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Offline mrxsys78  
#1 Posted : 09 February 2020 06:43:38(UTC)
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Can someone please assist me with a diagram on how to do this on the bench? What connections are actually needed on the fem? I understand the flex ray bus needs to be connected between the dme and fem, what else is needed?
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#2 Posted : 10 February 2020 02:27:35(UTC)
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Flexray is connected in specific way.
In this case flexray going into fem, going through and going to other ecu.
On both ends is closed by resistor. Just see flexray diagram
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#3 Posted : 10 February 2020 02:34:20(UTC)
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https://www.newtis.info/...lexray-functions/YO4Rau0
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Anyway find diagram for fem and flexray. See which module is opposite dme/dde in your case. Find pinout for second unit (flexray) and put resistor 100ohm on there and you'll get communication to ecu
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