Program Citroen Beringo 2012 Key by Lonsdor K518ISE

Lonsdor k518ise key programmer has successfully read pin code and program key on a Citroen Berlingo year 2012.



Connect K518 host with vehicle via OBD diagnostic socket

Select Immobilizer->Citroen->Berlingo->Read Pin Code





Turn ignition switch on

Current progress 40%

Turn ignition off



Turn ignition on



Current progress 60%

Turn ignition off

Turn ignition on again

Current progress 80%

Turn ignition off

Turn ignition on

Lonsdor K518ISE read pin code success


Back to menu, select from vehicle->Berlingo->Immobilizer->Type 2->Program key






If K518 shows communication failure error means you have selected the wrong immo type


Go back and select immo Type 3


Communication success. Lonsdor K518 read vehicle information, VIN, PSA number etc successfully


Enter pin code to access


Turn ignition on then off within 15 sec


Program completed.


Test the new key and start vehicle.


Read Corsa C Pin Code and Reset ECU with FVDI

FVDI Opel abrites commander has successfully read pin code and reset ECU on a Corsa C  Bosch 7.6.1.


Make good connection between FVDI, laptop and vehicle

Run FVDI software


Select Opel-> Software version V5.8

Open Loader

Connecting to the interface
Select Program Function->Read Security Code

Select vehicle model: Corsa C

Engine Z12XEP
Bosch 7.6.1 16v

Read security code success


Select Engine Control Module KWP


FVDI2 Opel will display vehicle information, VIN, part number, engine type etc

Click on Reset Engine


Accept warning message

Enter security code to access


Click on Security Access




Reset engine again

Close current interface

Select Engine Control Module KWP

Select Data display


Reset engine success.


Lonsdor K518 Program Nissan Rogue 2010 Key

Lonsdor K518ISE key programmer was used to program immobilizer key for a Nissan Rogue year 2010, I found extra menu and a few new options, BCM to pin was done automatically.  No need to pic converter, no token, easy instructions. More options for smart key then other programmers.
Connect K518ISE host with vehicle via OBD diagnostic socket
Select Immobilizer->Nissan->Select from type->Immobilizer->Electronic Key (E0)->Add key
Insert working key to turn ignition on
Lonsdor K518ISE automatically read BCM code and PIN
Insert new key and turn ignition on
Turn ignition off
Repeat IGN ON/OFF for twice
Program success.
Follow Lonsdor K518 prompt to program next key. Very easy.
I also added smart key on an imported Nissan and other models, no need for hazard light to be on.. Over all experience with Nissan was good.

How to change Mileage on VW Polo 2006 VDO with OBDSTAR H110

We’ve tested OBDSTAR H110 VAG key programmer / mileage programmer and confirmed it’s working. Here is the test report.
Date: Feb. 7th, 2018
Tech support: professionals working for
Device: OBDSTAR H110 Immo and Odometer programmer
It is a new device designed for VAG dashboard odometer correction (incl. MQB and NEC+24C64 2014-) and key programming (incl. VAG-I+C Immobilizer).
Car: 2006 VW Polo
Test procedure:
Upload photos…
Dashboard status
Connected to Obdstar H110 odometer correction tool and power on
Select a car for odometer correction
VW V31.59
Loading Obdstar H110 VW software…
Select from vehicle
VDO K line
Reading mileage…usually 2-5 minutes
Check and confirm Current mileage: 4192km
Polo dashboard displays the mileage: 4193
Input the new mileage: 20000
Adjusting mileage…usually 2-5 minutes
Finish odometer correction
Polo dashboard displays the new mileage: 20001
Result: Obdstar H110 VAG worked good in odometer correction

Program Key on Ford Focus 2013 with Lonsdor K518ISE

New feedback: Lonsdor K518ISE key programmer added an immobilizer key on a Ford Focus year 2103 middle east model.
Connect K518 host with vehicle via OBD diagnostic socket
Select Immobilizer->Ford->Focus->New Focus->2011-2013->Immobilizer->Add key
Insert new key and turn ignition switch on
Lonsdor K518 detect keys programmed:2
Configuring system…
Reading pin code
Read pin code success
Configuring system
Lonsdor K518ise displayed key numbers programmed successfully
Program completed

