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Immo OFF files/dumps – EDC15 – EDC16 — January 31, 2017

Immo OFF files/dumps – EDC15 – EDC16

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Immo OFF Supported List:

ALFA ROMEO

BOSCH EDC15C5-X (5 PLUG) – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C6 EURO 3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C7 EURO 3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16C39 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C39 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16C8 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C9 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C9 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M2.10.3 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M2.10.4 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M2.7 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.1.1 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.3.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.3H4 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.3H4 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MED 7.6.1 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MED 7.6.2 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI EEPROM 24C02 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI EEPROM 93C46 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI MFI 003BC2 MEM 59C11

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 18F.XX SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 18F.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 4Q-J-W MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8F.XX – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

APRILIA BIKE

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

AUDI

BOSCH EDC15M-5.X – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15M-5.X – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P-6 M.1037355944 – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V P40 EURO3 – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15VM+ – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15VM+ – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16CP34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U31 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M2.3.2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.2.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.X – Version 1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.X – Version 2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M5.4.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M5.9.2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.XX – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.X – Total IMMO OFF

DIGIFANT 3.2 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS1.X (1 PLUG) – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS2.X (2 PLUG) EPROM 27C010 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS2.X (2 PLUG) FLASH 29F200 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS3.X (2 PLUG) – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

BLAZER

BOSCH M2.8 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

BMW

BOSCH EDC15C4-X – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15M-6 DDE 3.0 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M 1.7.2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.5 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS BMS 46 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS MMS 50 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS MMS 52 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS MS 41.0 DME – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS MS 42 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

CHEVROLET

BOSCH M2.8 – Total IMMO OFF

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) – Total IMMO OFF

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

CHRYSLER

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5-5.3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5-5.3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5-5.5 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5-5.5 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

CITROEN

BOSCH EDC15 – PIN PROGRAMMER

BOSCH EDC15C2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C6 EURO 3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C7 EURO 3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16 – PIN PROGRAMMER

BOSCH EDC16C34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MA 3.0 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MA 3.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MA 3.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.4.4 – PIN PROGRAMMER

BOSCH ME 7.4.4 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 3.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 3.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 5.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 5.1.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 5.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 7.0 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 7.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 7.3 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.8 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BSI – C2

BSI – C5

BSI – XARA Picasso Year 2002

BSI – XARA Year 2003

KEYPAD PSA – Total IMMO OFF

LUCAS EPIC – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 1AF.13-14-15-16-17 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P.3X – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4MP.XX – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NP – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI G6 MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI G6 SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP. XX ALL VERSION – SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.20 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.40 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.41 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.43 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.80 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.81 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.83 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.90 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 6LP2.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8P.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM 2000 – Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM S2000 ECU – PIN PROGRAMM

SAGEM S200RPM – Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM SL96 TMS374 1x28F512 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM SL96 TMS374 2x28F512 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801 FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801A – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801A FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 803 – PIN PROGRAMM

SIEMENS SID 804 FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 806 FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

DACIA

DELPHI TRW – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SIRIUS 32 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SIRIUS 32 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS SIRIUS 34 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SIRIUS 34 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

DAEWOO

GM MULTEC (PLUG BLU & GRIGIO) EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG BLU & GRIGIO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG LIGHT BLUE) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG LIGHT BLUE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

KEMSCO D3 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS MCU TMS374 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

DAF

BOSCH EDC7CX – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MS 6.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

DODGE

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5-5.3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5-5.3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5-5.5 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5-5.5 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

DUCATI BIKE

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

FENDT TRACTOR

BOSCH MS 6.4 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

FIAT

BOSCH EDC15C2-6 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C5-X (5 PLUG) – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C6 EURO 3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C7 EURO 3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C8-1.31 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C39 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C39 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16C8 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C9 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C9 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M2.10.3 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M2.10.4 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M2.7 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MA 1.7.X – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 3.1 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.3H4 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.3H4 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.9.10 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.9.6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 3.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI EEPROM 24C02 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI EEPROM 93C46 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI MFI 003BC2 MEM 59C11

LUCAS DCU3F – Partial IMMO Remove

LUCAS EPIC MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 1AB.XX – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 1AF.13-14-15-16-17 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 1AG7.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P.3X – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 49F – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 49F – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 4AF.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4AF.XX -Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 4EF – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4EF – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 4GF – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4GF – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 4MP.XX – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4SF – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 59F Hybrid HW > Ver. 100 – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 59F Hybrid HW > Ver. 100 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 59FBTX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AF.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AF.XX – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NF.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NF.XX – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 5SF3 All Version – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5SF3 All Version – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 16F.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 16F.XX SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 18F.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 18F.XX SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1ABB.92 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AF.1G – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 4Q-J-W MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8F.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8P.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8P.XX SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 & D 6J3 – Remove ERG Controlls

