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Thanks Benjamin I glad it's working out for you.

If anyone wanting to make one of these is'nt sure just send me a message or posting here would be more beneficial to others and I will help you out the best I can. There are loads of different converters and cables on the market some are easier to get working than others due to driver issues and knock off chips etc but I'm happy to help I'm not very active on here these days but will reply eventually haha.

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Hello,

I have follow the instructions but it doesnīt work for my R6 2010.
I tryed whit this cable, who has the 5V logic level and ledīs to see the Rx and Tx transfer: Gearmo USB to 5v TTL Header Like FTDI TTL-232R-5V

I swaped the Rx + Tx signals but the software canīt read something from the ECU. At the converter I only see for one second some lights. Driver is installed correctly.

Do I have to connect the CTS signal to the ground? Could it be that I have to look which modell of Yec ECU I have, maybe I use the wrong basemap file on my software?

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Hello,

I have follow the instructions but it doesnīt work for my R6 2010.
I tryed whit this cable, who has the 5V logic level and ledīs to see the Rx and Tx transfer: Gearmo USB to 5v TTL Header Like FTDI TTL-232R-5V

I swaped the Rx + Tx signals but the software canīt read something from the ECU. At the converter I only see for one second some lights. Driver is installed correctly.

Do I have to connect the CTS signal to the ground? Could it be that I have to look which modell of Yec ECU I have, maybe I use the wrong basemap file on my software?

Thanks in advance
Connect the cts to ground some cables I have used needed that to work. And others don't.
Give it a go let me know if it works.
The base map doesnt matter to much as long as it's 08+ cause when you read from the ecu it overwrites all the tables with what is in the ecu.

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Works fine now. I have connect the cts to the ground.

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Great thread,
I bought the board and soldered the wires.
The USB Driver loaded fine.
However, when I connect the cable and try to read the ECU it simply says...
"No response from ECU"
there is a flash of light on the board but thats all.
I then, connected the CTS wire to ground and tried that...
Any Ideas??
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
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Great thread,
I bought the board and soldered the wires.
The USB Driver loaded fine.
However, when I connect the cable and try to read the ECU it simply says...
"No response from ECU"
there is a flash of light on the board but thats all.
I then, connected the CTS wire to ground and tried that...
Any Ideas??
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Gavin
Try swapping the transmit and receive wires they might be backwards.

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Try swapping the transmit and receive wires they might be backwards.
So I swapped the Tx & Rx but no change, Blk is deffinantly to Gnd...
Still annoying me!!!
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Try swapping the transmit and receive wires they might be backwards.
So I swapped the Tx & Rx but no change, Blk is deffinantly to Gnd...
Still annoying me!!!
Have you got the come port set up correctly? As in correct buad rate etc

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