2005 Chrysler crossfire, trying to read eeprom and write key but can’t find the option under MCU MC68HC05X32 (1D69J). Does anyone know which option do I go under?
Obdii365.com engineer solution:
I. VVDI Prog and VVDI2
It’s hc05 and better desolder to read in adapter !
Xhorse VVDI Prog + HC05 Adapter
Vvdi prog plus adapter hc05 is correct way.
Vvdi prog with the new adapter and latest update will read the hc05 mcu’s just fine. Hot air off the hc05 chip and read with vvdi prog-adapter. Then use vvdi2 or tango to make the chip. Use lots of flux it makes it easier. Use the vvdi2, a super chip and shell key. For a flip key fob you’ll need the KR55.
MC68HC05X32(QFP64) Adapter for VVDIProg
I did one I used orange5 to read chip Same process with that. Remove. Orange5 read easy
xprog is another option.
II. Carprog + Tango
Carpog + MC68HC05 Adapter to read MCU
With the correct equipment you can read with in circuit, for example carprog original (didn’t test the carprog clone).
In circuit with this adapter 10 min job. AR32 in circuit or KR55 with Carprog with adapter. Write with Tango.
no need to pull with this tool.
Note: Try in circuit may fuck up the information ! You are at your risk.
Then use KR55 or vvdi2 or tango to make the chip.
Tango needs the Mercedes authorization to write chip.
With the KR55 you can make a flip key and remote. Under Mercedes SLK.
Which Tool to Read Chrysler Crossfire MCU 1D69J and Write Key?