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dougo is Australian. He's talking about our rotten government. dougo, you can buy them from wherever you want. However, the must have the genuine FTDI chip, or they won't work.
Here's one from USA, don't know where it's made but specifies GuzziDiag. A USA company.https://www.obdinnovations.com/kkl-obd2-usb-cable-ftdi-ft232rl-chip-3-pin-adapter-cable/
www.griso.orgNo, I've not made a map for a Quota.
Edit: opened the ECU and found the below, anyone know anything about these?https://photos.app.goo.gl/DrpVYU7vMafuUtRz6
Do a Google search. Lots of references to ponder.
There's only one way to find out!
Seeing as I'm home for lunch.... I swapped chips and plugged in Guzzidiag again, instant connection!
I am trying to use GuzziDiag on a 2010 V7 Classic. I have a Linux computer and have downloaded the appropriate Reader and Writer files (although my Reader is version 0.28 and I have seen versions as high as 0.67 on various links). I have installed the cables correctly and have power to the FTDi connector. I am experiencing two problems:1) when I try to run the reader, no choices appear under COM PORT, it is just greyed out. When I click on "Read" it brings up a dialog for naming the file, but when I click "Save" it returns a message - "Failed to Read"2) I tried going to the von-der-salierburg site to download the latest version of the Reader, and I get a 404 - Not Found messageAny suggestions?
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