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HSV Gauge control unit.

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by Kalle, Mar 10, 2020.

  1. Kalle

    Kalle New Member

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    Hi,
    Does any of you have a eeprom dump of the High Range ( E2 ) control unit ( VDO Blackbox??
    I have an 1. gen Blackbox ( low range ) and have copied the eeprom data from it - my task would be to try reprogram it and put a set of High range gauges on to see if this would work....but need a copy of the eeprom data from the newer Blackbox.
    Eeprom is a ST95320 and is located right beside the yellow connector.

    Regards Kasper
     
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    ive had mine done by vdo here so it should work, the data is not possible to get as its locked by HSV so unfortunately i cant help there as i dont have the ability to read it myself
     
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    Hi 07GTS,
    Thanks for the info - I'll try and give them a call. The program itself to program these units costs a staggering 3000 US$ made by Siemens for there CANcockpit series ( same as used in Commodore VE HSV cars ).
    But the eeprom shuld be able to read - HSV cannot lock that ;o)

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    Hmm, easyer said that done - no one in Denmark can program these VDO CANcockpit units ;o(.
    If anyone did have a copy of the Eeprom I'd love to have a copy of it ;o))
    Regards Kasper
     

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