How to use Lonsdor K518 to change Jaguar XJ 12 mileage

Lonsdor K518ISE key programmer is able to change mileage on Jaguar XJ, F-type, and XE 2015 up (some pre-2015) models. Here’s demo guide on XJ year 2012 (Middle East model) odometer correction with K518ISE by OBD.
A Jaguar XJ year 2012 running 157,999 km.
Connect K518 host with vehicle
Select Odometer Adjustment function->Jaguar->XJ->Odometer correction
Turn ignition on
Manually enter mileage you desired, i.e: 141,000 km and confirm
Change mileage in progress
Dashboard instrument turns black during the procedure, it is normal. When change km is done, it will reset instrument.
Jaguar XJ mileage correction is done.
Turn ignition off and on
Lonsdor k518 key programmer automatically erase the fault code existed

How to replace and program Opel Zafira B 1.7L ECM with opcom

Opel Zafira B 1.7L year 2008 ECM replacement and programming guide is provided below.

Today I will describe the process of replacement / programming used the engine control unit (ECM) from the diesel Opel Zafira B A17DTJ 1.7L MT 2008Y. The owner have removed the unit from the car, disassembled, found many oxides, a few soldered field effect transistors, burnt tracks, etc., i.e. the unit had already been opened – repaired, and possibly poor sealing influenced the subsequent demise of the unit. You can certainly dig to warm up, etc., I rarely take even in diagnostics, only replacement, only hardcore, but to work stably.

The old ecu, a view from the outside, he lives near the front left wheel under the protection of the arch:

Check the ecu on both sides

The identity of the old ecu with opcom interface:

Identifier: 0x1225
VIN: W0L0AHM759G ******
Hardware number: 17172225
Motor type: A17DTJ
Part Number: 98113173
Software version number: NCLZQ51JAU14
Programming Date: 20100330
Hardware key number: S001000988
System description: DENSO0100
Type approval number: D07008
Alpha code: MF
Software Freeze Date: 05.02.2010
Software version: NCLZQ51J
ECU variant coding: 0xE5104C5A
ECU variant coding: 0xE5100E02 Injector

and home run codes 353134. km:

Although the car shows 288 thousand km:

It says that almost everyone shakes, but they try to make it clean, so if I had to drive this car before I bought it, then this moment would be checked first …
Now we connect Tactrix OpenPort 2.0 ecu flash cable , we start PCMFlash with an open Denso module . We read Flash as well as Eeprom1, Eeprom2, Eeprom3, all the same 93c86. :

With the old ecm finished.
Let’s move on to the new used ECM unit :

In my opinion, this engine control unit has also been opened, the sealant is not factory-made … well, whatever it brought.We  plug the unit, look at the identification data:
ECU inited!
Read Info …
Identifier: 0x1215
VIN: W0L0AHL35B2 ******
Hardware number: 17172225
Motor type: A17DTJ
Part Number: 55590157
Software version number: NCLAQ60JAU16
Programming Date: 20120629
Hardware key number: O100057651
System description: DENSO0100
Type approval number: D08002
Alpha code: WH
Software Freeze Date: 13.01.2012
Hardware manufacturer system name: DECe01
Software version: NCLAQ60J
ECU variant coding: 0xF5044C41
ECU variant coding: 0xF5040000 See

We see P1614 and P1616 for IMMO , as well as P042A and P0435 for EGT . It is clear, then the old unit was stitched, well, I flushed it off from it, so it’s not a problem.
The injector codes from the new used motor vehicle and its run are 193 thousand km:

We connect Tactrix OpenPort 2.0 again , start PCMFlash with the Denso module open . We read Flash as well as Eeprom1, Eeprom2, Eeprom3, all the same 93c86. , but with a new block:

Now we write to the new ecm all three Eeproms from the old one:

After this record, errors on Immo are gone, but remained on EGT:

As I wrote above, you need to pour the flush. We overflow:

Thus, this procedure simplifies the process of programming the used diesel engine control unit.
I went through all the units, everywhere it’s clean, except – SDM , there’s B0083 in them – an error on the electronical front impact sensor:

In the task set, this issue was not included, local electricians think that it will be sorted out, either wiring / connectors, or the sensor itself.

Front of car immobilizer:

Side view:

For diagnosis, the Op-Com clone diagnostic scan tool is used :

For the firmware flash, i use Tactrix OpenPort 2.0 :

And also the correct flasher PCMFlash program :

Note: The tutorial is translated from Russian. Just for education purpose. You are at your risk. Credit to Russian engineer P1on3R91.


