T1N Sprinters 2004 diagnostic tools review: Autel MD808 Pro or Autel MD802. Here we go for details.Good Review 1. sdconnect C4 Clone & Autel MD802I have both a very good mb sdconnect C4 Clone and the Autel MD802….have I ever used them?….yeah long enough to find out that they do connect to my Sprinter, and will run live data, etc, but since I’ve had no issues to diagnose, I just have it serviced at Sun Motor Cars and enjoy the ride!Good Review 2: Autel MD808P for 2006 T1NI bought the Autel MD808P for my 2006 T1N I will let everyone know my experience.BTW there is a seller obdii365.com that is taking best offers I got one.The 808 pro read all the systems even ones like the radio that the snap on scanner did not access. I also was able to clear the oil change interval with it. I am happy with it so far the live data is very nice.Objective review 3: Autel MD808 Pro has deeper diagnostic function than Autel MD802My Autel MD802 worked just fine on my NCV3, T1N, Jeeps, Infiniti etc.
It was lacking in function, and I would get the Autel MD808 Pro if I still had a need for it.Good Review 4: Autel MD808 pro for 2018 SprinterI just purchased the Autel MD808 pro and just used it on my new 2018. I can say that it cleared my SRS code. It was my own fault for the code, I took the driver seat out to access underneath for a trailer brake controller and turned the key on before re connecting the seat belt and air bag wiring. Anyway, the 808 pro did the trick. I hope the future uses will prove just as easy.Autel MD808 Pro review on Sprinter 906.155I just purchases a MD808Pro to help with an ABS/ESP issue on our 906.155.
This is my first time wrenching on the 906 infrastructure.So far the MD808P has been very helpful. Linked google drive includes a number of photos of the unit in operation and the online interface you get access to once registered, along with manuals and spec sheet. I’m happy to answer questions to my knowledge base, which is admittedly limited.Some specific notes:Creating an account on Autel, registering the scanner, and downloading scan updates were all incredibly easy.The unit uses a standard micro-sd, which can be removed and updated seperate from the unitAlternately, the unit can be updated via a USB cable.Power is supplied via either the USB or OBD cable, there are not batteries.Feel is generally good. Lighter than I expected, but quite reasonable.The screen is non-touch, but is clear, and easy to read.Currently only covers pre 2016 sprinters.Purchased offScreen photos, specs, vehicle coverage, and online interface screen captures here:Review: Autel MD808 for 2007 Sprinter 2500I purchased the MD 808 “non pro” in December 2017, after several visits to the dealer to clear my oil reset after I did my last oil change service, my 2007 Sprinter 2500 has never been able to reset the mileage reminder without a scan tool, even though the manual says I can, I couldn’t and everyone else who tried couldn’t either. So after 11 visits over the years, the dealer would clear it for me, took em a few minutes, I’d thank em and be on my way till the next year or so.Well for some reason this last time I couldn’t get anybody to clear it for me, I’d show up, call, pop in when I was told a tech would be in, but it never panned out. Finally I thought I’d try some other dealers in the city, the nicest was Mercedes-Benz of Farmington. Quite a drive from my town but hey, I got to get this reset, down to about 400 miles left on the nag screen even though when I changed the oil it was around 800 miles left. Tried another Sprinter service Co that’s a little closer and he wanted to charge me $125.00 to reset the computer that I’m supposed to be able to do myself? I told him really? Where’s the savings in doing my own service if I need to pay that kind of money? It cost me around that much for my MB approved oil and filter? Plus I like doing everything I can do myself on this van then I know what’s going into it, plus I enjoy it.Well the service adviser said bring it in and he’d do it this time for free, but next time he’d charge me, I brought it in and the tech had just left for lunch, apparently no one else had the knowledge to do it so I waited over an hour and the tech showed up, yes! Finally! I shared my situation with him and told him I hate begging people to reset my code around once a year but couldn’t see spending 5 grand on a scan tool, he said you can buy one like this for about $150 bucks, he proceeded to pull out the Autel 802? He said he preferred using the Autel over his Snap On? He cleared the oil reset in about 3 minuets, I tried to tip him for his help but he wouldn’t take it? Great tech that I’ll always remember. Got home and started searching obdii365.com for Autel scanners and for a little bit more $ decided on the MD 808, mainly because of the DPF feature it had, sorry for such a long post but I think this scan tool is the cats pajamas, I’d buy another in a heartbeat if needed. Just used it again last week when I went into limp mode & cel came on, scanner told me egr Position fault, I went around 30,000 miles since I cleaned my egr valve, my bad, I won’t wait that long again!Autel MD808Pro VS Autel MD802 for 2002/2006 T1N’s:1). Today I talked with an Autel tech that said for the 2002 to 2006 Sprinter the 808P cannot do anything extra