CM2250 ECM image down/upload help
09-07-2020, (Subject: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help ) 
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CM2250 ECM image down/upload help
I'm trying to get familiar with Calterm and Ensite to work on a new to me truck. I think I found how to pull the cal files from the ECM but going through the process to upload to the ECM I am receiving errors. Anyone one who know and willing to share this knowledge is much appreciated.

Joe
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09-13-2020, (Subject: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help ) 
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RE: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help
(09-07-2020 )lando3145 Wrote:  I'm trying to get familiar with Calterm and Ensite to work on a new to me truck. I think I found how to pull the cal files from the ECM but going through the process to upload to the ECM I am receiving errors. Anyone one who know and willing to share this knowledge is much appreciated.

Joe

pm me ill help
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09-21-2020, (Subject: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help ) 
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RE: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help
(09-07-2020 )lando3145 Wrote:  I'm trying to get familiar with Calterm and Ensite to work on a new to me truck. I think I found how to pull the cal files from the ECM but going through the process to upload to the ECM I am receiving errors. Anyone one who know and willing to share this knowledge is much appreciated.

Joe

Looked at his file today after he sent it to me. Typical bad delete just like the ones found being traded around on the auto/truck engine tuning sites.

Basically, it looks like someone dumped in a copied bad deelete out of another truck that is incompatible with his vehicle and changed the data plate info to match. - it is also quite bad, no engine mode control, bad detonation rate control, injection timing at 9+ degrees too high, etc.etc.etc.. and incomplete.


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09-28-2020, (Subject: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help ) 
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RE: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help
I have talked to Rawze and received a bunch of help from a few others on the forum. I have been trying to get my tune where I want it, but I have reached my limit and comfort zone of what I am doing. I've learned alot about all of this and have a whole new appreciation and for these engines and the individuals that understand them. {}
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09-28-2020, (Subject: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help ) 
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RE: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help
(09-28-2020 )lando3145 Wrote:  I have talked to Rawze and received a bunch of help from a few others on the forum. I have been trying to get my tune where I want it, but I have reached my limit and comfort zone of what I am doing. I've learned alot about all of this and have a whole new appreciation and for these engines and the individuals that understand them. I'm looking for someone that will help create the file for me to load in my ECM. Anyone who is willing to help is much appreciated, I do not want the help for free.


here is what needs to happen to start fixing this mess (repost from similar thread) ...

* The ecm needs to be re-programmed with the original factory program for the CM2250 for that make/model truck --- THE ORIGINAL PROGRAM THAT BELONGS TO YOUR TRUCK AND ENGINE needs to go back into the ecm. This can be done with Insite software and the right factory program, or you can simply take the ecm to a stealers$it and have them flash it for that truck and engine that was originally in it, likely for a few hundred bucks. Just use the vin# of the truck and any stealers$it that can bench the ecm can put it back in, make it ready to go. <- This will get rid of the bad delete program out of the ecm and allow someone to start with a fresh up-to-date program for that make/model truck.

* After a new program is flashed in with insite ... ecm needs to be able to build all data in RAM memory back up before it can be properly edited without corruption. It takes about10 minutes to do this. Because of this, after ecm is flashed back with factory program ... the ecm needs to be put back on the engine and the power applied (turn on key-switch in dash) to the ecm (it does not have to actually crank and run the engine) with the ecm on the truck. It needs this power applied to it for a minimum of 10 minutes. If it gets fault codes, it will not matter. no need to panic or over think it. it just needs power on it and it to be on the truck so it can see things. After that, someone can then go further.

* Next would be to copy the clean factory program out of the ecm so that it can be edited and fixed now that you have a clean file again.


* e-mail the clean file to have MM properly done to it + any desired power/trq, etc. settings applied.

* putting the corrected file back in ( using CT, almost same process as when it was copied out) when you get it back.


if you don't want to tackle that yourself then forum members 'Mommaburt', 'Mr.Hag', or 'running rough' would be the only ppl somewhat trustworthy for some remote help.


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Yesterday, (Subject: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help ) 
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RE: CM2250 ECM image down/upload help
Interesting read for me at least. Don't mean to hijack the thread, I just don't want to create similar thread on the same subject. I'm on the same boat with the exception of bad tune. I'm running stock tune right now on my cm2350 that I'd like to de-mandate as I'm running my newly acquired truck on short often stop and go routes.
I have calterm 4.x and insite 8.5.x, although I'm fairly familiar with Insite I never had a chance to work with calterm software.
Would any of you guys be willing to help with remote tuning this cummins cm2350
My setup is:
2015 Volvo with 2014 mandate
Engine: 400ST 1450/1550tq
CPL: 3937

From the homework I've done so far it looks like this engine family comes out in 3 specs, which are:

1. 400 ST 1450/1650
2. 425 ST 1450/1650
3. 450 ST 1550/1750

Id be interested in doing last 450hp and 1550/1750tq.
Do you guys think it is achievable without compromising engine long-term performance. Truck has 500k on and runs great.
On the side note, friend of mine offered a tune but I'm sceptical as I know guys who used him in the past and after 100-200k were blowing heads and turbos. I'd like to get it done right the first time. Thanks in advance.
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