How to solve NCS Expert VIN is faulty COAPI-2000

Have spent my entire Saturday on this:

All running on XP and also tried on Win7 x64

INPA is working fine. Battery and ignition both ON
When running NCS Expert, try to read the VIN from ECU i get VIN Faulty

Vin is faulty
COAPI-2000 Error or in ECU description file (SGBD) IFH-0018 CAS
COAPI-2000 Error or in ECU description file (SGBD) FGNR_LESEN
COAPI-2000 Error or in ECU description file (SGBD) FGNR_A_E65CAS


Solution 1:

If you have Standard tools 2.12 you are fine.

Check if you have E89 folder in C:\NCSEXPERT\DATEN\

And make sure that you copied all files from sp-daten\daten\*.* to here C:\NCSEXPERT\DATEN\ and here C:\NCSEXPERT\DATEN\E89

Just recopy this and check if this helps

Solution 2:

You can only run INPA or NCS one at a time, not simultaneously.

Also, sometimes mine gives me that error. It’s usually because I didn’t initialize the USB cable properly. Unplugging it, closing NCS, plugging it back and restarting NCS usually solves my problem.

Hope this helps.

Solution 3:

you are missing some files for E65 at sp-daten. Try to download newer spdaten and copy at least e65 folder or update whole data.

Solution 4:

make sure you update your daten files correctly as well

you can do the following copy-paste procedure: (copy the files and replace )

Target —————————Source .(SP-Daten-Exx directory )

\NCSEXPER\SGDAT\ ——– .ipo files
\NCSEXPER\DATEN\ ——– coding data (daten) for models
\EDIABAS\Ecu\ ————– .prg files……

If not work, please empty your .man file .. delelete everything inside then save.. then try again




After You Do That.. Try To Read The Car Again.. So Ncs Expert,f1,f3 E89,cas, Then Back

All above solutions are shared on BMW forums; never know he/she is the professional or amateur. So, YOU ARE TRYING EACH SOLUTION ON YOUR OWN RISK.

Reference: NCS EXPERT User Guide

Proceed at your own risk, this is just my interpretation for educational/entertainment value only. I am not responsible for you blowing up your car or damaging your modules. Im serious!


This is roughly how it works… and my dummy interpretation of it. Please read it fully if you want to understand, this isn’t exactly a quick cheat sheet guide.

On Pre ’02 cars the coding is slightly different method than Post ’02 cars. I am only going to elaborate on coding individual parameters, you can go learn how to code entire modules thru the VO later once you learn the basics below.

The first part to understand is what this stuff about ZCS/VO or “vehicle order” is. When BMW makes a car, they create whats called a “vehicle order”, this is basically a bunch of numbers written into the car that tell what modules are installed in the car, regional info etc. This is like your car’s DNA! for example if the car has a sunroof, or a convertible or radio etc etc and that it was meant for US,Canada,France etc. Because each car is different with a different set of options/modules or country that its located, the “vehicle order” aka. “ZCS” or “VO” may be different. Why is it called ZCS you ask? because its abbreviated german, and its confusing as hell.

The VO is written into a couple modules of the car, usually ones that start with an “A”, like AKMB or ALSZ. On some cars its written elsewhere. In my 02 M3, the VO was written in ALSZ and AKMB. On my ’00 328ci it was stored in EWS, KMB. Its nothing more than a string of text/numbers stored in the flash memory of these modules, nothing special. Why is it written into two places? because if one module is failed and has to be replaced, then the other will serve as a backup so you can code the new replacement module to your car. For example ALSZ is the “light switch module” in your car, for some reason it fails. When you buy a new LSZ/LCM, you can retrieve all your settings of VO from AKMB and then code your new LCM to YOUR factory settings. The chances of both modules failing is slim, but if it does… you’ll have to contact BMW so they can give you the VO for your car from their records.

OK the one difference is pre-02 cars don’t have a VO. Those cars have their ZCS (which acts like a VO) stored in the EWS or KMB modules. The stuff below is basically identical however for individual parameter coding.

Now go get into the basics of coding.

1. When you load NCS expert, you need to load a profile. These profiles just change how ncs expert behaves when you read your car. The two profiles i stick to are “expertmode” and “revtor’s expert profile”. if you don’t have it, you can find it on the net easily. In order to code your car the first time, you should pick “revtors“. This has something called “manipulation” enabled… ill elaborate on that later.

