Vag tacho

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1. System requirements: VAGTACHO.EXE is a Windows based program that will work on any PC or laptop that has installed Microsoft Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP. Hardware requirements: Any PC or laptop with Pentium / 133MHz processor or higher, and a free USB port. 2. USB Drivers installation: Caution: This hardware interface requires drivers installation to work! Please use onlydrivers that are supplied with this product. There are no other or better drivers. For all Windows XP users: Please disconnect your PC or laptop from Internet before install drivers ! Don't use Windows 'original' drivers! This is important!

How to install drivers: Connect OBD interface to any free USB port. This will start Windows procedure to install drivers for the new hardware found. Tellto Windows where the drivers are on your harddisk. If Windows tells you that the driver is not certified by Microsoft just confirm that you want to install it anyway. How to uninstall drivers: If you wish to uninstall drivers, go to control panel and uninstall drivers with standard procedure. 3. How to work with the software: Connect OBD connector to car diagnostic socket. Then connect hardwareinterface to any free USB port of your PC or laptop. Start program VagTacho.exe. Select ECU from menu. If you don't know type of kombiinstrument, press 'Connect Any Tacho' button. Program will try to connects any kombi and will display type of kombiinstrument. Then press disconnect, and select appropriate ECU from menu. There is no problem if you do wrong selection, but all other functions will workonly if you select right ECU. After selecting ECU, press "Connect Selected ECU" button. If everything is OK after 5 seconds you will see kombi info on display and program will try to log in to the ECU. After successful procedure, all useful buttons on screen will be enabled. 4. Commands: 4.1 Select ECU from Menu This option selects type of ECU that user will try to connect. * (There is selectionsfor VW/Seat/Skoda immo box. It is usefull only if you have an already working key, and switch ignition ON with this key. Works only for Immo1 type immobilizers! ) 4.2 File User can save and read files to / from program memory buffer. 4.3 Connect any tacho button By pressing this button user can connects to kombi, and read info for any car's kombiinstrument. This is useful when type of kombi isunknown. 4.4 Connect Selected ECU By pressing this button user will connects kombi or immo box which is selected from menu. 4.5 Read Info After pressing this button, program will shows ECU info. Press it twice to read whole information. 4.6 Read PIN Program will try to read PIN code for log in to the selected ECU. If the operation was successful, PIN code will be shown on display. 4.7 Change Mileage This will change mileage counter on kombi display. After pressing, program will try to read actual mileage, then user may enter 'new' mileage and press 'Continue' button. For some kombiinstruments it is required to disconnect and reconnect car battery after this procedure. 4.7 Stop Action Pressing this button will cancel any command that is in progress. Not all commands can be stopped, it isuseful only for some of them. 4.8 Read eeprom This will read ECU eeprom memory and store data into memory buffer. It is usefull if program is logged in to the tacho, but can't read PIN code automatically. User can save whole eeprom data to a file. 4.9 Program New Key This will open a new window. User must enter correct PIN code , and number of new keys to program. Then press OK , and read messagesfrom software. The number of all programmed keys must be greater than zero, otherwise there are some error. Note: If you have read PIN code before this procedure, you have to disconnect, turn OFF ignition, then ON and connect again with "Connect any tacho" for tacho, or "Connect selected ECU" for immo box. 4.10 Disconnect End of communication command. 4.11 View memory buffer This will show...
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