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2-DAY EPROM CODING PROGRAMMING TRAINING COURSE 20-21 of April 2024

Updated: 4 days ago




Due to the chip electronic components crisis and the huge delays in order delivery, getting new replacement electronic parts for cars and vans has come a big issue.

If you have eeprom skills, you can use ‘donor’, 'Green Parts', 'pre-owned' or 'recycled units' to get these vehicles back on the road very quickly.

Eepromming, coding and programming skills will allow you to turn this problem into a real and profitable income stream.

This course will provide the foundation of how memory works into vehicle ECU like immobilisers, engines, body computers, instrument clusters, airbags and how to program them.

DAY-1: Classroom training (theory lesson) - date to be confirmed.

DAY-2: Garage training (practical lesson) - date to be confirmed.

Level of experience: this training is for beginners, so no previous experience is required.

Maximum number of attendees: 10 people

Location: both classroom and garage training will take place in Basingstoke, Hampshire, and full address will be provided shortly.

Lunch and refreshment will be provided on both training days.


WHO IS THIS TRAINING FOR?

This course is for:

  • Mechanics

  • Auto electricians

  • Vehicle locksmith

  • ECU Remapping technicians

 TRAINING DETAILS:

  •  THEORY LESSON (DAY 1)

On the first day of the course, we will cover all aspects of the most common used memories, how to classify them and how to understand the data stored in them.

  •  PRACTICAL LESSON (DAY 2)

On the second day of the course, we will cover:

  • Desolder and resolder techniques and practice using our recommended soldering station

  • Read, modify and program data by OBD, bench mode, boot mode, SMD Clip and wire soldering

  • Practise with our recommended programmers (MRP Pad, Topdon, iFlash)

  • Practise with our software (airbag no crash, BIN Eprom Editor File)

  • Practise to fix software ECU (i.e. immobiliser not working, ECU not working, cloning ECU, virginising ECU)

  • Practise with emulators to bypass immobiliser problems (iMULE)

  • Practise with our transponder key programmer from reading data to make a new key (Topdon, The Diagnostic Box)


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