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 (MPC555) – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6J3 (MPC555) – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6J3 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

FORD

BOSCH EDC15P – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P-6 MICRO 1037355944 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16C3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M3.8.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MSA 15.X – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

HONDA

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACHI P9L – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

HYUNDAI

BOSCH EDC15C7-X – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS S-11 1-5L DOHC – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

ISUZU

BOSCH EDC15M – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

IVECO

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C8 1.31 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C39 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C39 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16C39 FLASH – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC7CX – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MS 6.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MS 6.3 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

JEEP

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5 – 5.3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5 – 5.3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5 – 5.5 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.5 – 5.5 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

KIA

BOSCH EDC15C7-X – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS MCU TMS374 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS S-11 1-5L DOHC – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

LADA

BOSCH M1.5.4 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MP 7.0 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MP 7.3 – Total IMMO OFF

IMMOBOX for BOSCH MP 7.0 & 7.3

 

 

LANCIA

BOSCH EDC15C2-6 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C5-X (5 PLUG) – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C6 EURO 3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16C39 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C39 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16C8 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C9 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C9 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M2.10.3 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M2.10.4 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M2.7 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MA 1.7.X – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.3H4 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.3H4 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.9.10 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MP3.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC(PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI EEPROM 24C02 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI EEPROM 93C46 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

HITACI MFI 003BC2

LUCAS EPIC MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 1AB.XX – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 1AF.13-14-15-16-17 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P.3X – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 49F – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 49F – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 4AF – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4AF – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 4EF – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4EF – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 4GF – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4GF – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 4MP.XX – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4SF – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 59F Hybrid HW > Ver. 100 – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 59F Hybrid HW > Ver. 100 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AF.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AF.XX – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NF.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NF.XX – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 16F.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 16F.XX SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 18F.XX MCU – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 18F.XX SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1ABB.92 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AF.1G – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 4Q-J-W MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 4Q5 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8F.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8P.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8P.XX SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 & D 6J3 – Remove ERG Controlls

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 (MPC555) – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6J3 (MPC555) – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6J3 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

LAND ROVER

BOSCH EDC15C4-X – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15M-6 DDE 3.0 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.5 – Total IMMO OFF

MEMS MKC – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

LEXUS

NIPPON DENSO – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

MAN

BOSCH EDC7CX – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MS 6.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

MAZDA

BOSCH EDC16C3.9 – Partial IMMO Remove

DENSO – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

MERCEDES

BOSCH EDC15.5 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C0-X – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C6 – Partial IMMO Remove – Ver.1

BOSCH EDC15C6 – Partial IMMO Remove – Ver.2

BOSCH EDC16 – Partial IMMO Remove – Ver. 1

BOSCH EDC16 – Partial IMMO Remove – Ver. 2

BOSCH EDC16C2 – Partial IMMO Remove

IMMOBOX Siemens – MCU HC05

IMMOBOX TEMIC – Start Error! Sprinter MCU HC08

IMMOBOX TEMIC – Start Error! Vito MCU HC08

LUCAS MCU HC11E9 – Partial IMMO Remove

LUSAS – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS VDO REPAIR MSE H10 – Ver. 1

SIEMENS VDO REPAIR MSE H10 – Ver. 2

SIEMENS VDO REPAIR MSM 1.X – Ver. 1

SIEMENS VDO REPAIR MSM 1.X – Ver. 2

 

 

MERCEDES TRUCKS

TEMIC EEPROM 93C66 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

MG

BOSCH EDC15C4-X – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MEMS MKC – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

MINI

BOSCH EDC15C4-X – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS EMS 2 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS EMS 2 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

MITSUBISHI

BOSCH EDC15C3 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

MOTO GUZZI

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

MOTO MORINI

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

MV AUGUSTA

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5AM.XX – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

NEW HOLLAND

BOSCH EDC7CX – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

NISSAN

BOSCH EDC15C3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M1.9.5 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.5-6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.5-6 – Total IMMO OFF

DELPHI TRW – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

NISSAN TRUCKS

BOSCH MS 6.4 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

OPEL

BOSCH EDC15C3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15M – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15M – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M1.5.X – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M2.8 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.9.6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.X – Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG BLU & GRIGIO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG BLU & GRIGIO) EEPROM 27C256 – Total IMMO OFF

GM MULTEC (PLUG LIGHT BLU) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG LIGHT BLUE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG VIOLET) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MJD 6JF GM – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 & D 6J3 – Remove ERG Controlls

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6J3 – Total IMMO OFF

SIMTEC 56.1 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIMTEC 56.1 – Total IMMO OFF

SIMTEC 56.5 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

PEUGEOT

BOSCH EDC15 – PIN PROGRAMMER

BOSCH EDC15C2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C6 FLASH – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15C7 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16 – PIN PROGRAMMER

