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    16168625 BDFK can't find a Bin

    Bone stock 1993 C1500 305/4l60E 16168625 BDFK

    Trying to get Tunerpro set up for this truck. I've been searching all the sites I can find for the Bin for this ECU with no luck. Anyone know where to get one..or am I S.O.L and need to buy the equipment to read my stock file?

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    I looked through my crapola and I don't have that file. When you get a chance to read that file, please post it so we can archive it. Thanks
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    well you could probably read the file over the aldl port with my flashhack tool.

    i am pretty sure that ECM uses device F4 and is 64KB

    ALDL universal read tool

    go to the paramters tab

    set device ID to F4
    memory size 10000
    read start 0000
    read end FFFF

    go back to operations tab

    press read calibration

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedfreak78 View Post
    Bone stock 1993 C1500 305/4l60E 16168625 BDFK

    Trying to get Tunerpro set up for this truck. I've been searching all the sites I can find for the Bin for this ECU with no luck. Anyone know where to get one..or am I S.O.L and need to buy the equipment to read my stock file?
    I don't remember when or how I got the attached BDFK.bin file.

    dave w
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave w View Post
    I don't remember when or how I got the attached BDFK.bin file.

    dave w
    Bithoist approves this file!

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    BitHoist

    Here is the results of your BCC/Chip/Bin file!

    Processing file 16168625 bdfk.bin


    File '16168625 bdfk.bin'
    Address: 0x0,0xffff
    CRC: 0xe237c2bf
    Mask ID: ??
    ID byte: 0xE6
    Sum word: 0xbcf3
    Sequence: None (00000000)
    Scan ID: 6175
    BCC: ANR8198
    BCC: BDFK6003
    BCC: BRCZ6250

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave w View Post
    I don't remember when or how I got the attached BDFK.bin file.

    dave w
    Thanks a lot! Any way to add that to this thread with the other bins?

    http://www.gearhead-efi.com/Fuel-Inj...Information-E6

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    You guys are awesome! I'm sure I'll be around with a bunch more questions as I try and figure this stuff out. My cable should be here tomorrow...fingers crossed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1project2many View Post
    Bithoist approves this file!

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    BitHoist

    Here is the results of your BCC/Chip/Bin file!

    Processing file 16168625 bdfk.bin


    File '16168625 bdfk.bin'
    Address: 0x0,0xffff
    CRC: 0xe237c2bf
    Mask ID: ??
    ID byte: 0xE6
    Sum word: 0xbcf3
    Sequence: None (00000000)
    Scan ID: 6175
    BCC: ANR8198
    BCC: BDFK6003
    BCC: BRCZ6250
    Why isn't there a mask ID? I'm assuming since its a 8625 any of the known masks for those should work?

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    Mask ID for BDFK is E6 or $E6, which is defined in the .bin file.

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    The Mask ID shown by Bithoist isn't read from the .bin. The Mask ID is determined by looking at the locations of specific tables then matching them up to a template of sorts. The ID Byte is read from the file. This allows a calibration which has had the Mask ID set to $AA to potentially be identified correctly.

    Here's Ludis's comments: "This version knows about 131 different masks, plus 44 mask ROMs (26 C3
    ECM's worth). For all except six of the masks, BitHoist checks much of
    the PROM image for a specific bit pattern. If this doesn't match, then
    the PROM is not considered to be of that mask. BitHoist can also spot
    388 "stock" chips.'

    More info here:
    http://www.diy-efi.org/gmecm/archive.../msg11724.html

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