that the MD802 can and that the 808P was designed to also work on newer vehicles.2). As far as I can tell the main difference between the 808 and 802 series is that the former is bidirectional and can execute some subset of manual test procedures (such as DPF regen, etc.) What would be even more useful than a list of what Autel says the 808 will do is an actual Sprinter owner confirming that the functions actually work. That will determine how much value the 808 really has over the 802 for our application.MD808 PRO VS Autel MX808:Just got off the phone with a tech from Autel, here’s what he said:– MD808PRO is not a replacement for the MD802 Elite, but just a higher end product. He said it can do everything for Sprinters that the MD802 can do, and more.I.e Autel The MD802 cannot activate the ABS module.– MX808 is an Android tablet based tool, with a significantly faster CPU, more flash, more RAM and wifi connectivity for updates/downloads. It can do everything the MD808PRO can do, and more (can program key fobs, has more live gauges). He expects the MX808 family will see more updates and more added functionality as time goes on.The one big downside to the MX808, aside from initial price, is that after the first year, additional updates will require a $125/year subscription. MD808PRO updates are free for lifetime. His recommendation, which seems reasonable for us single vehicle end-users, (from their product line) was to go with an MD808PRO.Read:This is the function list of Autel MD808 Pro / MD802 All system / MX808:Autel MD808 Pro Benz function list:Enjoy!http://blog.obdii365.com/2020/03/30/diagnose-sprinter-2004-autel-md808-pro-or-md802/
2003 Benz Sprinter T1N loss of power solved with Autel MD802’s assistance.Here we go for details.Car model and symptom:A loss of power in my 2003 Benz Sprinter T1N with no CEL (aka MIL) illumination.Sprinter scanner to use and fault code:Scan with my Autel MaxiDiag Elite MD802 scanner:
Read fault code: P1470-4 Charge pressure control valve – Cable has Short circuit to Positive.What I did:Testing with a multimeter showed 12 Volts on the Brown wire which I always thought was Ground on a Mercedes.I inspected the harness as far as possible and could see no evidence of any damage.I got to thinking that if it wasn’t a wiring fault how could the fault code report “Short to Positive”. The answer seemed to be that if the valve had too low a resistance it would then draw too high a current and hence may flag up the “Short to Positive” code.I then found a thread… and in Post Dr A said ” A functional 612 vacuum solenoid will read approx. 14.0 Ohms when using a quality multimeter, zeroed to compensate probe resistance.”A final check of the wiring was to disconnect the valve and clear the original code, scanning again gave a new code…P1470-8 Charge pressure control valve – Cable has Open circuit or Short circuit to ground.To my way of thinking this confirmed the wiring as being OK.I purchased a new valve (Genuine MB) and this measured 14.3 Ohms so in line with Dr A’s figure. After fitting I was finally able to clear all codes!I have yet to road test my Sprinter but am confident I have found the fault.So if you have a code P1470-4 try unplugging the solenoid, you can just reach it below the air filter box, then erase the code and re-scan to see if the code changes to P1470-8. This should confirm that the wiring is OK and the valve has failed.Finally the easiest way to replace the valve is to remove the RH headlight after removing the grille.This write up is only applicable to T1N’s with the OM611 or OM612 engines with the Vacuum Solenoid controlled Turbo where the solenoid is located under the RH headlight. (NOT the OM647 with electrically controlled Turbo).Credits to @Cheyenne.
Problem:I got the MB SD C4 Xentry and EVG7 tablet full kit. EVG7 displays “00” icon on Toolbar. Also failed to configure SD C4 main unit. How can i fix it?Xentry Software displays error:Initialization of diagnosis multiplexer failedObdii365.com engineer working solution:Run an sd connect c4 firmware update:Go to C:\Program Files\Mercedes-Benz\SDConnect Toolkit, change update_automaticx, update_manualx and update_specicalx 3 files to update_automatic, update_manual and update_specical (delete the x letter).Go to C:\Program Files\Softing\Diagnostic Tool Set 8\8.03\Interfaces\DCDI_DPduApi\eCOM_Toolkit, change update_automaticx, update_manualxand update_specicalx files to update_automatic, update_manual and update_specical (delete the x letter)Restart computer update change the files’ name.Install 6 AA batteries to SD C4/SD C5 main unit (* SD C4 Item No. SP100-E does not require battery installation)Connect OBD main cable with vehicle with 12V adapter.Right click on lower right corner of the computer and select Administrator, then choose Software UpdateUpdate 01_Bootimage_2_3.zip, 02_CSD_2_10.zip and 03_PmPic29_Cpld13.zip three files one by one until succeed.Note: The update process can be applied to SD Connect C5 clone as well.Feedback:Thank you. Now the SD Connect C4 is working.http://www.obdii365.com/service/update-mb-sd-c4-firmware.html