BOSCH EDC16C34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MA 3.0 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MA 3.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH ME 7.4.4 – PIN PROGRAMMER

BOSCH ME 7.4.4 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 3.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 3.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 5.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 5.1.1 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 5.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 7.0 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 7.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 7.3 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.8- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BSI – 206 Year 2002

BSI – 206 Year 2003

BSI – 307 Year 2002

BSI – 307 Year 2003

BSI – 406 Year 2000

BSI – 406 Year 2003

BSI – Boxter Year 1998

BSI – Partner Year 1998

IMMO Box – 406

KEYPAD PSA – Total IMMO OFF

LUCAS EPIC MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 1AF.13-14-15-16-17 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P.3X – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 48P.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 4MP.XX – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NP – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI G6 MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI G6 SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP. XX ALL VERSION – SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.20 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.40 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.41 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.43 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.80 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.81 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.83 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 1AP.90 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 6LP2.XX – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8P.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM 2000 – Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM S2000 ECU – PIN PROGRAMM

SAGEM S2000RPM – Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM SL96 TMS374 1x28F512 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM SL96 TMS374 2x28F512 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801 FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801A – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801A FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 803 – PIN PROGRAMM

SIEMENS SID 804 FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 806 FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

PORSCHE

BOSCH ME 7.1

 

 

RENAULT

BOSCH EDC15.X (1 PLUG) – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15.X (2 PLUG) – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC16C3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MOTRONIC MP 7.0 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.5 – Partial IMMO Remove

DELPHI TRW – Partial IMMO Remove

LUCAS DCU3R – Partial IMMO Remove

LUCAS DCU3R – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NR.CE1 Hybrid

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NR2-C2 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NR2-C5 – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI 5NR2-C5 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 6R.20 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 6R.30 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI IAW 8R.30 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SAGEM S200RPM – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS EMS3132 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS EMS3134 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS FENIX 1 MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS FENIX 3 MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS FENIX 5 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS HOM SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS SIRIUS 32 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SIRIUS 32 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS SIRIUS 34 (FLASH 29F200) – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SIRIUS 34 (FLASH 29F400) – Partial IMMO Remove – Ver.1

SIEMENS SIRIUS 34 (FLASH 29F400) – Partial IMMO Remove – Ver.2

SIEMENS SIRIUS 34 (FLASH 29F400) – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS SIRIUS 35 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

RENAULT TRUCKS

BOSCH MS 6.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MS 6.3 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

ROVER

BOSCH EDC15C4-X – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MEMS MKC – Total IMMO OFF

ROVER MSB – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

SAAB

BOSCH EDC15M – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

SCANIA

BOSCH MS 6.2 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

SEAT

BOSCH EDC15M-5.X – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15M-5.X – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P-6 M.1037355944 – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V P40 EURO3 – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15VM+ – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15VM+ – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16CP34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U31 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.2.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.X – Version 1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.X – Version 2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M5.4.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M5.9.2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.XX – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.X – Total IMMO OFF

DIGIFANT 3.2 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 16S.XX MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS1.X (1 PLUG) – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS2.X (2 PLUG) EPROM 27C010 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS2.X (2 PLUG) FLASH 29F200 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS3.X (2 PLUG) – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

SKODA

BOSCH EDC15M-5.X – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15M-5.X – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P-6 M.1037355944 – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V P40 EURO3 – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15VM+ – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15VM+ – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U31 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.2.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.X – Version 1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.X – Version 2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M5.4.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M5.9.2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.XX – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MSA 15.X – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MSA11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

DIGIFANT 3.2 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS1.X (1 PLUG) – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS2.X (2 PLUG) EPROM 27C010 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS2.X (2 PLUG) FLASH 29F200 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS3.X (2 PLUG) – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

SMART

BOSCH EDG15C-5.1 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MEG 1.0 – Partial IMMO Remove

 

 

SUZUKI

BOSCH EDC15C2-6 – Total IMMO OFF

DELPHI TRW – Partial IMMO Remove

LUCAS DCU3R – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MJD 6JF GM – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 & D 6J3 – Remove ERG Controlls

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6J3 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS SID 801 5WS4 – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801 FLASH 29F400 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801A (FLASH 29F400) – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 801A – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SID 803 – PIN PROGRAM

 

 

TOYOTA

BOSCH EDC16CXX – Partial IMMO Remove

NIPPON DENSO – Partial IMMO Remove

NIPPON DENSO D4D – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

VAUXHALL

BOSCH EDC MSA 15.6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15C3 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH EDC15M – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH M1.5.X – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M2.8 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.9.6 – Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG BLU & GRIGIO) EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG BLU & GRIGIO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG LIGHT & BLUE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG LIGHT BLUE) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & BIANCO) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) MCU – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

GM MULTEC (PLUG ROSSO & MARRONE) SWAP EPROM – Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MJD 6JF GM – Partial IMMO Remove

