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Old 24-12-2014, 05:29 AM
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To read and write chips you need a burner, the one i'm using is made by MCUMALL and is the GQ-4X This will read the bin files off the original chips which are "One Time Write". The chips that replace the originals can be erased and written many times over, which means you only need one pair. There's two chips written in 8 bit, one odd the other even which are combined by the microprocessor in the ecu into a 16 bit file.
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