Car model and year: BMW Mini E81 / E71 with FRM3 (BMW Footwell Module).Purpose: repair BMW FRM3Possible Tools to repair FRM3:1.Xhorse VVDI Prog2. Yanhua Mini ACDP3. CG Pro 9S124. Hextag programmer5.Xprog M BoxI have not had any trouble yet with my VVDI prog.When using vvdi prog, you must first write partition (choose dflash 0kb) and ALSO write your new eeprom file. Function Write partition does not write your .bin eeprom file.Step-by-step procedure:BMW E-series E71 for example.Step 1: Read DflashConnect FRM module with VVDI-progOpen VVDIprog softwareSelect MCU->Motorola -MC9S12->9S12XEQ384 unsecuredIf vvdi prompts “Partition information error, please select the partition size manually”Select the partition size EEE:0 sector, DFlash: 128 sectors (32K), press OKRead and then save Dflash, i.e E71 xeStep 2: Dflash to EepromOpen Dflash to EEE for FRM3 Software, upload Dflash data just readThen convert Dflash to eeprom.(You can use free online FRM3 D-Flash to EEPROM converter here as well:Save eeprom, i.e: eee_L508991.binStep 3: Write EEPROMBack to VVDI Prog software, select Type 8-Others->BMW->FRM E-series XEQ384Click Write Partition (will erase Dflash and eeprom data)Write EEPROM partition to 16 sectors (4K), DFLASH: 0 sectorOpen EEPROM data just converted from Dflash.Click Write tab to write eepromReset FRM success.Install FRM module back to vehicle.BMW FRM 2M25J/3M25J(9S12XEQ384) pinout to VVDI-Prog.BMW FRM F-series 2M25J (MC9S12XET512) pinout to VVDIProg.You can use VVDI BMW to do coding.It depends on the chip types.Connect the Yanhua Mini ACDP device and BDM adapter with the FRM unit.Backup data before operation.Run Mini ACDP app on a mobileSelect BMW->FRM Programming->ICP MC9S12XEQ384 MASK: 3M25JSelect FRM Data Recovery (Automatic mode)Detect pins and probe connectionReading chip dataRead and display chip dataCheck the data. If reads D-Flash as 32K, the FRM module data is corrupted.
If reads EEPROM data as 4K , FRM module data is not corrupted.Uploading dataAuto saved D-flash to Yanhua Mini ACDP file folderShow programming dataVerifying dataFRM data recovery completed.CG Pro repair BMW FRM: confirmedProcedure:1: Check car modelCar model: BMW E seriesModule: FRMChip: 9S12XEQ3842: Turn off the ignition switch and remove the FRM module from the driving left foot of the car3: Disassemble FRM module and confirm the SN, type and chip4: Open CG PRO softwareSelect type, car make and modelFollow the corresponding wiring diagram to connect FRM module to CG PRO 9S12 programmer via DB25 adapter5: Read EEPROM data and save6: Write the data has been read or new data after partition operationAfter finishing repair the data, install the FRM module back to the car, and set code for FRM by CGDI BMW key programmer.You don’t have to buy AutoHex, you can buy HexTag separately.
Step-by-step procedure:Go to Microtronik HexProg main menu, software 1.0.6 for example.Click on “On Bench Programmer”-> “BMW”-> “FRM”-> “FRM3 E Series”Click on “Wiring” to follow it to connect.
Click on “Read” and get message “ Error on reading EEPROM shows the files in FRM3 is corrupted”.Click on “P-FLASH” and then “Read”.To check the communication with FRM you can try to read the P-flash.Click on “EEE” -> “Read” again, Click on “Repair” and get message “This function is used to repair corrupted FRM EEPROM data. It will try to recover the original data from D-Flash, if it failed please contact Microtronik for help”, go on click on “Repair”.FRM EEPROM data has been repaired.When it shows the FRM Repair prompt again, just close it.Now we can read EEE shows FRM is back to normal state.You are advised to code FRM using AutoHex after repair.Xprog M box (UPA as well) is the cheapest device to read fault FRM3 data. But it is not stable as other programmers.Some will have these kinds of issues a lot when use Xprog clone to repair FRM’s.You can hook the frm back to the xprog and made a backup of the EEE and pflash. Then perform coding using WinKFP/Ncs expert.Check guide here:FYI:There are several devices you can used to perform FRM coding job: BMW ICOM Engineering software Ncs expert, Launch X431 V, VVDI BMW, CGDI BMW, Autel Maxisys Pro MS908P etcTo be upgrading…
How-to: program Toyota SIENTA 2016 all smart key lost and generate simulator key with Autel IM608 and APB112 emulator by OBD.
Model: Toyota Sienta 2016+
Lost all keys, cannot turn on
Autel MaxiIM IM608 & XP400
new smart key
Step 1: Backup IMMO data
Connect IM608 VCI and APB112 emulator
Select IMMO->Toyota->Manual Selection->Other->SIENTA->Smart Key->Keyless System (CAN) ->Backup Immobilizer Data
The function is used to backup the EEPROM data of the smart box of the vehicle.
The data can be used to generate the simulator key for emergency start of the vehicle to perform the key matching function.
Must enable network connection
Read immo data in progress
Save backup file.
Step 2: Generate simulator key
Select Generate Simulator Key
Select the EEPROM data saved in Step 1.
Retrieving critical data to generate simulator key
Key type: SLK-03
Connect APB112 key simulator via USB cable
Identify APB112 software
The simulator key is generated successfully.
The simulator key can be used to turn the ignition on in case of emergency to learn the key.
The key can turn on and start vehicle now.
Step 3: Learn new smart key
Use the simulator key to learn new original smart key
Choose Add Smart Key menu and follow Autel IM608 prompts to add new original smart remote until succeed.
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