Ners Blank Programming Error

Ignacio Engineer California Posted   Latest  
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2016 Nissan Maxima Platinum 3.5L (VQ35DE) (RE0F10H)
Blank Programing Failure

good day guys

BLANK ECM PART#23710-9HP9A

NEW CAL#23710-4RA1A

I'm working on a nissan maxima, trying to install the new calibration but is throwing and error, already check all accessories, disconnect fans and still getting a failure. 

RNDS_CAN_ALL_COMMON_STEP3_2_RC35

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John Diagnostician
Missouri
John
   

How did you get the new Cal ID#? It seems confusing to me, is there a different data base that makes it clear using the VIN#? New ECU ID:23710 4RA0A Applies to:A36 16MY VQ35DE NAM CVT 2WD 2WD VDC ASCD AUC New ECU ID:23710 4RA1A Applies to:A36 16MY VQ35DE NAM CVT 2WD 2WD VDC ICC IDM New ECU ID:23710 4RA1D Applies to:A36 16MY VQ35DE NAM CVT 2WD 2WD VDC ICC IDM New ECU ID:23710 4RA1E Applies…

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Ignacio Engineer
California
Ignacio
 

One friend told me to use that one, not sure because it was confusing to me to it was a lot of different calibrations for this car, you think is the calibration that is triggering the error

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John Diagnostician
Missouri
John
   

I don't know if that is the cause of the error or not, usually if the software cannot locate the file, it will not start the flash process. I have also seen it fail to start a reload with incorrect files selected. Did the original CAL ID# get documented anywhere?

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Ignacio Engineer
California
Ignacio
 

old cal# 23710-4RF1A, all data is in the right folder

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John Diagnostician
Missouri
John
   

How about 23710-4RA5B? Looks like the same vehicle specs as 4RA1A you used, updates to 4RFA0… too confusing, blank path. I think there is a way to run the #'s other places. Further looking at the xls file, the 4RA6B updates to the 4RF1A that matches the original cal id?

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Ignacio Engineer
California
Ignacio
 

That sounds about right, let me try that, thank you john.

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Oscar Diagnostician
Virginia
Oscar
 

This message normally is because one of the files for the ECM is not on the right folder, so the tool will not pick the file, and won’t finish the program/Calibration

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Ignacio Engineer
California
Ignacio
 

Let me check on the folder if I have the date in the right folder.

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Ignacio Engineer
California
Ignacio
 

Files are in the reprograming data

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Keith Diagnostician
Oklahoma
Keith
 

Step3 error is voltage stability, i am assuming it fails at the first 5 percent? Clean your battery terminals, unplug the cooling fans, and check that the DLC is white. If its black someone wired an additional unit in for a buy here pay here lot and those freak the voltage out as well.

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Ignacio Engineer
California
Ignacio
 

Yes it fails at the beginning is just at 0% and then throw the error, the dlc is white. I just put new battery and clean the terminals and I also unplug the eps. And same history, I dont know what else this car haha

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