2. Once the profile is loaded, you basically need to select Vin/ZCS/FA in order for ncs to download VIN info off your car. Once it does this, it will ask you to select a module. Why? because it needs to know your “vehicle order” information. In most cases it will probably be in an “A” module. if it doesn’t load, or cant be accessed, no harm done, just try a different module. When it is able to read it, you will see a long string next to “FA” starting with your chassis “E46_” followed by numbers and text along with #’s and $’s. This is your VO. Now that NCS Expert knows it, it can code your car properly!

CODING HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE MODULE YOU JUST SELECTED TO READ THE VO FROM! This perplexed me for the longest time, I didn’t understand why i selected two modules each time, or what the difference selecting AKMB or ALSZ or etc the first time was. Well… It has no bearing!! all NCS is doing is reading the text/number string that is your VO off the memory in these modules in this first step. You will actually select the desired module to code in later steps.

** PRE-02 cars, you wont see the long FA “VO” string, instead there will be a few lines FG, GM, VN, SA followed by numbers, its basically the same thing different format. For all intents and purposes this is referred to by me as the vehicle order or ZCS for a pre-02 car.

ON POST-02 cars select any module with “A’ in front of it, on PRE-02 the “A” modules wont work, you will need to use EWS or KMB for this step… It doesn’t matter which. 

Now this guide will touch on the basics to code INDIVIDUAL items on your car. The steps to add items to your VO and code your modules is different and i wont comment on that here, because it will confuse the amateur. Just understand the basics of individual coding first, then coding from your VO will all make sense later.

3. The next part is to download your factory settings in your car to your PC. Once you get the VO loaded, you hit the BACK button. The default job in NCS is to write SO BE VERY CAREFUL here. You will see all your modules listed, for example “EWS,ABG,ASC,KMB,APL,…..etc” and underneath “SG_CODIEREN”

NCS at this point is set to SG_CODIEREN, which means to WRITE to ALL modules listed. You don’t want to do that.

4. So now select “Process ECU”, and select the INDIVIDUAL MODULE you want to code. For example LSZ (light switch module). Once you do this, it will say only LSZ (and not all the modules in your car).

5. Now you want to change the job from WRITE to READ. Select “CHANGE JOB”, then select “CODIERDATEN_LESEN”. This is to READ DATA.

6. Once selected it will confirm this by indicating the module and job type on the screen. Now you are ready. Hit “EXECUTE JOB”.

It will say Coding Activ, then Coding Ended.

7. At this point, in your NCSexpert/WORK/ folder there will be a file called “FSW_PSW.TRC”

This is what we want, the coding of your LSZ module that we read earlier. IMMEDIATELY save a backup of this file, rename it to FSW_PSW_LSZ_ORIGINAL.TRC and save it somewhere in case you decide you want to revert to the original copy. Now I want you to resave another copy of this FSW_PSW.TRC file as FSW_PSW.MAN (manipulation…hint hint). Make sure it doesn’t save as FSW_PSW.MAN.TXT or some crap like that, it wont work properly.

OK why all this juggling?? because NCS expert only reads modules and saves EVERYTHING as a FSW_PSW.TRC file. Regardless of what module you read in your car, this is what the filename will be. And everytime you load NCS expert, this file is constantly erased, written and re-written. So thats why we are saving it as FSW_PSW.MAN so we can alter it safely without our copy being overwritten.

8. Now open up FSW_PSW.MAN with a text editor.

You will see a long list of stuff like this..


This is where you can code. now its all in german, so you will need to run these words in a translator (google) to understand it, OR you can use NCS Dummy that translates this stuff for you and gives you all available parameters, but thats a whole different program and you ought to learn how to use it.

This is what the above looks like if translated. Now you can see how we can deactivate/activate certain things. I’m going to deactivate DRLs here.

don’t report



By changing to nicht_activ, it deactivates this setting. Now don’t go crazy, some codes are redundant so changing just one thing wont do the trick. This takes some time and effort to find the right code/codes to work with.

9. Once you are happy, SAVE your FSW_PSW.MAN file.

10. Open up NCS expert, load up “revtors” profile (with manipulation enabled), and reload it to the part where the VO is loaded and its asking you to process ecu (Basically steps 1-3) Look above how to do this. Once you’re there, select “PROCESS ECU”, select the correct module you are coding, in this case “LSZ”. Then select “CHANGE JOB” and make sure you pick “SG_CODIEREN”. Once this is done, you are ready to code the car.

