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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 10:23 am 
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TD2 wrote:
In this case, click 7th from right = 2nd from left = bit# 6.
For example, entering 0x12, clicking and therefore adding bit 6 then yields 0x52.

The read cmd looks perfect, reporting byte content "00", therefore setting bit 6 means writing 0x40.


OK, just to be sure to get the bit change correct to my readout byte:


Readout: 80F01002E8006A

has to change to

Write: 80F01001E8006A

And after that, again change to

wirte: 80F01002E8006A

again ?

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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 12:17 pm 
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Haven't tried RomRaider test app but IMHO everything should look like "communication example" from
https://subdiesel.wordpress.com/2015/06/30/oil-dilution-reset-k-line-euro4/
except that RomRaider does not print spaces between bytes and prints extra "DATA [Raw]:" lines extracted from received cmd (RCV).

So after the first read cmd "8010F005A80000027DAC", reporting data 0x00,

Write (same single address 0x00027D, data byte 0x40) command should log exactly:
"8010F005B800027D40FC"

Another read to confirm...
"8010F005A80000027DAC"

Then write data 0x00 (previous state)
"8010F005B800027D00BC"

Another read to confirm that byte is now 0x00 again - probably normal state of this address.
"8010F005A80000027DAC"


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 3:04 pm 
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ok, now I unterstand, what to do and wirting works:

Code:
SND [Init]:   8010F001BF40
RCV [Init]:   80F01069FFA210146644D8760743B8C1060802000000000026CA40FCB0000003000000000000CC00005D1F 20807020000013FB00F5E98600000001E10080EBE500FFFF00FF00000000F8F8FF00FFFFFF00F0000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000004D
DATA [Raw]:   A210146644D8760743B8C1060802000000000026CA40FCB0000003000000000000CC00005D1F2080702000 0013FB00F5E98600000001E10080EBE500FFFF00FF00000000F8F8FF00FFFFFF00F00000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000

SND [Read]:   8010F005A80000027DAC
RCV [Read]:   80F01002E8006A
DATA [Raw]:   00

SND [Write]:   8010F005B800027D40FC
RCV [Write]:   80F01002F840BA
DATA [Raw]:   40

SND [Read]:   8010F005A80000027DAC
RCV [Read]:   80F01002E840AA
DATA [Raw]:   40

SND [Write]:   8010F005B800027D00BC
RCV [Write]:   80F01002F8007A
DATA [Raw]:   00

SND [Read]:   8010F005A80000027DAC
RCV [Read]:   80F01002E8006A
DATA [Raw]:   00


Next point is to test is on a ECU without 0% of oil dilutation

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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Fri Aug 21, 2015 12:01 pm 
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Featback form Subi-Evo-Treff.com forum:

this functions works on E4 Diesel :D :D

http://www.subi-evo-treff.com/thread.ph ... post355663

Sol Dale, I will be very pleased if it will be implementated in one of the next releases of RomRaider Logger

Also thanks to Subaru Diesel Crew ! :D

Jochen

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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 9:04 am 
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Take a look to some of SSM-III workshop function sniffs:

EURO5 Diesel seems to have a simular rutine, like for EURO4 is needed.

Via OBD Mode 0x22 a routine control commant is set to a serten address.
Very simular to the bit writing @ EURO4.

But there was also a security access function, bevor sending the routine comant.

SDC seems to know the security access challange, maybe they share wiht Dale ?

SDC wrote:
Authentication

Some PIDs might require seed-key login (algorithm needed, we do not publish crypto). Do these yield negative response message at least or no response at all?

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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2016 11:24 am 
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Hey everybody,
Im new to this forum and would like to say I think there is some fantastic knowledge floating around this forum. I have
been following various threads regarding reseting the oil dilution on the ee20 euro 4 engines and have tried to reset with
romraider test app with information posted by Jochen_145. Everything starts out fine until i go to read command and for some
reason when I write 8010F005B800027D40FC and send it sends 8010F005B800027D803C. I have attached the file. I would appreciate
any help with this. Unfortunately Im more of a spanners type of guy and new to this area.


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2016 5:30 am 
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you worte the wrong hex value to the ECU:

you worte "0x80" instate of "0x40".

After assumming this value you need to wirte back to "0x00"

Just try again like my example

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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2016 3:23 pm 
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Hi,
Thank you so much for your reply. The problem is that when I do write "0x40" and send it,
It changes it to "0x80" by itself. It wont allow me to write "0x40". I hope I'm making sense.


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2016 5:00 am 
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did you enable the "Read Block" checkbox ?


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2016 7:06 am 
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Thanks Jochen_145,
I think I see my mistake, I wrote in the full trace line and not just "0x40". I will try it again when I get home. Thank you very much for taking the time to reply to my question. :D


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2016 3:15 pm 
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Success :D I done what you said and it worked perfectly!!! I checked the oil dilution ratio before and it was 6% with 6600 estimated km till oil change. Then after the oil dilution ratio was 0% and 15000 estimated km till next service. My car is an MY09 Subaru impreza. Thanks for all your help Jochen_145. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2016 1:03 pm 
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thank you very much
it works perfectly
good job 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2016 11:11 am 
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Hi All,

First post, so be gentle!

I did a search online regarding Subaru boxer diesel Euro 4 and resetting the oil dilution after an oil and filter change, which brought me here. I haven't yet downloaded RomRaider, so just asking a few noobie questions.

Is there a How To Guide on resetting the oil dilution - or is a case of downloading RomRaider, RTFM, learn and then ask.

I Have a Vag-Com KKL 409.1 cable - will this work or do I need the specific Tactrix cable?

Car is a 2009 Subaru Legacy 2.0 D

TIA

Kind Regards,

Eoin


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2016 2:26 am 
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Hi All, I just tried the subdiesel method for reset. 2009 subaru forester 2.0d euro 4

https://subdiesel.wordpress.com/2015/06 ... ine-euro4/

I sent the following codes via Romraider ECU editor (see attached).

SND: 80 10 F0 05 A8 00 00 02 7D AC
RCV: 80 F0 10 02 E8 00 6A

SND: 80 10 F0 05 B8 00 02 7D 40 FC
RCV: 80 F0 10 00 F8 40 BA

SND: 80 10 F0 05 A8 00 00 02 7D AC
RCV: 80 F0 10 02 E8 40 AA

SND: 80 10 F0 05 B8 00 02 7D 00 BC
RCV: 80 F0 10 00 F8 00 7A

SND: 80 10 F0 05 A8 00 00 02 7D AC
RCV: 80 F0 10 02 E8 00 6A

After sending, turning ignition off 20seconds, then back on, am still reading 10% oil reset ratio. Any ideas what I am doing wrong. I am sending "SND" codes one after another without any spaces in between.

Manz thanks


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 Post subject: Re: Reset oil dilution - Subaru - Boxer Diesel Euro 4
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 8:13 am 
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Hi,
I have got romraider to work for me with the help of this forum and JOCHEN_145. To make it easy for me I put together a "how to guide" for this and I hope it helps you as it did me. Im more a mechanic myself and I think its great that these guys have taken their time to develop an software that makes working on our cars possible. THANKS GUYS. Hope this helps you too.


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