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    Default vectra c odometer correction what tool?

    hi all I have a Vectra c that needs odometer correction

    I have an obdstar x300m which I don't think will work but also have a carprog running v8.21 aoftware

    will either tool do it?

    if carprog can anyone give me any tips?

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    ok

    will my carprog do that then?

    I think I need a pdf or how to guide as it will be my first attempt?

    I take it I just need the clocks in order to make the change and de solder the corret eeprom?

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    Carprog should do it
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    Carprog is ok for the job.
    Vectra C has 93c66 eeprom under the mileage display. Desolder the chip from board.
    Mileage stored also in ECU or PSG16(2.2DTI).

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    So

    Desolder chip from dash and then my carprog clone should be able to do the job?

    When i do it il posg some pictures up before i go ahead to make sure what im doing is right or does anybody have a good link i can follow and see how its done?

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    doest need de soldering or can it be done with the chip still soldered to pcb?

    is this the same process for astra h as I have some astra h clocks to practice with aswell

    cheers

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    Desolder it mate
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    Ok so desolder and read with eeprom reader

    Maybe a silly question but how do i know what way round to place eeprom in reader pins for car prog?

    And then how do i go aboutfinding where in the read the mileage is stored and editing it?

    Cheers

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    Carprog will say what it is in km
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    Eeprom pin 1 is either marked with a dot or if one side is wedged angle with it facing you pin 1 is left side
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    What way round in the eeprom reader does the chip go or is it labelled/self explanatory when i try to read?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkenny View Post
    doest need de soldering or can it be done with the chip still soldered to pcb?

    is this the same process for astra h as I have some astra h clocks to practice with aswell

    cheers
    it is wrong astra H it is 35080

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkenny View Post
    What way round in the eeprom reader does the chip go or is it labelled/self explanatory when i try to read?
    Open your cable if it's not obvious and compare with this pin out



    Pin1 to pin1
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