NCS will basically now take the FSW_PSW.MAN file, and overwrite the codes in your car’s LSZ module with your new settings. It only uses the MAN file because you are using a profile with “manipulation” enabled. The other mode “expertmode” does not have manipulation, and you cannot code individual stuff like this using that profile.

11. Hit “EXECUTE JOB”. Wait till it says “Coding ended”. Now your new LSZ is coded. Turn off the car, and restart, and check to see if your results are as expected!

12. Open up the /WORK/ folder, open the FSW_PSW.MAN file, select all, delete, save and exit.

Viola! Thats it. You are now an expert on coding individual features!

Now what do you do if you screwed it up or something is behaving funny and you want to go back to original settings. Or you cant remember all the stuff you changed, or don’t like the results.

To load up the ORIGINAL factory defaults if you mess up.

Go to your /WORK/ folder. Open FSW_PSW.MAN, select all, delete, save & exit.

Load NCS Expert

Select “Expertmode” profile

Hit “VIN/ZCS/FA” to load your Chassis and Vehicle order info



Select the chassis, then module you F’d up on. For example “LSZ”

On Pre-02 cars It will say “LSZ” and underneath “SG_Codieren” along with some files LSZ.Cxx, LSZ.PRG, etc etc. SG_CODIEREN is the correct job you want.

On Post-02 cars It will say “LSZ” and underneath “SG_Codieren” along with some files LSZ.Cxx, LSZ.PRG, etc etc. Hit CHANGE JOB, Select “FA_WRITE” Job.

“xx” is usually the specific Coding index used in your default module, its a number. think of this like “firmware version”.

These files are basically from your /DATEN/ folder and contain the proper coding information specific to your car. How does NCS know which files to use? Because it knows by looking at your VIN and VO, then selects the correct files. NCS will then basically read these files, then read your VO and re-write the proper codes, features, activate, deactivate everything to your factory settings.

The job is SG_Codieren or FA_Write because you will WRITE your original settings back in.


Viola, your original data is re-written and your car will work again. Hopefully.


Cummins Insite 8.0.2 Keygen Download Free

Here, download Cummins Insite 8.0.2 old version for free and Insite tested version for security.


Part 1: Free version Cummins Insite 8.0.2:

Part 2: Tested version Cummins Insite



Part 1: Insite 8.02 download on Mega




Insite 8.02 v1 .iso download:!1b5AHJ5R!emDkoD01Jous0jaVA-mBYglqr8ITqzZIQH7Aw07u9S4


Keygen unlock.rar download:!wXYGRYqD!fyrH4wxyhgA0BlMa9gEdskb8pfKlOSj2gfh3OdSZmDw


Incal Insite 8.x download:!9HRUmRjZ!pKffYrbyobkDUw8e2Fbehg




What is Cummins INSITE:


Cummins INSITE is a Windows software application that works with Cummins Electronic Control Modules (ECMs) to diagnose engine problems, store and analyze historical information about an engine, and modify parameters of engine operation. Cummins INSITE also allows you to download an ECM calibrations to working with Cummins INCAL.


Insite 8.x Laptop requirements:


  • O.S.: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1
    • CPU: Pentium/Athlon 2 GHz or higher
    • RAM: 512 MB of system memory
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB of available space
    • Optical Drive: DVD-ROM


INSITE 8.0.2 Released Notes:


Installations upgrade capability

Upgrade from INSITE 8.0.1

Work Orders


Images and Templates


Beginning with INSITE version 8.0.1, images or templates imported from later versions of INSITE will be highlighted in the Work Order window.


For Example: If templates or images from INSITE 8.0.2 are imported into INSITE 8.0.1, those images or templates will be highlighted. When hovering over those images or templates, an informative message will be displayed.


ECM Image Analyzer

To open this new feature Right-Click on any image and select ‘Analyze Image’ to open. This can be used to view key features of an image and contains improved graphics. The current feature, or all features, can be exported to Adobe (pdf) or Excel (xlsx) file formats.


For Example: Duty Cycle Monitor will show a 3-D, multi-colored graph, and it can be rotated using the mouse.


New Features and Parameters


***These will only be displayed if they are supported by the calibration.


Crankcase Pressure Speed Derate

This feature provides the ability to enable the crankcase pressure speed derate as partof the Engine Protection special feature.


Inducement Override Switch

This feature provides the ability to enable the Inducement Override Switch.


