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Re: 89 200TQ Boost Dump
> From: "Linus D. Toy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Mon, 02 Dec 1996 16:38:00 -0800
> Subject: Re: 89 200TQ Boost dump
> The '91 200q Motronic ECU comes with sockets (as did the earliest S4s)...
> and Ned replaces them with his own scrambling device/socket--his chip goes
> into this "socket" and is useless otherwise (but I wonder if you couldn't
> desolder his device and pop the whole kit-and-caboodle -- device and chip --
> into an EPROM reader ?). btw, after watching Ned desolder those sockets, I
> agree with what you write--it don't look like a lot of fun, even with Ned's
> vacuum desoldering device.
or you could simply wirewrap and adapter that did the same thing.
ways to 'scramble' the info is to swap address or data lines... I
want to subject _my_ ECU to more than one cycle of de-soldering - too
to lift traces... we've got a _very_ expensive de-soldering station here
and I would be fairly reluctant to do it myself.
> At 11:23 PM 11/26/96 -0800, Orin Eman wrote:
> >Maybe we can negotiate with Ned to socket ECUs since that is the
> >part I certainly don't want to do. Once the EPROM is in a socket,
> >the rest is easy. Or I suppose I could hit the yellow pages
> >to find a local company that can do this job.
there's a company I know of that would do it as a lot I'm sure - they do
a lot of prototyping for us.