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 & D 6J3 – Remove ERG Controlls

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6F3 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI MULTIJET D 6J3 – Total IMMO OFF

SIMTEC 56.1 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIMTEC 56.5 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

VOLLKSWAGEN

BOSCH EDC15M-5.X – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15M-5.X – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15P-6 M.1037355944 – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15V P40 EURO3 – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15VM+ – EEPROM 24C04 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC15VM+ – FLASH 29F400 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16CP34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U31 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH EDC16U34 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M2.3.2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.2.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.X – Version 1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M3.8.X – Version 2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M5.4.1 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH M5.9.2 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MA 1.2.3 – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH ME 7.XX – Total IMMO OFF

BOSCH MSA 11 EDC1.3.1- Total IMMO OFF/Partial IMMO Remove

BOSCH MSA 15.X – Total IMMO OFF

DIGIFANT 3.2 – Total IMMO OFF

MAGNETI MARELLI 1AV – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS 1.X (1 PLUG) – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS 3.X (2 PLUG) – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS2.X (2 PLUG) EPROM 27C010 – Total IMMO OFF

SIEMENS 5WP4 SIMOS2.X (2 PLUG) FLASH 29F200 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

VOLVO

BOSCH EDC15.X (1 PLUG) – Partial IMMO Remove

GM DELCO

SIEMENS SIRIUS 32 – Partial IMMO Remove

SIEMENS SIRIUS 32 – Total IMMO OFF

 

 

VOLVO TRUCKS

BOSCH EDC7CX – Partial IMMO Remove

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Immobiliser Introduction – SYSTEM DESCRIPTION — January 3, 2017

Immobiliser Introduction – SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

Gasoline Version

The Immobilizer System containsa device with an integrated coil, termed ‘Active Antenna’, the crypto transponder, and the engine management system (EMS).

The Active Antenna is attached at the ignition lock and performs the following tasks :

  • supplying power to the transponder
  • receiving data from the EMS and transmitting it to the transponder
  • receiving and demodulating data from the transponder, transmitting it to the EMS

All of these tasks are managed by the EMS

Diesel Version

The Immobilizer System is made up of of an electronic device with integrated coil, similarly called ‘Active Antenna’, the ignition key-integrated crypto transponder, and the Immobilizer-Control-Unit (ICU).

The Active Antenna is attached at the ignition lock and performs the following tasks:

  1. supplying power to the transponder
  2. receiving data from the ICU and transmitting it to the transponder
  • receiving and demodulating data from the transponder, transmitting it to the
  1. ICU

All of these tasks are managed by the ICU.

System Integration

One model of the immobilizer, the med 98.2, allows the engine to start once a particular authorization is given during the start-up. This immobilizer gives permission for the engine to start by driving ON an internal solenoid valve. Likewise, it prohibits start-up by keeping that valve OFF.

The med 98.2 is a solo unit assimilating a subsystem which:

  • utilizes a valve that permits (open) or blocks (closed) the fuel to flow through the engine
  • a microprocessor which controls and activates the valve during engine start-up.This allowsengine use only once a specific permission is given.

This unit is also equipped with a basic set of parts that work to reduce the system’s dependence on the microprocessor. Apart from a brief moment during start-up, this unit allows the system to open the valve, but not to close it.

Deactiviating the KL 15 is the only method to shutting off the valve.

This characteristic allows for an optimal degree of safe operation. In the even that the microprocessor fails, the unit does not cause the valve to close. The basic result of this failure is a prevention of any proceeding engine start-ups.

characteristics show that med 98.2 immobilizer can only serve as a fully functional anti-theft device when used simultaneously with a control device, such as the ICU. When entreated, the ICU sends a previously-selected coded message to the med 98.2. Based upon this message, the med 98.2 allows or disallows the engine to start.

Though primarily an immobilizer, the med 98.2 also performs several diagnostic services when additional hardware is attached. External test instruments, such as SCAN-100, can be connected to the immobilizer to help provide this service.

HYBRID SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

HYBRID ENGINE IMMOBILISER SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

The immobilizer system is a theft deterrent system that determines whether or not to disable starting of the hybrid control system depending on a comparison of the key’s ID code and the vehicle’s pre-registered code. The immobilizer system compares the vehicle transponder key ECU’s pre-registered ID code with the key-embedded transponder chip’s ID code. If the ID codes do not match, the immobilizer system activates and the hybrid control system cannot be started. The transponder key ECU manages communication with the hybrid vehicle control ECU and power source control ECU. When the ID codes of the transponder chip and transponder key ECU match, the transponder key ECU authorizes the starting of the hybrid control system.

