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Old 27th March 2017, 17:44   #1
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Default Ipk coding with toaf, I need help

Hello everyone.

I have a lot of problems with functions on my Rover 75, 2001. 2.0 cdt 116 ps
But this time i need help with my instrument cluster, is there any way to code it with toaf diagnostic tool.
When i tryed last time i found message " BF- IKE - EEPROM error, coding imcorrect/ incomplete"
Any advice how to solve this problem?


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Old 27th March 2017, 18:37   #2
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Hello everyone.

I have a lot of problems with functions on my Rover 75, 2001. 2.0 cdt 116 ps
But this time i need help with my instrument cluster, is there any way to code it with toaf diagnostic tool.
When i tryed last time i found message " BF- IKE - EEPROM error, coding imcorrect/ incomplete"
Any advice how to solve this problem?


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you can not use TOAF to install an IPK...
you need a virgin IPK program firstly then T4 if you are not a magician like Brian or Phil...
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Old 27th March 2017, 20:52   #3
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Fit the 93S56 EEprom from your original IPK into the replacement......job done.

A previously used IPK cannot be coded with either T4 or TOAF I'm afraid.

Best of luck

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Old 28th March 2017, 23:16   #4
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Hi Brian,

Is that possible as well when you want to upgrade to a HighLine IPK? Or must the two IPK's be the same type?
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Old 28th March 2017, 23:58   #5
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Hi Brian,

Is that possible as well when you want to upgrade to a HighLine IPK? Or must the two IPK's be the same type?
If you are upgrading to a Highline, you can't just swap the 93S56 chip without altering it's programmed contents. If you are changing for the same type, that will be fine.
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There should be a way... if you just can source used IPK's, there must be a way to do it... maybe just need to update VIN and mileage?
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There should be a way... if you just can source used IPK's, there must be a way to do it... maybe just need to update VIN and mileage?
Its much more complex than that. The mileage alone is encoded and changes every time you turn the key.
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Its much more complex than that. The mileage alone is encoded and changes every time you turn the key.
As far as I am aware, you need to pair 3 components: IPK, LCM and EWS.

IPK is easy to read and modify, you can read the chip with some tool like XPROG, OBD cable like INPA, or even digiprog. But I'm not sure how to update VIN.

LCM is also easy to update.

EWS I have no experience on that.
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IPK is easy to read and modify.
Indeed, with the correct tools, you can read, write and modify the contents of the 93S56 chip fitted to the IPK. But you cannot code it with TOAF. You cannot even code a used IPK with a T4, unless it is programmed to a virgin state, prior to connecting the T4 to the car.
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Indeed, with the correct tools, you can read, write and modify the contents of the 93S56 chip fitted to the IPK. But you cannot code it with TOAF. You cannot even code a used IPK with a T4, unless it is programmed to a virgin state, prior to connecting the T4 to the car.
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