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Old 05-16-2011, 09:40 PM
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Default IFH-0009 cannot connect

Hi everyone,

I am new here and have just purchased a EDIABAS OBD2 connector with INPA v5 software. I receive an error ifh-0009 when connecting to the vehicle. I am using an IBM laptop running windows xp and connect via a usb serial parallel adaptor. I diable the com 1 and set the serial to com 1.

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IFH-0009: ECU isn’t connected or doesn’t respond

Reason 1: In the Ediabas.ini file, the interface is set to STD:ADS. However, you have
connected an OBD connector.
Solution 1: Modify the interface setting.
Reason 2: The ignition is switched off.
Solution 2: Switch the ignition on.
Reason 3: The device manager has been used to disable the FIFO buffer for COM1.
Solution 3: In the device manager (Windows XP: Enter “Start” “Control Panel”
“System” “Hardware” “Device Manager” Ports (COM & LPT)), and select
COM1 from the ports and under the “Port Settings” tab, select “Advanced”. There
must be a check-mark by “Use FIFO buffers” and the highest possible setting
must be selected for the receive buffer.
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I already try everything and check settings couple of times, but still geting error messages IFH-0009 & SYS-0012, running on windows XP, USB to OBD II cable INPA compactible...Any solutions?
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I already try everything and check settings couple of times, but still geting error messages IFH-0009 & SYS-0012, running on windows XP, USB to OBD II cable INPA compactible...Any solutions?
What car? What cable?
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Hi guys im having the same problem, Bought the kit from [Only for registered users... ]

Same error, Shows the engine and battery light in black but when i try to sync the EWS DME it comes up with same error.

Any other ideas have checked everything else.
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Hi,
Perhaps is a stupid check but, Did you turn off the windows firewall and antivirus?.
when I installed the software I got the same error.
I repeated all the installation steps after turning off the firewall and antivirus and finally it works.
Did you executed the API-Test?
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Thank I've had same poroblem.
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I have this problem when trying to connect to Engine, Steering sensor, and ABS/EWS
the other functions like ie. airbag works fine.

E39 / S62, tried two diffrent cables with same problem.

Tried the solutions in this post, still same issue, using XP & inpa 5.0 (tried in win7 - same issues)

Any ideas on troubleshooting?

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What differs that interface from ie. this one:

[Only for registered users... ]
that I'am using right now - configured as K-Interface.
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I had the same issue but found that my cable (said it was INPAS style) didn't have pin 7&8 linked so I had to solder in a jumper.
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