Chrysler Calibration file
My question is with a techauthority subscription can you still download calibration file for pcm?
i can't seem to find where you can download them. you use to could download them for free
I have not gone through the new process yet, but now you need a Techauthority subscription, along with a witech subscription. Then a $35 fee per vin per year for reprogramming. kb.fcawitech.com/index.php Here is a link with a lot of good info on how to properly set up all those subscriptions
You don't need a WiTech subscription. Just the regular, $27 TechAuthority subscription. techauthorityonline.extra.chrysler.com/service/mds200… I think that link will bring you directly to the download area. If not you can navigate there the usual way. If you're unable to get the calibration file you need, let me know. I downloaded nearly their entire library a couple of years ago so I…
That link is for dealerconnect, and is not available. I've just started wading back into the Chrysler flashing world, and it appears to be very different from the older days. I'd definitley be interested in how you're doing it with only the TA sub. My email is …
Go here: techauthority.com/en-us/login Buy a subscription to TA Follow the J2534 download instructions on the left. Next time I have to spend the $27, I'll take some screenshots. Its all pretty self-explanatory, though.
Thanks, I'll give that a try…
The “free” access calibrations where meant to be used for demonstration purposes and I guess they forgot about it or did not have it set up properly which allowed free downloading of as many cals as you wanted. Its was finally shut down around march I think. Was nice while it lasted! You will have to purchase the techauthority subscription now to download. Other then that its all done the same…
That my question if i purchase a subscription you can then download the file?
No, you need witech , tech authority, and a subscription for each vehicle
Nope. Just did a Caravan yesterday. TA is all you need. That said, if you are hell-bent on having a WiTech connection, you can get a Chinese MicroPod on WiTech v17 software, modify the registration routine and log on to TA with that. No other subscription need there, either. I do this all day, every day.
So once you have the file what interface you use to do the programming? It will be awesome for me to be able to do it that way
I use cardaq3 and the pre -2009 interface to flash still even for the 2009+ cars.
So what year make and model and also which calibration you are looking for?
Right now i'm just checking i have a 2014 Chrysler town country i think its needs a pcm I hate sending work away lol i want to thank everyone for the reply
Well, if you do need to flash the PCM and have the J2535 software, post up the 7-digit calibration number on the currently installed ECM and I'll check if I have the file available.
my email Jeff is … give me a shout if you want will exchange phone numbers i might take you up on that file thank you
Also, you could just purchase a used pcm with the exact same part number/calibration, change the VIN and you'd be all set .
I just wanted to do a follow up post Its a 2014 Town and Country 3.6 i order a used pcm the hardware numbers matched but the cal id didn't i was going to use a jbox to program it and change software id you can do this if you have the files since i didn't i decided to use Hp Tuner which worked out great i was able to use the software from original computer Thanks everyone for your reply Danny