Delphi MT-05 Diagnostics Reader/Recorder
Note: If your machine is still under warranty do not use this program as the dealer needs to troubleshoot it and verify that the issue is actually what you may think it is and then submit a warranty claim for the parts & labor.
Note: Going to put this up here so more are likely to read it but when using this program and disconnecting, After disconnect of the comm link turn key off and wait 15 seconds and then you can start and go about your business.
The following will work on Argo, Bennche, CF Moto, Massimo, HiSun, Some Intimidators, Linhai, Odes or even your mower as long as it has a Delphi MT-05 ECM this will work.
Hopefully some will find this beneficial as it will allow you to visually see what the sensors are doing and what signals they are being sent as well as record that data which you can playback later and even go step by step to visually see problem areas. You are able to set the interval time as well which comes in handy of you need to catch that glitch. For the money invested it is an excellent diagnostic tool. I have verified that both screens have output, you are able to log a running engine, Data slewing works fine and clearing codes works as well.
What is required: You will need the following to operate this program.
(1) VAG/KKL Cable and the software works fine with the cheap Chinese cable you can get off Ebay or Amazon. You can purchase from Amazon, Click Here To Purchase VAG/KKL Cable
Ebay has an excellent price right now on this cable here. Ebay VAG/KKL Cable (Excellent price)
The cable will look as shown below.
(2) You will either need to make a adapter cable to go from the MT-05 Diagnostic connector to the OBDII connector on the VAG/KKL cable or if you search hard enough you may find them already made.
Found a prebuilt 6 pin to OBDII cable on Ebay and purchased a couple and pinouts are correct so check this out if you don't want to build your own, Heck can't even build your own for less.
You can get the OBDII cable with bare ends from Amazon as well.
This image shows the OBDII connector and the Furukawa RFW-6P connector.
Completed cable will look as shown below.
You can purchase the Furukawa RFW-6P from Corsa-technic here, Order the 22-20 ga pins and the 1.4-2.0mm seal diameter.
If you happen to work on several years you will notice that on most older machines they have a different pinout for the diagnostics port and the following cable once made will adapt for that variation. Or you can just re-pin the older port and be done with it.
Connectors and corresponding color dots to show what wire goes where.
Completed adapter cable.
You can purchase the connectors from Corsa-technic if you want to build your own adapter. Get the appropiate gauge for the wire gauge and the correct seal for the wire o.d.
If you want a cable so you can use it as a Sniff cable (Read data to & from another device and ecm, Bacially logs comms between the laptop and the ecm) here is one of the above cables modded to add a switch or if you have 2 cables you can just mod one and have the other as normal.
Remove that resistor to create a Sniff cable.
Switch installed and basically remove the resistor as noted above and solder in a couple wires with a 1k resistor on one of the wires and that will create the proper pullup so it connects when used in normal mode or OL if used in Sniff mode.
(3) Laptop with Windows 7,8,10 (64bit preferred), At least (1) available USB port.
(4) HUD ECU Hacker program from the following link,
(5) This is not a necessary item but it does cover the program as well as the DTC\'s.
Videos of playback of recorded Odes 1000 log file.