I’d like to answer the questions for you guys:
“Possible to read and write 35160WT with VVDI Prog”
Tried with Vvdi programmer to reset eeprom chips on bmw clusters / odometers
But no matter how I try I can’t read ANY eprom soic 8 chips.
Then i tried a loose spare chip. Thinking if i can’t read out of circuit, i will know you have a vvdi or adapter issue
I’ve done that with 2 different Vvdi programmers.
None could read the chip off circuit or in circuit.
I’m sure i’m not trying to read a 35080WT
that’s the second eeprom on a bmw 6wb / 6wa cluster.
Strange thing here is, that cheap as crappy China tools can read both EPROMs but Vvdi can’t. Even though they’re bot on the supported eeprom list.
….. (tried a lot of methods online, especially helped from https://www.facebook.com/groups/xhorsetools/ many thanks)
Finally, I desoldered the chip and used the quick release chip adapter
VVDI Prog is able to read 35160WT, but cannot read it
Xprog, Enigma, Smoke and Codiprog can read those but not write, so have to use an emulator and an 160Dxxx chip
But i read a post when i searched something good on the web
CG Pro 9s12 can read and write 35160WT. Perfectly!
Need a extra 35160WT adapter and also to choose in options, you´ll have to connect this adapter on separate port…
CG Pro 9s12 and 35160WT:
BMW 35080 V5 (35160WT)