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Old 01-29-2019, 04:14 AM
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Default Help me build a ZCS to support L322 Range Rover in INPA

Hi there, long time lurker, first time poster.

I've been digging around trying to figure out how I can use INPA on my M62tu equipped L322 Range Rover.

I've seen vague posts saying people have successfully connected to the RR with E53/X5 settings in Inpa. I've modified the INPA cfg file to support the E53 but I cannot connect to any of the modules. Upon further digging I believe the ZCS/ZST file formatting doesn't quite match.

A previous thread on this forum posted information regarding the EDIABAS coding for the L322 Here: [Only for registered users... ]

Unfortunately the meat and potatoes of the thread (trace route, nfs examples, zcs samples, and screen shots) have seemingly gone by the wayside do to the age of the thread.

There is however enough data that makes me believe I can modify the "E53ZST.000" file to contain the L322 functionality, or most of it. I simply need to understand the formatting.

The data in the afore mentioned thread shows L322 formatting as follows:

; GM key data
XXXXX A0000000 0000000000000000 0000000000 1 L30
; Engine types - only use one of the following per car
419SF 01000000 0000000000000000 0000000000 1 M57_DIESEL
415SF 02000000 0000000000000000 0000000000 1 M62_PETROL
XXXXX 03000000 0000000000000000 0000000000 1 AJV8
XXXXX 04000000 0000000000000000 0000000000 1 LIONV8
; 05000000 0000000000000000 0000000000 1 <NOT USED>
; 06000000 0000000000000000 0000000000 1 <NOT USED>

Similar data from the E53ZST.000 is formatted a bit differently:

FB32 81320080 0000000000040204 0000000001 1 M62B44 RL /X5 4.4i RHD // Einsatz 07/00 bis 09/03

H FB33 V1097 81330000 0000000000000000 0000000000 1 M62B44 LL US //X5 4.4i US

H FB33 V0898 81330080 0000000000101A05 0000000001 1 M62B44 LL US //X5 4.4i US

H FB33 V0799 81330080 0000000100141A05 0000000001 1 M62B44 LL US //X5 4.4i US

H FB33 V1299 81330080 0000000184900A05 0000000001 1 M62B44 LL US //X5 4.4i US

I believe that I can swap in the information from the L322, I am however unsure if I should do so as a "H FB33" or use the "H L322." I also am unsure what other items need to be modified. What is the "V1299" signify? Is it simply a version control, or is it a reference to an addressing/Pid request table?

I've been working with ECU programming for almost a decade so I'm familiar with hex editors and bosch engine control theory. But I'm struggling to quickly familiarize myself with this process, especially with so little information out there in regards to the Range Rover BMW. It is in truth a BMW. The T4 software even used EDIABIS so I would think there is a way to make the software work. Especially considering the numerous config files that are unencrypted, and seemingly easily manipulated.

Any help or direction any of you can provide will be greatly appreciated.


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Old 03-04-2019, 09:12 PM
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A bit late but better than nothing...

The reason is the BMW tool does not include SP data for L322. This is needed for coding and flashing. L322 was running under L30 and BMW has just released some Inpa scipts end of year 2000 in very early Win98 installations but never seen coding data.
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