Oh dear lord :OQuick one for you SDD pros.
I finally received my MangoosePro cable and got it running with SDD in a Win 7 Pro VM.
The first time I connected the cable to my X260 today was without it connected to SDD. The car beeped a lot and flagged up that the following modules had been disabled:
All terrain Control
Power Steering Control
Steering position Sensors
Pedestrian Impact Module
After a slight panic, I turned the car off, locked it and opened it after 10 mins, it had returned to normal.
Second time, connected to SDD this time, and following on screen instructions, the moment I plugged it in, the car threw the module errors again, but I was able to connect to the car and open the configuration, which I have saved down as a session. I did not have a power supply connected this time around, but the battery was fully green in SDD.
The modules also show up as error/disabled in SDD, but the rest of it seems to be reading the car OK.
So, should the cable do this or is it faulty?
I know I'm playing with fire a little here as I have no proper knowledge of how this should work, and I have no intention of making any changes without assistance, so any advice is gratefully received.
First things first try and Clear all DTC codes
However, this concerns me alot without going into SDD it has disabled module?The first time I connected the cable to my X260 today was without it connected to SDD.
This sort of tells me something is up with the cable which may be forcing the modules to go into protective mode? This is just a guess I may be wrong.....