EASYMAS Diagnostic - Beta

RichardSEL

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But I want it NOW! (stamps foot petulantly)
Especially since I've got some Blaupunkt headunit faults ('phone, Navteq which are shown as installed but have no volts IMO). And the Navi that I want to update ~ where do I see the last map version #?

Are there seperate from the head unit fuses for 'phone and Navteq?
How to I get to see what connectors are connected to the headunit?
Which panel is needed to prise off by secret method?

Is this any good meantime?
 

RichardSEL

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Here's pics of GSM 'phone module. But don't see seperate fuse there so guess it's seperately fused at head unit?
Where does this unit live in an M139 '08MY?
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RichardSEL

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Wouldn't bother with it - 2G only, interface is unbelievably frustrating, old-tech.
Oh yes! But I like olde OEM fitted stuff ~ updated where ever possible. Got the olde 2G in my '03MY Range Rover working with its attendant handsfree. But this OEM-fitted handset doesn't even light up.

I had an analogue 'phone that used to work into Crystal Palace / Alexandra Palace for years in a Rover P6 before BT switched off the service. It was kinda cool getting down as far as Hands Cross in Sussex and still being able to make a call before the South Downs blocked out VHF coverage. "Hello, operator here <crackle, hiss, crackle> number please?"

Have you changed out / added to your CD stacker (for a whole five discs) a Loudlink unit? Am tempted that way.

Which is why I want to know which dash panel and how to remove to get to the unit's rear66890
 
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pauhanajim

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Oh yes! But I like olde OEM fitted stuff ~ updated where ever possible. Got the olde 2G in my '03MY Range Rover working with its attendant handsfree. But this OEM-fitted handset doesn't even light up.

I had an analogue 'phone that used to work into Crystal Palace / Alexandra Palace for years in a Rover P6 before BT switched off the service. It was kinda cool getting down as far as Hands Cross in Sussex and still being able to make a call before the South Downs blocked out VHF coverage. "Hello, operator here <crackle, hiss, crackle> number please?"

Have you changed out / added to your CD stacker (for a whole five discs) a Loudlink unit? Am tempted that way.

Which is why I want to know which dash panel and how to remove to get to the unit's rearView attachment 66890
On my 07 QP it was mounted on a bracket underneath the radio. Search for QP radio removal on Google. The radio, HVAC, Nav, panel is all one piece and heavy with a bunch of tight cables attached to it. Good ab wotkout:0
 

RichardSEL

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Thanks for that, will have a search ~ in the docs when I bought there was an invoice from a previous specialist Mas workshop saying that they'd "changed a fuse" to get the headunit to work at all. The OEM-fitted Vodafone Navtraq doesn't work either (I've got the remote in the car which has got a button on it, Vodafone tell me it's the right remote for this system but say they "aren't allowed" to tell me how to use it ;-) I suspect the plugs for 'phone that handset doesn't even light up, and Navtraq have been pulled.

ABS? Haven't seen them in a while. Used to have a six-pack, now I've got a barrel :confused:
 

pauhanajim

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Thanks for that, will have a search ~ in the docs when I bought there was an invoice from a previous specialist Mas workshop saying that they'd "changed a fuse" to get the headunit to work at all. The OEM-fitted Vodafone Navtraq doesn't work either (I've got the remote in the car which has got a button on it, Vodafone tell me it's the right remote for this system but say they "aren't allowed" to tell me how to use it ;-) I suspect the plugs for 'phone that handset doesn't even light up, and Navtraq have been pulled.

ABS? Haven't seen them in a while. Used to have a six-pack, now I've got a barrel :confused:
My reference was for a USA car with the in car phone option. Obvious there are differences for different regions. Didn't see any fuses while I had the nav/radio panel removed. I used to drink a six pack, now I drink a case:)
 

Phil maserati

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EasyMAS 2020 update

We are pushing foward for release but had recent success with ECU's on the B-CAN bus.

So the aim is :-

The system USB or BT will be first sold with :-

F1 Gearbox ECU
Skyhook ECU
Steering ECU
Engine ECU (OBDII)
Airbag ECU
ABS ECU
Instrument Cluster ECU

Later - Free update :-

Engine ECU (Enhanced)

The support for models and years will be specified later after testing.

Regards
Steve
Hello Steve; I have a Maserati Qp 2005 model, would this work on my car? I also live about 5 minutes away from you if you wish to test your kit . Many thanks Phil
 

RichardSEL

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I've got a Loudlink Blue 2.5 on its way, so the imperative is less except for getting my QP5 '08MY back close to OEM as possible

In for End Caps ATM ~ here's hoping the workshop dealer spares uses for machining them is working now?
 

Steve4200

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That’s great, how can I buy a copy ?
Hi ,

We are now pushing towards a release date in the coming months - It will happen !

Details will be posted when everything is ready. The release will be as the 2020 update above.

Screenshots of ABS , AIRBAG and CLUSTER
soon !

Regards
Steve
 

rs48635

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Great work guys. Guessing the system must be pretty robust as my car has been through the workshop in this phase :D