 

Starting hybrid system with key inserted into the ignition:

When the ECU in a hybrid system detects that the ignition key is turned to ON, the ECU produces a faint electrical wave, providing power to the transponder key coil. Once the key receives the faint pulse, the transponder chip gives out a key identification code. The key coil reads this code and it is amplified and transmitted to the ECU. If this code matches the previously programmed code, then the ECU switches the security indicator off, allowing the power button to be pressed and subsequently authorizes power in the vehicles various relays. .

The ACC, IG1, and IG2 relays all turn on. This signal turns the power switch’s color to amber, letting the driver know that they have properly authorized the automobile to start. The power source control ECU then sends a start-up signal to the hybrid control ECU. This code is confirmed and verified. If all of this is successful, the ECU bypasses the immobilizer and the hybrid control system starts up.

Starting hybrid system without key inserted

into the ignition:

Hybrids allow for the driver to start the car without inserting a key into the ignition. A certification output of the ECU accomplishes this, requesting a signal to the room oscillator. The room oscillator emits a signal that produces an area of detection within the vehicle. The key sends its code to the ECU via a receiver in the door. This certification code is meant to match the previously agreed upon code within the ECU transponder. If it does, the ECU switches the security indicator to ON. When the driver then pushes the power button, these matching results are transmitted to the power control ECU, authorizing the transition of the power modes. The relays all switch ON and supply power to the various power modes. At this point, the system turns the power button’s light color to amber, telling the driver the authorization was successful. Then the power source ECU transmits the all-go signal to the hybrid vehicle control ECU, which confirms the code. Once all these steps have successfully been accomplished, then the immobilizer is bypassed and the hybrid control system starts up.

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Immobiliser Introduction – FUNCTION DESCRIPTION —

Immobiliser Introduction – FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

An immobilizer is a system in an automobile that disables the ignition unless a specific key is applied or used. It is designed to aid in preventing vehicle theft.

The immobilizer unity is made up of two parts: a key containing an encoded transponder and an engine control unit (ECU) with identical coding to the transponder.

Once a key is inserted into the ignition and turned on, the ECU receives and decodes the code and, if a perfect match, turns over the engine. If the codes do not match, then the immobilizer does what it was named to do and disables the engine by damming the fuel supply.

Cases that requires immobilizer programming

  1. Replacement ECU. In this case, replace the every transponder of the key at once. Replace ECU – every transponder of the key should be replaced at the same time
  1. Replacement of the transponder Replacing the transponder
  1. Additional key or lost some keys
  2. Delete all codes for current or former keys from ECU
  3. Using the new key, clear transponder code and reprogram
  4. Program any additional or purchased keys.
  1. Lost every key
  2. Clear all stored key codes from the ECU
  3. Replace the key and key set
  4. Immobilizer programming

 

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Immobiliser Introduction – Part 4 —

Immobiliser Introduction – Part 4

Design Objectives

The Digital Signature Transponder was designed to be compatible to existing transceiver hardware, based on existing assembly standards and circuit blocks. This also made it so that the DST did not call for a change in automated production lines. These transponders were designed to:

  • have rapid transaction times in the challenge/response process
  • provide reliability in application in regards to the highly advanced supervision circuitry
  • maintain low power consumption, even with multiple gates for encryption
  • have minimal physical wiring
  • contain the smallest chips possible
  • contain cryptographic security at its highest level
  • keep the data processingeffort for the encryption key as low as possible

 

Encryption

In a theoretical sense, any encryption key is breakable. No password or system is perfect. But a key is considered secure if it cannot be broken or guessed in a reasonable amount of time while using reasonable resources. While the word “reasonable” is subjective, it is generally assumed that:

  • The thief will not spend more than just a few minutes in the car
  • The thief is not familiar with cryptoanalytical techniques
  • The key is not available for analysis for more than ten days

Scanning is generally the most direct approach to attacking a system. If one assumes that the thief transmit a random response to any challenge or question sent by the transceiver, then the tie taken to succeed, on average, is ts .

t s = R *2 ( rb-1)

Where rb is the length of the response and R is the repetition rate of the

security controller in seconds.

In this equation, if one assumes a repetition rate of 200 ms and a response length of 24 bit, then ts = 19.4 days.

Dictionary attacks can occur if the key or challenge was available to the thief for a short period of time. In these types of attacks, the thief builds a dictionary of responses or answers to the known key. While in the automobile, the thief sends his guessed responses in hopes that he hits the right one. If he does, the engine will start. However, a quick calculation shows that even if he knew the key for ten days and in that time built a dictionary at four responses per second, his calculated rate of success is still below 1%.

 

Cryptoanalysis is used by those thieves who possess knowledge of the algorithm. Using cyptoanalysis, they attempt to find the mathematical solution by discovering the encryption key once they know a limited amount of the challenge/response pairs. The primary method of combating cyrptoanalysis is DST, mentioned earlier.

