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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlsLQ9SS View Post
    '04 Corvette M6 os12587603.bin (1.00 MB) I am looking for one that will work with a 5.3 and a nv3500. Doing a ls swap on a 66 gmc pickup and need a bin file for a manual transmission. My pcm is a blue and green service number 12589463. Will the one I pasted here work for me?

    Thank you, Carl E.
    OS 12587603 for a 2004 Silverado with a 5.3(LM7) setup for a manual transmission. If you plan to run flex fuel then you would want an L59 engine segment rather then the LM7. You will need to readjust things related to the speedometer such as the VSS PPM as they are still configured for an auto trans.

    The engine segment is for a stock engine as far as I'm aware and still has all emissions enabled as well as torq management and is configured for a DBW throttle.
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    Thank you, very much appreciated!

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    Just getting started on the LS Droid, doing a junkyard 4.8, 4l60e swap. The PCM I have is displaying OS 12579405. I have tried a couple different XDFs but I keep getting an error when trying to write the calibration back to the PCM. Wondering if I need a 12579405 specific XDF?
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    Two things....

    1) The XDF and the OS number MUST MATCH. Even if the OS is 1 digit off it won't work. Unless an XDF is labeled that it supports multiple OS's it will only work CORRECTLY with the OS that it matches. Just because Tuner Pro doesn't know the difference and give you some error message doesn't mean it will work.

    2) I see the file your trying to flash a file labeled as a COS. You would need to acquire a matching and complete version of that COS in bin format in order to use that XDF. You can't just use the XDF on a stock BIN and expect it to work, it's a modified operating system and is not compatible with a stock OS. The reason I say you need a COMPLETE version of the file is because the way that OS was done with the commerical software that created it was it writes the OS to the PCM then has you import your existing calibration data and instructs you to finish populating the new tables the OS created. Since tuner pro does not give you a way to import calibration data from another file and assign things at specific addresses in the bin file the only way you can use it is if you are starting with a complete version of the COS that already has all the calibration data setup.

    You also can not flash a COS as a calibration regardless of how small the change you made was, it would need to be flashed as an OS+Calibration. COS's change the address mapping of calibration data and even extended calibration data outside of the area GM uses for calibration settings. Because these address changes are specific to each type of COS the only way to ensure you flash the file correctly(and completely) is by flashing the entire PCM.

    If all your doing is an actual junkyard swap there is no reason to use a COS, flash the PCM with the 122112156 OS like every one else does and call it a day.

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    I found a '04 C1500 5.3L os12587603_test1.bin and a OS matching XDF file Operating System 12587603 - 1Mb PCM - 2004 model year. loaded into tunerpro rt and Disabled VATs. Still getting an error when trying to do a OS_PLUS_CAL.

    Here's my LSDroid WriteLog

    6CF01068009F




    6CF01067012B5C3E

    6CF0106702344B


    6CF0107F340005BAFF91229D

    NODATA

    6CF0107C0A00BFF24D15

    6CF0107C0A00BFF24D15

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    PM me a copy of the bin file you initially read from the PCM. I would say post it here but an unsupported OS isn't one we need in this thread.

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    Hello,

    I just wanted to say, that I was able to load a new OS, and XDF on to my 896 pcm. All I did for now was turn off VATS, it will be a little while longer before I have my harness done to verify.

    Thank you to everyone who has put their time in to this, and making it work!!! This is a huge help to me.

    Stampede.

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    i am also new to LS droid , im having a problem with my first attempt to even read the ecm it starts the stops very soon and only displays a "?".

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    I have been over my harness 3 or 4 times double checking it , not sure if the computer is bricked or i have a harness issue of some sort

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    Did anyone ever have any luck burning/reading/flashing the chips from ls pcm using tuner pro xdf/adx files.I'm asking because I didn't see a cheap cable for doing this.picked up a 0411pcm os12201281dbc for $20 from 2001 Tahoe.if it's as simple as obd1 with burning chips I plan to make a harness.have a method for 1x cam signal.possibly use BBC 24x crank ring and adapt it to my front balancer. be nice to be able to use this pcm for any engine.any advice appreciated. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by S.O.B.B. View Post
    Did anyone ever have any luck burning/reading/flashing the chips from ls pcm using tuner pro xdf/adx files.I'm asking because I didn't see a cheap cable for doing this.picked up a 0411pcm os12201281dbc for $20 from 2001 Tahoe.if it's as simple as obd1 with burning chips I plan to make a harness.have a method for 1x cam signal.possibly use BBC 24x crank ring and adapt it to my front balancer. be nice to be able to use this pcm for any engine.any advice appreciated. Thanks
    Yes, and that's what this thread is about. :)

    For PCs: http://pcmhammer.org
    For Android phones: http://ls-droid.com

    I've flashed my C5 about 20 times now with PCM Hammer, and I have a couple of PCMs on my desk that have been flashed at least as many times. I don't advise anyone to use it on their daily driver just yet, but we're getting there.

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    Thanks.I guess I should have been a little more specific.if I remove the chip and use an adp-019 (psop44 to dip32) to read it in my GQ4x4.then use the tunerpro xdf to make changes and reflash the chip and reinstall in pcm via surface mount zif.I ask this because I have most of this stuff already. I Do not own a cable to flash or read pcm through obd2 port.I do have a maxidiag obd2 reader that gives me o2 sensors.short and long fuel trims.iac.tps.etc so I can read live data.just want to be sure the files will work the same by reading/editing bin from the chip burner.I have a couple xdfs and looked them over.I don't have one for os 12201281which is what's on the service label.am I out of luck if I can't get that xdf.haven't seen one in searching.easy enough to go get another pcm with more supported os.lots at the yard I use.appreciate the help.
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    To use the bin file pulled from the lifted chip you will have to byte swap the file. Swap odd and even bytes. Some chip programmers have that built in.
    You will have to byte swap the bin file before opening with tunerpro and byte swap again after you save it with tunerpro.

    I can only recommend chip lifting for recovering bricked pcm. An OBDLink cable is not that much and will serve you well for other pcms too. Changing to xdf supported OS is a breeze with it. And caldata write takes less than a minute.

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    Thanks for that info.didn't know that the cable was not so expensive. But searched and found that the gq4x4 does have byte swap.I may try it this way just to see how difficult the soldering is.but thanks for your time.
    Jeeper
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    I picked up my obdlink SX cable for $20 off Amazon. Why mess with soldering over a $20 cable.
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