Engine Oil Level

This feature provides the ability to set the Engine Oil Level sensor type.


Driver Reward Distance Reset

This feature expands Driver Reward to include the ability to reset Driver Reward every time the engine is turned off as well as to configure the distance the driver reward can be applied.


Multiple Load Based Speed Control Limit

This feature expands User Adjustable Fuel Economy to configure the minimum and maximum breakpoint speed offsets.


SAE J1939 Multiplexing

This feature has been updated to include the following parameters: Machine Interlock Switch, Desorb inhibit, and Inducement Override Switch.


Load Based Acceleration Control

This feature provides the ability to limit the engine acceleration.


OEM Simple Lockout

This feature provides the ability to derate engine speed or prevent the engine from starting when used with OEM hardware.


Cruise Control Type

This feature expands Cruise Control to configure the different cruise control types to achieve the desired fuel economy.


Intelligent Coast Management

This feature expands Cruise Control to allow the vehicle to coast further during low torque demand when the driveline is disengaged.

This feature name has been modified:

Feature name prior to 8.0.2 Feature name starting with 8.0.2

Coolant Level Sensor Engine Coolant Level Sensor 2


Advanced ECM Data


***These will only be displayed if they are supported by the calibration.


Engine Protection and Engine Protection Settings

These features have been updated to include Crankcase Pressure, Boost Pressure Differential and Bank Vacuum Detection information.


Fuel or Timing System Table Reset Component Replacement

This feature allows the adaptive learning table values to be reset after fuel or engine timing

components have been replaced.


Operating Systems Supported

  • Windows® 7 32-bit and 64-bit
  • Windows® 8 32-bit and 64-bit



Part 2: Cummins Insite download


100% Tested & Confirmed to work perfect


Cummins Insite 8.2.0 tested version download:

Tested no issues on Windows 7 32bit and Windows 10 (Run as administrator).






Insite 8.2.0 PC Requirements:



Platform: IBM or 100% Compatible

Operating System: Windows® 8 32-bit

Processor: 2.1 GHz or greater dual-core

RAM Memory: 4 GB or greater

Hard Drive: 2 GB or greater available disk space

Media Device: Dual Layer – Double Density DVD-ROM

Display: Minimum Resolution 1024 x 768

Keyboard: 101 Key Enhanced Pointing

Device: Windows® Compatible Device

Multimedia: PC’s that will be used for Virtual College training will require multimedia and sound capability

Other Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader v9.0 and later

Printer: Windows® Compatible

Internet Connection: DSL / Broadband high-speed

Available Ports: Two USB 2.0 Ports


Minimum requirement:

Platform: IBM or 100% Compatible

Operating System: Windows® 7 32-bit

Processor: 2 GHz RAM

Memory: 2 GB

Hard Drive: 2 GB available disk space

Media Device: DVD-ROM

Display: Minimum Resolution 1024 x 768

Keyboard: 101 Key Enhanced

Pointing Device: Windows® Compatible Device

Multimedia: Any Windows® Compatible Sound Device

Other Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader v9.0 and later

Printer: Windows® Compatible Device

Internet Connection: DSL / Broadband high-speed

Available Ports: See datalink adapter manufacturer for port specifications



Cummins Insite 8.2.0 Released Notes:


1 General Information

1.1 Upgrade capability

Upgrade from INSITE 8.1.x or install as a new program.


2 New Base Features

2.1 Connect Window

Cummins Service System (CSS) users will be required to enter their Cummins

Service Provider Code on the Connect window.


3 New Diagnostic Tests

NOTE: This will only be displayed if it is supported by the calibration.

3.1 Aftertreatment SCR System Cleaning

This test has been modified to support multiple Aftertreatment SCR Systems on

supported applications. It has been modified so that it can initiate a cleaning on

Aftertreatment 1, Aftertreatment 2, or both Aftertreatment SCR Systems.


4 New Advanced ECM Data

NOTE: These will only be displayed if they are supported by the calibration.

4.1 Engine Protection Settings

This feature has been expanded to display the data for Shutdown Warning Period

(time for flashing lamp) on both the RPM Derate and Torque Derate feature.


4.2 Engine Protection

This feature has been expanded to display information when the engine experiences

a torque derate or shutdown based on the Intake Manifold Over Pressure and the

Low Temperature Coolant Intake Pressure.


4.3 Stop Start Service Inhibit

This feature allows the automatic stop start functionality of a vehicle to be temporarily



5 New Features and Parameters

NOTE: These will only be displayed if they are supported by the calibration.