 

Supervision Circuits

The DST has a number of supervision circuits installed into its system that act to protect its reliability. A transponder must pass several tests before it can perform a command. Each of these checks is vital for the locking process because if a page is accidentally locked, the transponder can be rendered useless.

Commands, addresses, and data received during the writing phase are checked by a 16-bit Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC), according to the CCITT standard. Programming voltage must be high enough for the right length of time to make sure the programming depth is reliable. It checks that there are the right number of bits, which verifies the framing. A Radio Frequency Limiter is applied to protect the internal IC circuitry against overload and as a means of Programming Supervision. When the limiter is saturated it means that enough power is available to ensure that voltage is high enough. The status of the limiter circuit is checked for about 800ms. If limitation happens during this time, then the charge pump is engaged. Subsequently, the RF Limiter is continuously checked. If the voltage drops for any external reason then the proper counter value is not reached, showing that the programming might not be perfectly reliable.

If any of the number of checks fail, then a message is sent to the reader drive to be evaluated. That message is also protected by the CRC to prevent any incorrect information from being exchanged.

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Immobiliser Introduction – Part 3 — December 22, 2016

Immobiliser Introduction – Part 3

  1. Standard Security Architectures using RFID

There are several different security systems on the market which use RFID transponders, each with its own benefits.

 

Fixed Code Systems.

The most widely used on the market, these systems rely on the unique identification codes stored in the transponders within a vehicle. A controller learns this codes and when the key is placed in the car’s lock cylinder, the code within the transponder is analyzed and compared to the codes the controller has stored within its memory.

 

Depending on the type of transponder, security of this type of system varies. One type of transponder is a “write-once” unit that is purchased unprogrammed. Readers/writers that are commercially available read the transponder’s code and program the new unit. In doing this, the fixed code has been perfectly copied and is undistinguishable from its source. Another type of system, True Read Only, are factory programmed and cannot be copied. While it is technically possible to emulate the data using radio, the design knowledge and effort required is tremendous.

 

Rolling Code Systems

These systems are not entirely different from the fixed code system. Their main characteristic is the time limit on the key’s secret code. This time window is generally one ignition cycle to the next. The transponder, of the read/write variety, is reprogrammed with a new secret. The key code is constantly changing, but this method still falls under the umbrella of static authentication.

 

Sometimes transponders fail or are inadvertently reprogrammed while away from the vehicle. In these cases, a failsafe is built into the system which ensures their reliability. If the need arises, a transponder can be resynchronized so the driver can still use their vehicle. These procedures are critically important for security systems such as these.

 

Password Protected Transponders.

These types of transponders give an easy path to mutual authentication. Operating like many password protected systems and accounts, the transponder within the vehicle will deny a key access to its information if an incorrect password is provided. The length of a password does a lot for its security and can be customized to give higher or lower security.

 

Like all passwords, if the transponder is available to a thief, it can be guessed. But the amount of time that could take is anywhere from a minute to many years.

 

Total transaction time for password protected systems can be less than ideal for many drivers, especially when the implementation of the system requires new hardware. This element makes this system impractical for many.

 

Combined Rolling Code/Password Systems

These systems use read/write transponders that are password protected. Timing and resynchronization, among other critical issues, are applicable and give this method a much higher level of security than a simple password protected transponder.

 

Crypto Transponders

These second-generation transponders, developed by Texas Instruments, find their basis in the half-duplex RFID technology of TIRIS TM. They are compatible with all standard RF interfaces within this product line.

 

System Overview

This crypto device, a Digital Signature Transponder (DST), utilizes the challenge/response system. The transceiver in the vehicle sends the key a 40-bit number at random. It uses Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) to send the challenge. In the key, the transponder shifts the code to a challenge register. For a brief period, the transceiver provides energy and its encryption logic generates a 24-bit response.

 

 

Before receiving a response, the vehicle’s security system calculates its expected answer by using the same algorithm and encryption key. Once the transponder answers, the system compares the expected answer and the given one. If the two match perfectly, then the security system is satisfied and the data is sent to the engine’s computer. If time is short, then the challenge and response can be generated beforehand and stored.

 

This system’s advantages should be evident:

  • The authentication process is dynamic as the response can be different each time it is used, dependingon the challenge.
  • The transponder cannot be copied
  • The encryption key is never communicated once the initialization of the transponder has occurred.
  • The encryption key cannot be released
  • If needed, the encryption key can be permanently changed or locked.

 

The power consumption of a transponder is important. They are elaborate micro systems intended to perform using very little power. Less than 1mA is consumed during a typical energy transfer allowing a capacitor to charge over long distances very quickly. Even during encryption, the standard of power consumption for a transponder is below 16mA, making its maximum read range comparable to average Read Only systems.

