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Guide to Uploading ECU Pinout Connections on a Bench

Modern vehicles are equipped with sophisticated Electronic Control Units (ECUs) that manage various aspects of the vehicle's functioning, from engine performance to safety systems. When dealing with complex ECU troubleshooting or tuning tasks, it's often beneficial to work on the ECU outside of the vehicle, commonly referred to as the "bench." This guide will walk you through the process of connecting to your ECU on a bench using different methods like OBD, Bootmode Tricore, JTag, and BDM. Specifically, we will focus on the crucial aspect of pinout connections.

It is a pinout for this ECU:

Bosch EDC 7 (DAF Truck)
Bosch EDC 7 (Iveco Truck)
Bosch EDC 7 (MAN Truck)
Bosch EDC 7C1 (Volvo Penta)
Bosch EDC 17C06 - DDE 70 (BMW)
Bosch EDC 17C08 (Hyundai)
Bosch EDC 17C08 (Kia)
Bosch EDC 17C10 (Citroen)
Bosch EDC 17C11 (Renault)
Bosch EDC 17C18 (Chevrolet)
Bosch EDC 17C18 (Holden)
Bosch EDC 17C18 (Opel)
Bosch EDC 17C18 (Vauxhall)
Bosch EDC 17C19 (Holden)
Bosch EDC 17C19 (Opel)
Bosch EDC 17C19 (Vauxhall)
Bosch EDC 17C41 - DDE 721 (BMW)
Bosch EDC 17C41 - DDE 721 (Mini)
Bosch EDC 17C42 (Holden)
Bosch EDC 17C42 (Opel)
Bosch EDC 17C42 (Vauxhall)
Bosch EDC 17C46 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17C46 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17C46 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17C46 (Volkswagen)
Bosch EDC 17C49 (Alfa Romeo)
Bosch EDC 17C49 (Fiat)
Bosch EDC 17C49 (Lancia)
Bosch EDC 17C54 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17C54 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17C54 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17C54 (Volkswagen)
Bosch EDC 17C59 (Opel)
Bosch EDC 17CP01 (AMG)
Bosch EDC 17CP01 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch EDC 17CP02 - DDE 71 (BMW)
Bosch EDC 17CP04 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17CP04 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17CP04 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17CP04 (Vokswagen)
Bosch EDC 17CP06 (Honda)
Bosch EDC 17CP07 (Toyota)
Bosch EDC 17CP09 - DDE 73 (BMW)
Bosch EDC 17CP10 (AMG)
Bosch EDC 17CP10 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch EDC 17CP11 (Citroen)
Bosch EDC 17CP11 (Range Rover)
Bosch EDC 17CP14 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17CP14 (Hyundai)
Bosch EDC 17CP14 (Kia)
Bosch EDC 17CP14 (Porsche)
Bosch EDC 17CP14 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17CP14 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17CP14 (Volkswagen)
Bosch EDC 17CP16 (Honda)
Bosch EDC 17CP20 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17CP20 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17CP20 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17CP20 (Volkswagen)
Bosch EDC 17CP22 (Volvo)
Bosch EDC 17CP24 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17CP24 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17CP24 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17CP24 (Volkswagen)
Bosch EDC 17CP27 (Jeep)
Bosch EDC 17CP42 (Range Rover)
Bosch EDC 17CP44 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17CP44 (Porsche)
Bosch EDC 17CP44 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17CP44 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17CP44 (Volkswagen)
Bosch EDC 17CP45 - DDE 731 (Mini)
Bosch EDC 17CP46 (AMG)
Bosch EDC 17CP46 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch EDC 17CP48 (Volvo)
Bosch EDC 17CP50 (Honda)
Bosch EDC 17CP52 (Iveco)
Bosch EDC 17U01 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17U01 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17U01 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17U01 (Volkswagen)
Bosch EDC 17U05 (Audi)
Bosch EDC 17U05 (Seat)
Bosch EDC 17U05 (Skoda)
Bosch EDC 17U05 (Volkswagen)
Bosch M 1.5.5 (Alfa Romeo)
Bosch M 5.2 (BMW)
Bosch M 5.2.1 (BMW)
Bosch ME 1.5.5 (Holden)
Bosch ME 1.5.5 (Opel)
Bosch ME 1.5.5 (Vauxhall)
Bosch ME 2.0 (AMG)
Bosch ME 2.0 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch ME 2.1 (Alfa Romeo)
Bosch ME 2.1 (AMG)
Bosch ME 2.1 (Fiat)
Bosch ME 2.1 (Lancia)
Bosch ME 2.1 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch ME 2.7 (Maybach)
Bosch ME 2.7 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch ME 2.7.1 (AMG)
Bosch ME 2.7.1 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch ME 2.7.2 (AMG)
Bosch ME 2.7.2 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch ME 2.8 (AMG)
Bosch ME 2.8 (Mc Laren)
Bosch ME 2.8 (Mercedes Benz)
Bosch ME 2.8.1 (Chrysler)
Bosch ME 2.8.1 (Jeep)
Bosch ME 17.8.42 (KTM)
Continental SID 208 (Ford)
Continental SID 208 (Land Rover)
Continental SID 807 EVO (Citroen)
Continental SID 807 EVO (Ford)
Continental SID 807 EVO (Peugeot)
Continental SID 807 EVO (Renault)
Continental SID 807 EVO (Volvo)
Denso DEC 30 (Holden)
Denso DEC 30 (Opel)
Denso DEC 30 (Vauxhall)
Sagem 2000 (Citroen)
Sagem 2000 (Peugeot)
Sagem 2000 (Renault)
Sagem 3000 (Citroen)
Sagem 3000 (Renault)
Visteon DCU 101 (Ford)
Visteon DCU 102 (Citroen)
Visteon DCU 102 (Ford)
Visteon DCU 102 (Peugeot)
Visteon DCU 104 (Ford)
Visteon DCU 106 (Land Rover)
Visteon DCU 204 (Ford)
Delphi (Ford)
Delphi (Isuzu)
Delphi (Ssang Young)
Delphi 21.06 (Mercedes Benz)
Delphi 50.05 (Mercedes Benz)
Delphi 50.06 (Mercedes Benz)
Delphi DCM 1.2 (Citroen)
Delphi DCM 1.2 (Dacia)
Delphi DCM 1.2 (Peugeot)
Delphi DCM 1.2 (Renault)
Delphi DDCR CR-U (Hyundai)
Delphi DDCR CR-U (Kia)
Delphi HSFI 2.1 (Holden)
Delphi HSFI 2.1 (Opel)
Delphi HSFI 2.1 (Vauxhall)
Delphi HSFI 2.4 (Holden)
Delphi HSFI 2.4 (Opel)
Delphi HSFI 2.4 (Vauxhall)
Delphi HSFI 2.5 (Opel)
Delphi HSFI C (Holden)
Delphi HSFI C (Opel)
Delphi HSFI C (Vauxhall)
Delphi LJ604 (DAF Truck)
Magneti Marelli IAW 4AV (Volkswagen)
Magneti Marelli IAW 4CV (Volkswagen)
Magneti Marelli IAW 4LV (Volkswagen)
Magneti Marelli IAW 6LPB (Peugeot)
Magneti Marelli MJD 6J0 (Fiat)
EFI CAMPI 0xS (Lamborghini)
EFI Exige S (Lotus)
GMPT Tronic 5 (Saab)
Motorola ECM 0402 (Mercury)
Motorola S 6 (Scania)
John Deere CNTRL L6 (John Deere)

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