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How AUTEL MaxiSys MS906 clear Chevrolet Captiva DTC codes fast

Here is the Tutorial of how fast AUTEL MaxiSys MS906 clear DTC codes for Chevrolet Captiva step-by-step, As the next generation of MaxiDAS DS708, MaxiSys MS906 is highly recommended by running fast and better hardware, etc.


How MaxiSys MS906 clear Chevrolet Captiva DTC codes?

Step1. On main menu choose “Diagnostics”→“GM”→“Manual selection”








Step2. Choose “(8)2008”→ “LD trk, MPV” → “Chevrolet” → “Capitiva” → “(F) 2.4L”


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Step3. Choose “5 speed automatic” → “With all wheel driver” → “Auto HVAC”.












Step4. Click “Auto scan” to start read DTC codes, after that just click “Quick erase” to clear DTC codes. In this way AUTEL MS906 clear Chevrolet Captiva DTC codes fast in minute!










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(Pinout) Fgtech Galletto v54 100% read/write Bosch MG 7.9.8

Here is how to use Fgtech 4 Galletto v54 to successfully read Bosch MG 7.9.8safely and quickly without desolder resistor, on Kia cars or Hyundai with automatic transmission.


Bosch MG 7.9.8:



This ECU is installed on Kia cars, Hyundai with automatic transmission. Operation with this computer is carried out using the bookmark M7.9.8.ECU is based on a 16-bit processor ST10F275.




The full alphanumeric code of the marking contains in itself enough

A large set of characters and looks something like this:

PM98D442E / DGFD_836CFS2_5000, where

PM98D442E – Software ID (Software ID)

DGFD_836CFS2_5000 – Hardware ID (Calibration ID)



PM95D442E DGFD_836CFS2_5000

The software PM95D442E says that the P / O from the motor processor

BOSH M7.9.8 and installed software D442E.


ALL firmware COMPATIBLE only Within one software

Calibrations of DGFD_836CFS2_5000 mean the following

D – cars

G – Gasoline engine (Gazoline)


May be:

– AM – KIA_Soul

– LD – KIA_Cerato

– TD – KIA_Cerato

– ED – KIA_Ceed

– JB – KIA_Rio

– MC – Hyundai_Accent, Verna

– HD – Hyundai_Elantra

– PB – Hyundai_i20

– PA – Hyundai_i10

5 – ECU Manufacturer

3 – Toxicity standards according to the European standard (3-E3, A-E3, 4-E4, H-E4)

6 – Engine capacity (4 – 1.4 liters, 6 – 1.6 liters)

CFS- Complete set (including presence-absence of IMMO survey)

– With (D) ES MT Immo Off

– With (D) FS MT Immo

– With (D) PS AT Immo Off

– C (D) QS AT Immo

Where is the first “C” marking for HYUNDAI vehicles

“D” marking for KIA vehicles

2_5000 – version of software calibrations

On vehicles with automatic transmission under the marking of the engine block software

Marking of the software of the processor of the automatic transmission.

For example: THD2C16UB2

T – means that this software refers to the transmission processor (transmission)

HD – Hyundai_Elantra

2C – indicates the gear ratio of GP

16 – the volume of the engine with which the transmission operates in pairs

UB2 – software version


The ECU supports the programming modes:


Read / Write FLASH (using Galletto V54)


Attention! All programming commands must be executed from the computer, which is translated in the reprogramming mode, except for the “Establish communication” mode, which is used to transfer the unit from the diagnostic mode to the reprogramming mode.


This block supports read / write commands for FLASH memory of the Bosch MG 7.9.8 computer only in “on the desk” mode when the computer is in programming mode (or the so-called “boot mode”).


The correct size of FLASH firmware for Bosch ECU computer is 7.9.8 – 832 KB (851968 bytes).


Connection of the universal cable of the loader according to the color marking:

color marking

11 Switching voltage

Left connector:

12 CAN-H (connected via J2534 device)

27 CAN-L (connected via J2534 device)

56 Non-disconnecting voltage

59 K-line (motor)

Right connector:

2 ECU mass

6 Power supply after main relay (not used)

84 K-line (automatic transmission)


To transfer the computer to the programming mode, it must be modified. For finalization, it is necessary to disassemble the computer and connect three red and three blue contacts on the board (shown in the figure below). White color indicates unused contacts for better orientation.