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Immobiliser Introduction – Part 2 — December 17, 2016

Immobiliser Introduction – Part 2

  1. Immobilizer System Overview

Four main components make up the key-based immobilizer unit. The transponder is the heart of the system. Battery-free, the transponder can be equipped with several different functionalities best suited to a vehicle’s specific needs. It sends data as a modulated RF signal. The transceiver and antenna coil provide the power for the transponder to function, generating and radiating a high frequency magnetic field. The signal, once demodulated by the transceiver, is sent to the controller, the final component, for data processing.

 

Two distinct RFID systems can be found on the market, set apart by their method of transmitting energy.

 

  • Full Duplex Systems.

In this system, the unit sends data similar to a telephone, in that the transponder can send and receive data and energy simultaneously. This is often accomplished using load modulation.

 

  • Half Duplex Systems.

In this method, the energy and data are sent one after the other, as done with walkie-talkies. The transponder stores the energy collected from the transceiver and sends the data once the energy is fully produced.

 

While these two systems obviously impact the physical design of the system, one is not superior to the other when it comes to automotive security.

 

  1. Cryptographic Background

When working with cryptographic immobilization, there are two tasks that the system must be able to perform: identification and authentication. The security system must be able to identify the driver and prove his identity. Cryptography provides multiple means of acquiring this information.

 

Knowledge

Authentication is achieved through the sharing of a secret. This method is incredibly common in other areas, such as passwords for email or social media accounts, or a PIN number for a debit card. This secret must be utilized as a method of proving one’s identity. In many areas, this method of authentication makes sense since keyboards and number pads are common place. The implementation of such hardware would be cumbersome and unwelcome by many motorists. This method also provides the least amount of security.

 

Biometrics

Unique biological characteristics offer a high level of security. Vehicles that require fingerprint, retinal, face, or voice scans in order to operate would make vehicles all but impossible to steal. The practicality of this method is very low, however, as hardware and technical complications are unacceptable for automotive use. Renting or borrowing cars in an emergency would also become infinitely more complicated, if not impossible.

 

Possession

Possession is the most prevalent method of authentication currently used in automobiles. In its simplest form, the driver possesses a key or remote that achieves authentication. While its security does not equal that of biometrics, higher security can be attained if the key contains a transponder device or a similar electronic tag that must match a tag within the vehicle in order to authenticate.

 

In each of these systems, authentication methods are limited in that they verify the identity of the key in order to proceed, but the key does not perform any checks in return. A mutual authentication process would allow the key to preform authentication of its communication partner in return, providing a much tighter security system for the vehicle.

 

Security of the vehicle can be improved even further by implementing a simple symmetrical algorithm referred to as a challenge/response protocol. The security system housed in the automobile verifies the identity of the key by communicating a challenge or question. The key would send its response, an answer to the question. A mutual secret must be known and shared by each component for a correct answer to be given. This concept has a number of advantages that increase security. During day-to-day use, the secret is not released and the responses needed to complete the exchange would vary for each use.

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Immobiliser Introduction – Part 1 — December 13, 2016

Immobiliser Introduction – Part 1

Abstract

Vehicular security needs are constantly changing. From the invention of the immobilizer system and on, security needs continue to increase. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is a widely used anti-theft system in vehicles. Its unique features offer solid security and cost less than many other technologies on the market.

This article reviews how the first and second generation of immobilizer systems functioned and compares varying levels of security. It then gives an overview of the newest technology: crypto transponders.

 

  1. Introduction

The immobilizer system was invented by Edward Birkenbuel and St. George Evans and patented in 1919. It was not until the 1990s, however, when a worldwide increase in car theft, made insurance companies take action. Many insurers in Germany began pushing for the installation of these systems and by 1998, it was mandatory in all new automobile designs. In other countries also, government agencies began facing the problem of vehicle theft and enforcing stricter laws on security.

 

In a very short time, the automotive industry produced many systems to help secure vehicles against thieves. Laws and methods varied internationally. Remote keyless entry was popular in the United States and France while Germany implemented far more transparent systems. With the RFID’s unique features, and its preexisting prevalence in the industry, small battery-free transponders were frequently used. These small tools set up high security for vehicles and a low cost.

 

OEM immobilizers quickly became the most prevalent. Statistical analysis from Germany companies confirmed the overwhelming success of this system. Vehicle thefts were down 90% when compared to cars without the immobilizers. Given its success, almost all European markets used this immobilizer on all new models of automobile beginning early in 1995.

 

No matter the level of technology or the statistical success of any security system, however, criminals don’t remain stagnant. With the resources and capabilities to study security systems, they can quickly learn to bypass and outsmart them. Therefore, security companies must remain vigilant and constantly rework the build of automotive security, staying ahead of the criminals. Key-based immobilizers have varying levels of security, but the new crypto-transponder surpasses them all, offering the highest level of security of any RFID device…

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What is car immobilizer? — January 14, 2016

What is car immobilizer?

