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Old 27th July 2019, 09:54   #1
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As you almost certainly know there are very few T4s available in Sweden and even fewer that know how to use them.
To assist owners in Sweden I’m trying to put together a list of owners with TOAF who other 75 (MG) owners might turn to if they need diagnostic help.

So far I’ve got TOAF users in Umeå, Gävle, Linköping, Gothenburg and Borås but need others to complete a very dark map.
Believe Anders in Kalmar is a user, and know of another in Östersund. Please let me know if you can help.

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Old 28th July 2019, 11:47   #2
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Hello! VIS motor tester? Ive got one here in Linkoping.Regards Christian
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Old 28th July 2019, 15:12   #3
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Thanks Christian, good to know, but I'm trying to put together a list of TOAF users, as you can see I've got another owner in Linköping who has come forward as a Toaf user.

If you ever need diagnostic help in Linköping I'm sure he'd be willing to help, PM me if you want his name.

Toaf can help with eg. ABS, SRS (before approx 2003) dealer options, checking fans and even VIS motors.

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Old 30th July 2019, 06:53   #4
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Hi Vitesse:

It´s easy to get the TOAF software and to setup? I´m wondering if one of the actual owners are willing to make a step-by-step guide.

By the way, I´m located in Segovia, Spain.

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Old 30th July 2019, 10:56   #5
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Just download from the Toaf website:
http://toaf.roverki.eu/index.php/en/download-en

Loads of information here, including a partial guide in the first line: https://forums.mg-rover.org/mg-zt-ro...38/index4.html

I found it relatively easy to use but explore the programme in read mode only, don't use the write mode until you are sure of what you're doing, and back-up any modules before making changes.

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Hi Mike:

Thanks for the info, another question ¿what about the USB cable to car socket connector, any suggestion?

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Old 30th July 2019, 15:30   #7
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Hi Mike:

Thanks for the info, another question ¿what about the USB cable to car socket connector, any suggestion?

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Standard VW KKL cable with pins 7 & 8 bridged, loads on ebay, lots of information in the Stickies link

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As you almost certainly know there are very few T4s available in Sweden and even fewer that know how to use them.
To assist owners in Sweden I’m trying to put together a list of owners with TOAF who other 75 (MG) owners might turn to if they need diagnostic help.

So far I’ve got TOAF users in Umeå, Gävle, Linköping, Gothenburg and Borås but need others to complete a very dark map.
Believe Anders in Kalmar is a user, and know of another in Östersund. Please let me know if you can help.

Regards
Hei, har akkurat kjøpt meg en Rover 75 KV6 2,0 2000mod.
Kommer helt sikkert å ha behov for diagnostiske verktøy, og mottar gjerne tips om TOAF og hva jeg trenger for å komme igang.
Andre biler jeg har:
Rover P6 3500S 1973
2 stk MG Midget ca 1962+
MGF 1978
2 stk Freelander 2000 og 2001
RRS 2006
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Hei, har akkurat kjøpt meg en Rover 75 KV6 2,0 2000mod.
Kommer helt sikkert å ha behov for diagnostiske verktøy, og mottar gjerne tips om TOAF og hva jeg trenger for å komme igang.
Andre biler jeg har:
Rover P6 3500S 1973
2 stk MG Midget ca 1962+
MGF 1978
2 stk Freelander 2000 og 2001
RRS 2006
Det maa vaere en MEGET tidlig protptype!!
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Old 17th August 2020, 02:10   #10
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Hei, har akkurat kjøpt meg en Rover 75 KV6 2,0 2000mod.
Kommer helt sikkert å ha behov for diagnostiske verktøy, og mottar gjerne tips om TOAF og hva jeg trenger for å komme igang.
Andre biler jeg har:
Rover P6 3500S 1973
2 stk MG Midget ca 1962+
MGF 1978
2 stk Freelander 2000 og 2001
RRS 2006

Most of the information you need to get started with Toaf is in my earlier posts above, but any questions just ask or PM. You’re also most welcome to join https://www.facebook.com/groups/1800705170206717/ We have several Norwegian members.

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