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Old 21-01-2022, 08:53 PM   #631
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You might wanna slow down, that's a pretty high speed to be travelling in your lounge room.
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Old 25-01-2022, 09:38 PM   #632
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While we wait for someone with a GTF Instrument Cluster who's willing to extract the special firmware... @Jakka - these are the "decoded" IDs that a Mk1 Cluster handles (reading the V850 document, the hardware register that deals with these is shifted 2 bits, and to be efficient, the programmers left the data that way - so you need to divide by 4 to work out the values):

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1D7 does not appear there - I reckon it's a bogus signal when the chip is first configured, especially because it's only 7 bytes, and these things are configured to always generate 8 byte messages. Sorry mate.
Ahh, might I point out that all of these CAN ids are received by the cluster, none of these are transmitted by the cluster - the 0x128, 0x330, 0x728 IDs are TX cluster IDs, but not in this list. Another list there must be!
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Old 25-01-2022, 09:44 PM   #633
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Yeah, I thought of that about 2 minutes after I had posted... And I checked. And I couldn't find any in the extracted firmware with either the real number, or the number multiplied by 4. And I'm not even sure your description of that is true, the cluster is a gateway, so it can transmit (some of) those in that function.
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What may also make your head hurt (it does mine) is the FGII signal configuration doesn't contain the CAN IDs that control the dials - unless it's the GTF specific file, which transfers data through the CAN bridge. They are well hidden.
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Oh, and 0x720 is there - and it "just" knows to add 8 for replies - so you won't find that one.
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Looks pretty cool but you don't want to get a speeding ticket so be careful..
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The question is... Does it work? Well, after fighting Forscan for a few hours (seems it doesn't necessarily like programming firmwares in devices that didn't come out of your car - I had to revert some saved config files to get firmware programming back!)... Yes, it does work:

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I stuck a slightly better [glare wise] picture in there. And yeah, that Cluster is made up from spare parts from a Terry SZ, a Mk1 G6E and a Mk1 5.0 FPV... All the really good stuff ended up in my car, but I had enough nice stuff left over to make a spare MKII Cluster
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What may also make your head hurt (it does mine) is the FGII signal configuration doesn't contain the CAN IDs that control the dials - unless it's the GTF specific file, which transfers data through the CAN bridge. They are well hidden.
So the firmware file I supplied doesn't make it work?

Also don't suppose anyone knows what IPC DTC u2024:56 (Control Module Cal-Config Data) means?
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Hi Superb, no mate, it works fine My comment was only to say that it's very complicated in how each part works. Which is why I have not posted (m)any updates. Your contribution was flawless though, thanks again, making that file available was priceless!
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