The immobilizer is a set of parts that is charged with not run the engine of the car in case of theft. The system of coded key or transponder consists of the following parts:

1- Key On: The key inside has a chip, which has a recorded unique code. This chip does not use battery power and receives as it approaches the plate on through the receiving antenna.

2- Receiving antenna: This antenna is located in the trim of the ignition switch and is connected to the immobilizer module, the antenna is circular and must be very close to the key in order to connect with her.

Self locking
3- immobilizer module: is responsible for comparing the codes of the key with engraved in his memory, also to communicate with the computer and allow the engine ignition and injection if the codes are the same.

4- Computer engine: is responsible for the fuel injection and ignition of the engine, without the authorization of the immobilizer computer, the computer will not inject gasoline engine and the vehicle is locked.

How does the system work

Approaching the ignition key to the plate, the chip key starts transmitting the secret code is detected by the antenna, the antenna transmits the code to the immobilizer module, where it is compared with the one stored in memory and if it matches, the game engine is authorized.

Things to keep in mind with this system

We must protect the car keys with immobilizer, as are expensive to copy or recover if lost, usually the dealer to do it is necessary.

There are many differences immobilizer systems operating, but if the vehicle is immobilized, work about two seconds and turn off the panel showing a light that flashes indicating this situation, this warning light usually has the shape of a key.

Should not have two different keys with chip vehicles together on the same key as the antenna could capture the wrong code and the engine block.

 

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REPLACEMENT PARTS —

REPLACEMENT PARTS

DRUM STARTER: If for any reason it is necessary to replace the ignition cylinder, make sure to stop the transponder of the master key to the new key. Then you must code the secondary keys with the new key teacher.

Antenna: The antenna can be changed without problems. You do not need any specific procedure.

ECU MOTOR – DDS: Changing the control unit or system DDS diesel with a new, automatically encoded and can not be decoded more, so it can not be used in other vehicles. Central electronic immobilizer: can only be replaced by a new plant. Then it will be necessary to program the keys.

KEY / S SLAVE / S: The new keys must have transponder and must coded according to the procedure described above. Do not forget to encode all keys available.

MASTER KEY: the replacement of the master key is not possible. If only I was broken mechanical part, you can switch to another transponder key and continue to fulfill the function of encryption key.

SCANNER FUNCTIONS FOR MAGNETI MARELLI Fiat Palio / Siena
NOTE: In systems with electronic injection and enter the connector program Injection diagnosis.

A – FUNCTION CODES – Code of related failures:

ELECTRONIC KEY: Communication line interrupted with Central electronic immobilizer, unrecognized key, antenna or wrong code.

B- DATA FLOW FUNCTION
With this scanner you can see the following parameters in the function flow of data:

1- Electronic Key code
PROGRAM: The code is not memorized Central virgins..
NO PROGRAM: The two plants (Injection or DDS, and Immobilizer are virgins)

2 – UNIVERSAL CODE:
RECEIVED: ECU virgin
NOT RECEIVED: ECU not a virgin.

3 – ENGINE START

ALLOWED: The system is unlocked, the immobilizer is allowing startup. If the vehicle will not start, it is not problem immobilizer.
NOT ALLOWED: The system is locked, no output enable pulses to the injectors or solenoid activated stop. The key does not It was recognized or there is a problem with the system. View the status of light witness the board.

 

C- ACTUATORS FUNCTION: Start Emergency Code Card
If you select this item, a screen will appear asking the 5 digits the electronic code on the Code Card. And enter them on the button click OK and can you start the engine with any key alone for
this implementation. To re-start the engine after removing the contact will be necessary to repeat the entire procedure.
Remember: The key programming is done without intervention of any scanner or diagnostic apparatus in the first generation immobilizer.

ECU terminal depending on model:
PALIO / SIENA 1.6 MM SINGLE POINT ECU SPI TERM 1G7. 7
PALIO / SIENA MPI ECU 1.3 MM MULTI TERM 1G7. 7
PALIO / SIENA ECU 1.6 MM MULTI 16V 1AB / 1AF TERM.48
TIDE 2.0 20V MULTI Motronic ECU M2.10.4 TERM.47
BRAVO / BRAVA 1370 CC MOTOR TERM. 6
BRAVO / BRAVA 1747 CC MOTOR HITACHI TERM ECU. 88
BRAVO / BRAVA 2.0 20 V MULTI TERM M2.10.4 Motronic. 47
BRAVO / BRAVA 1.6 16V 1AB MM MULTIPOINT ECU / 1AF TERM. 48
ALFA ROMEO 145/156/166 2.0 TWIN SPARK MULTI TERM. 16
ALFA ROMEO 145/156/166 2.5 V6 or 3.0 V6 MULTI TERM. 39
ALFA ROMEO 156/145/146 JTD Turbo Diesel Common Rail TERM. 13

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