take the Stelvio for a ride. Thanks for the links, have ordered.
The 15m/rc ecu uses 3 wires, a ground and two signal. The newer bikes use two wire, ground and one signal. So if one input on the cable died, it could still connect the stelvio, but not the cali. I know I have such a cable here. You can't see it, it's just the chip died half.
Has there been any word from the creator of guzzidiag on if the ecu for the euro5 bikes will be added?
Yes, one in the same.
Success! The new cable set from Lonelec works. I've read (saved) the existing map and written the Beetle map to the ECU. And it runs! The engine needs a tune-up though so that's next.
I'm pretty much a Luddite, but I thought about buying the GuzziDiag stuff this winter just in case... and never got around to it. I'd like to ask a favor: Can anyone advise and link me to the correct cables and software and everything that I need to get, please? I have a 2018 v7iii Milano and a '22 Apple MacBook Pro with the silicon or whatever.
You'll need a Windows machine first. New laptops can be had for $200. GuzziDiag hasn't worked on Mac for quite some time. The links are in the first post of this thread (the V7 III has the MIU ECU). I had a Milano for a spell--pretty bike.
I have my GuzziDiag running fine on my Mac Laptop without any issues
Good to know. I've heard you could, and it looks like there are links on the first page that are for Macs. Thanks.I googled the cable and adapter and got https://www.ebay.com/itm/222597558637 but it's a UK link and doesn't ship to the U.S. Walmart was a dead link. The others were some AliBaba and some other random Chinese sites. Anyone have a link to a reliable US-based or at least ships-to-US seller besides AliBaba for the KKL OBD2 USB Cable FTDI FT232RL Chip + 3 Pin Adapter?
Hello partnersI come to you desperate, for not finding a solution to my problem.I have a gilera nexus 500 from 2007, to which I have had to change the control unit.I have installed the new ECU, IAW p15, and read the software with the IAW15 reader app, so that I can deactivate the immobilizer later with the tunerpro app.Using the XDF file of the gilera nexus 500, the option to disable the immobilizer does not appear.However, if I use the XDF file from the gilera GP800, the option does appear, but by default it's disabled and I can't do anything else.Do you know if there is any XDF file of my motorcycle, in which I can deactivate the immobilizer?I would also like to know if by copying the .bin file from my old control unit to the new one, I can solve the immobilizer problem.Thank you so much
Cable from lonelec.co.uk They ship pretty quick to the usa. https://www.lonelec.com/product/guzzidiag-3pin-interface-cable-kit/or if you have a v85 euro4:https://www.lonelec.com/product/guzzidiag-euro5-kit-interface-adaptor-kl1-euro5-adaptor/
I got another one . . .Still working with the '07 CalVin, have successfully used the tools to read/write a Beetle map (:chefkiss). Today I wanted to tinker with CO Trim numbers. GuzziDiag V.60 connected fine, "California Vintage" model selected, and I could toggle through the drop-downs, excite the tachometer, etc. But when I clicked on the CO Trim Start button I saw this (engine temp was above 60C):
I do know the EV options are VERY sparse by comparison.
Hi Harvey,I am that other guy on here that had been dealing with the same problem on my California Stone.I have just updated my thread with "hints and tips" given to me by Rodekyll which got me over the final hurdle in being able to adjust the CO Trim value.It is not quite a slick and easily repeatable process but if you keep fooling around with it, using the Beetle instructions as a guide you will stumble over a sequence that works! I've done it a couple of times now so it helps that I know that it is possible!Good luck 🤞
Try this one:https://wildguzzi.com/forum/index.php?topic=116323.0
Nah. Unless you want to troubleshoot ABS in a Norge or Stelvio, et al.
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