5.1 Aftertreatment Mobile Regeneration Minimum Idle

This feature allows the engine idle speed to be controlled by the engine during a

mobile regeneration. This feature also provides a monitor that displays the desired

engine idle speed during a mobile regeneration.


5.2 Retarder Coolant Bypass Valve Relay

This feature allows maximum coolant flow to be redirected to the driveline retarder

during braking when there is a coolant circle bypass valve installed. This feature also

provides a monitor that displays the current state of the relay.


5.3 PTO Speed Saved on Power Down

This Power Take Off feature has been modified to allow the manually adjusted Cab

PTO Speed to be saved when the vehicle is powered down. When PTO is engaged

and the Resume switch selected, the Cab PTO will resume to the saved speed. This

feature also provides a monitor that displays this saved speed.


5.4 Engine Fuel Supply Pump Filter Restriction Level Warning Limit

This feature allows setting the Engine Fuel Supply Pump Stage 1 and Stage 2 Filter

Warning Limits.


5.5 Low Fuel Level Warning Configuration

This feature allows setting the thresholds and criteria that can trigger low fuel level



5.6 Aftertreatment System Information (1 and 2)

These features provide the Aftertreatment System Part Number and Serial Number

Information under System ID and Dataplate.


How to Install Ford IDS v108.01 full software

Latest Ford IDS V108.01 Full Software for Ford VCM II support online programming released on Jan. 2018.
Software Version: 108.01
Operating system: Windows XP/Windows 7 32/64 bit
Ford IDS 108 activation: install and activation help via Teamviewer
Tested with Ford VCM2 clone and VXDIAG VCX NANO Ford: Never failed!!
Online programming: Supported! but you should have an account yourself.
Ford IDS v108.01 function: Confirmed!
1.Able to download the very latest calibration files/software from Ford server if the network connection available at the time of connecting to vehicles
2.Read and decode fault codes
3.Delete fault codes
4.Display System current parameters in digital form
5.Combined displaying of data
6.Logs Keeping: write and keep of digital parameters in memory
7.Special functions: changing of permissible seeting of blocks, programming etc.
Q: Whether it can work with Ford VCM 1 Clone?
A: Yes, it can work with Ford VCM 1 clone
Q: Is this vmware or native
A: This is native, install on new and clean windows xp/7
How to install Ford IDS V108 step by step?
1. Please backup the important files on the desktop and disk C because the next operation will cover the content in the disk C.
2.Disable both local area and wireless network connection
3. If your computer hard drive only has one partition, please prepare a 16 GB U flash drive, if has 2 partitions, please unzip the software of CD into another partition except disk C
Step 1: Recover System
Open Software D (Disk D)
Create new folder Ford 108
Copy all zip file on Ford 108-2 software CD to Ford 108 folder
Eject Ford 108-2 DVD-ROM to DVD/CD-RW Drive
Copy all contents to Ford 108 folder again
Extract ford108.part01 zip files to Ford 108 folder
Then delete all other zip files, ford108.part01-ford108.part33
(only 3 files left)
Open Ghost 8.0
Recover system, choose destination D:/Ford 108/ford108.GHD
Restart computer and recover system
Step 2: Install Ford IDS 108 Setup
Run Ford Module Programming Limit as Administrator
Ford Extension Success, press OK
Module programming has been extended to 2018/05.26
Click on Start menu->All Program->Bosch->VCM Manager (Ford-VCM-II)
If system prompt PC software initialization error, press OK to ignore
Open Disk C/Progam Files/Ford Motor Company->IDS->Runtime->install3rdparty->
ETAS, Run setup as Administrator
Install Bosch VCI software Ford VCM II
click Next
Select Remove Bosch VIC software from your computer, click Next
Press Remove
Click Finish
Again run setup as Administrator
click Next
Ready to install the program
Click Finish
Install setup completed.
Step 3: Make Connection 
Click Start menu->VCI Manger (Ford-VCM-II)
Connect VCMII with computer follow the diagram below
Open Computer->Manager->Device Manger->Network adapters->ETAS VCI USB RNDIS Device
to check connection is built
Open Network and Sharing center->Change adapter settings
Make sure you have disable both local area and wireless network connection
Step 4: Run software
Open Ford IDS v108 software on desktop
Network test, gathering vehicle data
check language options, programming modules and options