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    Default Vectra TrafficMaster

    Can the TrafficMaster in a Vectra be 'hacked'?

    I've read the thread about TrafficMaster in here but I think that's only for the stand-alone units(?)

    Any help greatly appreciated.

    Cheers.

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    Default Re: Vectra TrafficMaster

    I also would like to know about this if poss

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    Default Re: Vectra TrafficMaster

    yes just reprog the 93c46 chip

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    Default Re: Vectra TrafficMaster

    How!!??

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    Default Re: Vectra TrafficMaster

    take the 2 screws from the to of your glove box and 2 from the bottom
    take out the glove box disconecting glove box light there will be a box on top of the glove box (black) or (silver)
    if u take out the pcb find the 93c46 chip on the black box its at the bottom
    left corner then u proggy it with a prog that will do microwire 8 pin 93c46 eeprom the elvis won't do it
    tmv2 is for the black box
    tmv1 is for the silver box

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    Default Re: Vectra TrafficMaster

    hello
    thats for that what prog that will do microwire 8 pin 93c46 eeprom ?
    thanks

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    Default Re: Vectra TrafficMaster

    just use any programmer that will program microwire 93c46 chips
    load the hex and dump it to your 93c46 chip
    ps make a backup first

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    Default Re: Vectra TrafficMaster

    Wickedmill - Thanks for that. The only programmer I have won't do these chips tho


    Where can I get one?

    Cheers.

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    Default Re: Vectra TrafficMaster

    you can make one or you can buy one there about 35+
    if your any good at electronics you can make a pony prog.
    i can do u a cheap proggy out of a lpt cable with instructions and software
    mail me

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