Discussion in 'Transmission' started by sambo, May 11, 2013.
Do you think this is something staff can help promote somehow?
I'm sure it is.
I'll create the thread in the members section now, just getting the bits together.
Anyone who wants it just has to join the club.
I've already had someone ask me if they can just pay for the code, so maybe an option to purchase it in the shop?
I've put a link on the YouTube videos to ClubGTi.
Just writing up the post, and the obvious way for the club to make money would be to offer an Arduino with the code already to go.
You could also look at a complete working unit with screen, buttons and wiring ready to go.
Or even a service for someone to send the Haldex to the club, and get a complete working unit in return.
I was in the process of writing a script so that only paid members can download the files but having a couple of issues at the moment. My other problem is when we switch to the new software in a few months time that script will be removed and we will have to write another.
I could offer it as a digital download through the shop if you think that's the way to go. What price could we set on it? All this is open for discussion
I've added the code to the members only thread here. For now, the only way to get it is to become a member. Hopefully it can be added to the shop in the near future.
having difficulty finding temperature sensor on Haldex V1. Is it possible that some of them doesn't have one?
i have problem with my haldex gen1 with error code "65535- Internal Control Module memory" so i decide to do some proyect with arduinoUNO, TB6560CNC(stepper motor shield) and I2C lcd. I´m newbie so read here very interesting stuff here.
How do you get the info from the streering wheel and speed sensors with some shield can ?
sorry for my bad english
I didn't try to find the steering wheel info.
Wheel speed comes from the ABS module, but I don't know the CAN packet IDs. You'll need to sniff the bus for that.
can you please send some info in PM
thank you very much
I'm afraid I don't have any further information to offer, I haven't looked at any of that.
Hi there people, has anybody thought about mechanically operating the pin? Would a thick cable being twisted remotely from a round valve in the cab, be man enough to spin the servo sprocket?
Another solution to control the Haldex standalone plug and play.
Trying to find an accurate board schematic - is this close? (ignoring the potentiometer)
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