Javier Sanchez Posted March 25, 2013 Report Share Posted March 25, 2013 Hi, I've a problem, PCLink can't connect to the ECU. It is a Link G4 fitted to a Nissan S13 with Ca18det engine. I've installed the PCLink, connected the Ecu to the computer, and then, Windows 7 have found the LINK and have installed it correctly I can find LINK in myÂ laptop if I have the key of the car in ON, but no if I have the car OFF, obviusly, is it correct. But then, in PCLink I can't connect to the ECU, The message I have is this: I've tried - Three diferents laptops -Â Change the port com number ( Some ports) like you said here 'When you have the ECU connected to your laptop and the ignition on, open Device manager and have a look under ports and see if your ECU is listed there. If it is not and you have all your connections correct, try another USB port to be sure. If it is listed in device manager check the com port number it is on. you can then open PCLink, click options > connections and set the serial port number to match the one in device manager. If the ECU still does not connect, right click on the ECU in Device manager, select properties > port settings > advanced > and change the com port number to a different one, preferably one with a number of 8 or less. Change the com port in PCLink to match the new one you have set in device manager.' Â - I've tried to update the firmware, but the answer is this: Â What happens? Thanks a lot, Javier SÃ¡nchez Â Â Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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