Reflashing Program from Subaru

Developer topics relating to software that reflashes or modifes ECU code and data

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Postby zigzagzok » Tue May 22, 2007 11:29 pm

cboles wrote:I'll definitely be checking these out. I should be able to write a J2534 DLL for the OpenPort as well.

Colby


bump any updates?... think those of us with the SH7058 ECUs are still waiting :cry:
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Postby gabedude » Fri May 25, 2007 6:53 am

gteclass wrote:
gabedude wrote:This is awesome.


And the understatement of the year award goes to... gabedude!

No seriously, I've been saying this since I found out about this project. Just about every car made after 1996 supports J2534. Universal flashing should be possible without dealing with all the processor specific crap that has been haunting us H8 owners. Mitsubishitechinfo.com lists every car except a select few as being flashable using the same tool and protocol.

The problem is that the mitsubishi tool is a few thousand dollars then you have to pay for a subscription to the techinfo site so you can use it for flashing.


The new standard requirs that OEMs provide the app for a "reasonable" price. Mitsu should come down on their price for their app. It is only until now that the enforcement of certain "open" standards has been put into place by the SAE.
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Postby jeongyun » Fri May 25, 2007 1:30 pm

What interface cable can we use with Subaru Reprogramming software?
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Postby Jon [in CT] » Mon May 28, 2007 2:11 pm

jeongyun wrote:What interface cable can we use with Subaru Reprogramming software?
Subaru says that any cable which supports SAE J2534-1 should work. An inexpensive cable which should work with Subaru 32-bit ECUs (i.e. ECUs which don't require a reprogramming voltage) was mentioned in the first post.

Subaru also recommends against using the Vista operating system (see http://www.iatn.net/nastf/oematrix.pdf#page=9).

I have Subaru's CDROM and I've attached a screenshot of the results of a search for updates to calibration ID (CID) A2UG000J, the base flash on the US 2007 STI.

The "Decryption keyword" business sounds ominous.
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22611AM411.jpg
Screenshot showing which .PAK file has an update for the 07 STI calibration ID A2UG000J.
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Postby Jon [in CT] » Mon May 28, 2007 2:20 pm

The ROM image for the base US 2007 STI (A2UG000J) is at http://forums.openecu.org/download.php?id=813.

The ROM image for the US 2007 STI after it's been updated to A2UJ000J using the 22611AM411 .PAK file is at http://www.enginuity.org/download.php?id=1844.

If anyone wants to look at other files, click here.

I've attached a copy of that .PAK file.
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22611AM411.zip
Subaru .PAK file which updates US 2007 STI to CID A2UJ000J
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Postby jeongyun » Wed May 30, 2007 11:28 am

Jon [in CT] wrote:
jeongyun wrote:What interface cable can we use with Subaru Reprogramming software?
Subaru says that any cable which supports SAE J2534-1 should work. An inexpensive cable which should work with Subaru 32-bit ECUs (i.e. ECUs which don't require a reprogramming voltage) was mentioned in the first post.

Subaru also recommends against using the Vista operating system (see http://www.iatn.net/nastf/oematrix.pdf#page=9).

I have Subaru's CDROM and I've attached a screenshot of the results of a search for updates to calibration ID (CID) A2UG000J, the base flash on the US 2007 STI.

The "Decryption keyword" business sounds ominous.


Thanks Jon.

So.. what about older models? I have USDM 2004 2.5RS.
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Postby g00fy » Tue Apr 08, 2008 12:26 pm

Resurrecting this thread... What ever happened with all this? Was anyone able to crack this open to gain good information? The reason i'm asking is I'm a 4EAT guy and I saw that this program allows flashing of the TCM... Is it possible this CD could be used to gain insight into the untouched and rare subaru TCM that nobody seems to know anything about? Or is it possible for somebody to pull the TCM files off here so they could be looked at to maybe get a little more info on what's going on in subaru's retarded TCM's?
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Postby ride5000 » Sun May 04, 2008 5:05 am

i have a copy of the cd.
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Postby g00fy » Sun May 04, 2008 12:47 pm

ride5000 wrote:i have a copy of the cd.


Can you pull any of the TCM files off it?
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Re: Reflashing Program from Subaru

Postby WJM » Tue Jan 25, 2011 12:23 pm

Bump on this.

I need an alternative to the tactrix V2 device. They break too easily.

I too would like to be able to open source TCM's for race/off road purposes.
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Re: Reflashing Program from Subaru

Postby TruSpeed Performance » Wed Jan 26, 2011 6:45 am

anyone feel like creating a torrent or ISO file of the CDrom so the rest of us can benefit??? :) Or group buy one to share??
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Re: Reflashing Program from Subaru

Postby prince » Sat Oct 26, 2013 6:46 pm

I can see this thread is pretty old but I am trying to flash my Subaru with the latest flash files
but there is no way I can order this CD from Subaru.
I checked on their website and while subaru says that the cost of the CD is 75$ plus shipping
when I tried to call the number has been disconnected it.
I talked to the normal customer support and they know nothing about Subaru reflashing softwate
Does anyone have the Subaru original CD with the flash files?
It does not have to be the latest.
I am trying to find it but no luck up to now
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