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Mqb mileage cockpit
18-02-2021, 20:07 PM, (This post was last modified: 18-02-2021, 20:10 PM by ltujustas.)
Post: #21
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
(13-02-2021, 20:32 PM)Subzdarg Wrote:  please REP an thanks then pm for pass or if link down

works fine on audi has audi option
VW/SEAT/SKODA PIN OUT

PIN 1 +12V
PIN 10 GND

PIN 17 CAN LOW
PIN 18 CAN HIGH

AUDI PIN OUT

PIN 3 CAN LOW
PIN 4 CAN HIGH

PIN 30 GND
PIN 32 +12V

Tool can only ADD KM / Miles to your cluster!

Required hardware:

1.China Clone VCDS V1 (ATmega, HEX-CAN + USB)
2. Original VCDS V1 HEX-CAN + USB has to be set to "dumb" mode. Uncheck the "boot in intelligent mode" box in VCDS Options Settings tab, then close and restart VCDS, then close VCDS again.



Next, open the VC Mileage Tool and check if it connects



NOTE: Virus / Trojan Warning



Some virus scanner will give you a trojan waring on this file.



EG checked on https://www.virustotal.com/ will give you 3 out of 70 scanners with a positive find:



Scanner Detected



Bkav W32.AIDetectVM.malware1



Cylance Unsafe



VBA32 TScope.Trojan.Delf


Stay safe and decide on your own!

after sometime it's just stops working biggrin  i have original brand new vcds. in rar picture of my vcds cable. And maybe solution to do faster and without crashing ? I need 200k and wait 25 days to boring biggrin biggrin owerflow or something like that software shows
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19-02-2021, 16:40 PM,
Post: #22
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
I can understand your pain with adding 200kkm, recently I've added 60kkm and it takes 8 [email protected]/h. But I have standalone solution based on arduino so stuff was working without any assistance. Maybe consider buying brand new dash - not so expensive now (at least for Skoda, VW and Seat).
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20-02-2021, 09:37 AM,
Post: #23
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
(19-02-2021, 16:40 PM)jacog Wrote:  I can understand your pain with adding 200kkm, recently I've added 60kkm and it takes 8 [email protected]/h. But I have standalone solution based on arduino so stuff was working without any assistance. Maybe consider buying brand new dash - not so expensive now (at least for Skoda, VW and Seat).
Yes i agree its the best option at the moment all are slow. as to laptop sleeping ive done 33k from 1.5k in 6days not once has it turned off make sure your laptop is not set to sleep after a certain time
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20-02-2021, 10:15 AM,
Post: #24
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
I doing on PC, and sometimes it's just crashes and stops countering. Dont know why, maybe I need to try another PC or laptop ?
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20-02-2021, 11:12 AM,
Post: #25
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
power settings on pc
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  • ltujustas
21-02-2021, 09:00 AM,
Post: #26
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
(20-02-2021, 11:12 AM)Subzdarg Wrote:  power settings on pc
same, sometimes just crashing sometimes it can work all night
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04-03-2021, 15:59 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-03-2021, 18:08 PM by juewa.)
Post: #27
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
Hi all,

can someone help me with the ESP_24 message?

CAN ID is 0x31B, is 8 bytes long and comes every 50 ms.

Byte[0] = Checksum:
temp = CRC8_8H2F(byte [1..7])
temp = temp XOR key dependent on counter in byte [1], see below.
Checksum = CRC8_8H2F(temp)

The 16 keys dependent on the current counter 0x00 to 0x0F seems to be 0x67, 0x8A, 0xAE,
0x22, 0x4D, 0xD0, 0x51, 0x80, 0x5C, 0xB9, 0xCE, 0x1E, 0xDF, 0x02, 0x2D, 0xD4.

Byte[1] has a cyclic 4 bit counter from 0x00 to 0x0F.

My question: how does the content works? There seems to distance and speed inside.
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04-03-2021, 20:14 PM,
Post: #28
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
Speed is 15-bit value on byte 2 and 3 but more important is 11-bit distance counter on byte 5 and 6. Little endian, bytes numbered from 0.
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04-03-2021, 21:57 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-03-2021, 22:24 PM by juewa.)
Post: #29
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
Velocity:
Byte 2 = 0x14 and byte 3 = 0x66 is more or less 200 km/h.

Distance:
I then incremented byte 6 every 50 ms by one. LSB is hold at fixed value. Just as a try.

However, the cluster shows only for about 9 seconds 200 km/h and then goes to 0 km/h

11 bit means that the three least significant bits are in byte 5 and the eight most significant bits are in byte 6?

And what is the ratio between velocity and distance? 1 m driven is how many increments in the 11-bit counter?

I analyzed further on the slowly rolling car. Byte 5 is start at ignition of with 0F. It counts then up on all 8 bits. That means the three most significant bits are in byte 6.

Byte 6:
Bit 0,1,2 = counter
Bit 4 = 1 (QBit Qualifier?)

Bit 3 = Overflow indicator? I will try futher later.
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05-03-2021, 06:49 AM,
Post: #30
RE: Mqb mileage cockpit
Well.. no success yet.

['0xb0', '0x0', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x1f', '0x0']
['0x32', '0x1', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x11', '0x0']
['0x43', '0x2', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x12', '0x0']
['0x21', '0x3', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x13', '0x0']
['0x17', '0x4', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x14', '0x0']
['0xf4', '0x5', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x15', '0x0']
['0x86', '0x6', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x16', '0x0']
['0x68', '0x7', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x17', '0x0']
['0x1a', '0x8', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x1f', '0x0']
['0xcf', '0x9', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x11', '0x0']
['0x87', '0xa', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x12', '0x0']
['0x46', '0xb', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x13', '0x0']
['0x55', '0xc', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x14', '0x0']
['0x50', '0xd', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x15', '0x0']
['0x7', '0xe', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x16', '0x0']
['0xcd', '0xf', '0x14', '0x66', '0x0', '0xec', '0x17', '0x0']

Also to start in byte 6 with 0x10 and count up to 0x1f does not work.

Any ideas? Help please.
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