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( Fg Galletto v54 read MG7.9.8 without desolder resistor, with this two connections)


Then you need to connect to the computer in accordance with the connection diagram below. Then you can perform operations with the computer.


for car with automatic transmission:

connector A (small) 11, 56 = +12v

59 = K-Line

connector B (large) 1,2,3 = computer weight

(just connect any of the indicated contacts)

84 = K-Line, automatic transmission


Note: The corresponding K-Line must be connected depending on what operations are to be performed (with the automatic transmission or the engine).


for car with manual transmission:solder 1k resistor instead of 100 ohm


you need two 12+

82= 12+

83= 12+

85= K-Line

2= Ground





To avoid problems with “falling asleep”, the computer must be filled in the unit

Modified software calibrated on the basis of “native” software, i.e.

Software ID type for example: PM98C441C (or M98C441C) in native and

Modified firmware should, if possible, be the same.

All flash players allow you to determine the ID of the Basic software of a specific ECU.

It looks something like this:


Credits to:




VXDIAG VCX NANO FordECU Programming Online: Success

This is Ford IDS Online Programming Service, incl. how to register an programming account , what kind of Ford diagnostic tool should use and how to use it for Ford ECU programming online. Hope this write-up helps.



Go to J2534 Programming

Http:// FORD Motorcraft Service

The official site to register my account






Online programming account only


Have good success on 2005 Ford Escape 3.0 V6


PCM programming online zero issues!!!



P.S, tips i followed:




scope & scan scopes PCM Ford PCM vehicle diagnostics repair shop training technician training automotive aftermarket

Programming Ford electronic control units (ECUs) is pretty straightforward and simple compared to many other OEMs. However, Ford does do one thing differently than most other OEMs. The normal Ford programming procedure has you “inhale” (read and store) the As Built data from the old ECU to the scan tool so that these As Built vehicle specific production and calibration details can then be transferred to a new, remanufactured or salvaged ECU you are installing.

A complication arises when you are attempting to replace an ECU that is dead or not communicating with the scan tool or programming device. In this instance, you are going to have to use a different method of telling the replacement ECU what the needed As Built data information should be. The Ford recommended procedure for this is stated as:

“Programmable Module Installation (PMI) must be performed when replacing module. If the information cannot be inhaled from the original module, As-built data must be used to properly configure module”

This procedure requires purchasing a per use subscription for all ECUs, except the PCM, from the Ford Motorcraft website, Once purchased you use the vehicle identification number (VIN) to acquire the As Built data for the particular ECU you are replacing. This As Built data is actually multiple lines of hexadecimal numbers entered into dialogue boxes in the programming software. We will describe this process for Ford ECUs in next month’s column. For this months column we will describe a quicker method than acquiring the As Built hex info to install a replacement powertrain control module (PCM) in a Ford vehicle where the old PCM is damaged and not communicating. All we need do is tell a little white lie to the scan tool or programming device!

To accomplish this trick, connect your Ford diagnostic toolor Flash programming device to the diagnostic link connector (DLC). Leave the ignition key in the OFF position. While the key is off, attempt to connect with the vehicle using your tool’s software. The programming software will show a status bar for 45 seconds while it attempts communication with the vehicle. Of course, the communication attempt will fail because the key is off! It will then ask you to turn the key off and on again as it again attempts to communicate with the vehicle. After this process completes the software will ask you if you want to make another attempt. Choose no to this query.

You are then asked to choose from a list of vehicles to communicate with. Typically, your choice on this page will be “all other” shown on the top of the list as the rest of the list are non-domestic vehicle models




The software will explain that you must provide some numbers from the actual ID label on the old PCM in order for the software to identify the vehicle you intend to communicate with. Use the actual PCM’s label shown here if Figure 1 to gain the information you need. As you can see in screen shot shown in Figure 2, there are three sets of data fields you can use. You need only use one of these data fields to get the job done. I use the Tear Tag number because it is the easiest. In our example, we take the YPZ2 shown on the PCM label in figure 1 and type it into the Tear Tag data field as shown in Figure 2.



The next screen shown will ask you to enter the VIN and mileage. This VIN information is important if your state has an OBDII inspection program requiring a VIN read from the DLC for positive vehicle identification purposes so do not skip this step.

Once the vehicle is properly identified as shown in Figure 3, you can use the normal PCM replace and program procedure. You may be asked to provide a couple of other pieces of information like tire size or whether the vehicle has four-wheel drive or not.



You also might need to perform a reset or relearn of the PATS vehicle security system if the vehicle is so equipped. This might require the presence of two transponder type security keys depending on the system the vehicle is equipped with. You can find this information for your particular vehicle as well as the methods needed to program the PATS security system by using the free downloadable guide located at