3.6 SYS-0002: ECU OBJECT FILE NOT FOUND
Reason 1: If the external table T_GRTB.prg doesn’t exist in the directory C:\EDIABAS\ECU\
the error message will be displayed when You execute the job
IDENT_FUNKTIONAL of a functional SGBD.
Solution 1: You have to download the external table using the ECCO Web Export and copy it
in the directory C:\EDIABAS\ECU\.
Reason 2: The SGBD, which You want to start doesn’t exist in the directory
C:\EDIABAS\ECU or is an old one.
Solution 2: You have to download the SGBD using the ECCO Web Client and copy it in the
INPA installation and trouble shooter guides...
Right, been fiddling a bit more with this and I found that Tool32 sort of connect to the DME. Basically, I started Too32 and loaded the DME file (DME331K20).
No idea what I was doing there, is not very user friendly and the fact that all tests are in german didn't help either. Anyway, I was able to recognize values for lambda, water coolant temp and few other things.
There's a shed load of tests there, some I could run, some returned that same error: "data transmission to control unit disturbed". But at least it connected to the ECU to some of the tests, which is more than I can say about INPA.
Now, apparently, this DME file is for 2.5 M50 with EWS. My car wasn't fitted with an EWS system, so perhaps I should try looking for a file specifically designed for this type of cars? An older version, probably, like DME330, or something..
What do you guys think?
OK, does anyone have this "T_GRTB.prg" file? Apparently, it should have been installed in EDIABAS\ECU but it hasn't.
Thanks bud, appreciated! Any chance you'd have the dme331.ipo as well?
Never mind, found them! Cheers!
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