ECU How to: Download ECU Client.zip Right click file, select "Extract All"
1. FIRST STEP open folder 0. Senselock > then double click on "InstWiz3" (Press next until it disappears) 2. SECOND STEP double click 1. Open Port (Press next until it disappears) 3. THIRD STEP double click file 2. and then 3. > one of them will install, the other will not Choose **INSTALL AS CLIENT)** 4. USB over network will now open automatically 5. Click servers > add server > input: sofakingtuned.asuscomm.com 6. Connect to "SFT Server" but must get individual password from SFT (CONTACT US for appointment) 7. Once connected icon shows green check mark) 8. Plug ECU device into PC (drivers will install) 9. Install "ECU CLIENT" software now - Once BitBox is open > Set device > select tatrix from drop down > check all 3 boxes - Select vehicle > search for "124" (search box in upper right corner) Select it, then press ok - Key in ignition > 2 clicks to run position DO NOT START **Make sure lights off, radio muted, fans off** - Press "Read" and follow onscreen prompts for on/off commands Process takes about 10 min When this completes, it will prompt you to submit your file to master? Say yes Then be asked to fill out all the information of your vehicle. Fill out ALL THE BOXES and press OK - Please put your name in the comments/Stage 1 or Stage 2
After that's complete > Select vehicle > search for "107" (search box in upper right corner) Select it, then press ok No press read, it will say "No file found on server, send to your master anyways?" Say "yes" Fill out ALL THE BOXES (Please put your name in the comments/Stage 1 or Stage 2) and press send
We will inform you that your ECU tune is ready, you will need to repeat steps 7-8 again. *Contact us for pw* With FID 107 still showing, press Write, you will see a list of vehicles, look for your name > select it > press ok Follow on screen prompts for key on/off. It will flash your ECU in about 2 min.
When finished, follow prompts (turn key off 15 seconds before back on) **Clear CEL** This is normal and happens from tuning the ECU (temporary communication loss)