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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric View Post
    Measuring values should be in a CSV file starting with "blockmap-17".
    no file generated. Why?


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    Do you have measuring values when you connect manually to controller 17? Did you completely drain your battery?
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    Wait, you have a HEX-USB+CAN... that's why. Connect to 17 manually, enter "day" in the search field, select something that matches "day counter", and save/screenshot the value VCDS displays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric View Post
    Do you have measuring values when you connect manually to controller 17? Did you completely drain your battery?
    in manual mode, the value is 1245d for IDE00819.

    sorry, i dont understand : Did you completely drain your battery?.

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    ^^Eric: What a fascinating thread and what an extremely interesting question - what is the format of the date field on OBD?

    I just pulled a random hex17 module from my database: the IDE00819 value is 206 for the admap date 13 August 2018 (confirmed by the year, month, day, channel values in the module).

    If I'm not violating Ross-Tech commercial secrets - what is the conversion algorithm to human date (Please don't tell me to read the Standard)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DV52 View Post
    (Please don't tell me to read the Standard)?
    What standard?

    "OBD Standards" only apply to generic OBD-II /EBOD data, which this isn't.

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    ^^^Uwe: my question (and your response) clearly confirms that I don't understand the "OBD Standards"!!

    When I look back on my (fortunately) unremarkable life, its one of my many regrets. Hopefully there's still time and it's on my bucket list - but much alcohol is required before I get the courage to buy a copy of the Standards and then even more drink is needed to fortify the grey-matter in my head before opening the first page of the document.

    But I do envy anyone who can refer to the OBD standards with authority -respect!!

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    Hello Eric
    do you have suggestion?
    thank for your help

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    Sorry, I can't make sense of it. The freeze frame, when it depends on the day counter, is supposed to be in the past compared to the time you're scanning. I see that your VCDS autoscan has the correct date, yet those FF dates are ahead of the scan's date. I was thinking maybe the day counter would be a very high or somehow negative value, but your day counter looks normal. Even then it would hardly explain the two different years. Either it's a new freeze frame format we don't understand, or your engine got the date from the cluster wrong. A scan with ODIS would tell us which it is.
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