Scania’s EMD1 Continental EMS S8 employs the Motorola Freescale boot 3-point BAM connection. ECUHELP KT200 ECU programmer Full Version is able to read and write this ECU. An essential component of this process is locating and using the CNF1 plug.
The CNF1 plug is crucial for the reading and writing process. To find its location, refer to the image below:
The CNF1 plug is not a button; it’s a physical plug.
Use a universal adapter with a power switch to connect. The detailed representation of the CNF1 plug is shown in the following image:
MOTOROLA Continental EMS S8, MPC5566, requires a specific pinout for KT200 connectivity. Here’s a step-by-step guide:
Kit to use:
– Multifunction cable
– Rainbow flat cable
This control unit requires a high amperage. So we recommend powering the system by connecting an external battery via the green jack connector to the tool.
Connect the multifunction cable as follows:
Remove the resin on the board and solder the rainbow flat:
To read and write use the following driver:
> BDM / JTAG
> JTAG NEXUS MPC/SPC
> MPC 55xx
While the KT200 is also capable of writing to the Scania EMS S8 via OBD(VR reading download file to PC), this method is lengthier compared to using the BDM mode.