GODIAG GT100 OBD2 ECU Connector works with car diagnostic tool or ECU programmer can perform single ECU module diagnostic and programming easily. In this post, you can learn how to use it and Xhorse VVDI2 to test VW engine.
1.All tools need:
Car ECU box: VW MED 17.5
VVDI 2 key programmer
GODIAG GT100 Auto Tools OBDII Break Out Box ECU Connector
->>Follow the wiring diagram to connect GODIAG GT100 with ECU module via colored jumper cable
->>Use OBD 2-in-1 extension cable of GODIAG GT100 and OBD2 cable of VVDI2 programmer to connect GODIAG GT100 and VVDI2
->>Connect VVDI2 key programmer to computer via USB cable
->> Supply power to GODIAG GT100 by an AC power adapter
->> Turn on the power switch of Godiag GT100
Open VVDI2 software-> Select “VW”
Select “Engine” and press “Connect”
Identify the ECU successfully
Select “Read DTCs”
Read out 19 DTCs
In summary, Godiag GT100 ECU breakout box is a cost-effective testing platform for OBDII protocol communication detection and ECU maintenance/diagnosis/ programming/coding. It not only can convert the car OBD2 interface into 16 pins for signal detection and electrical level conversion, but also can connect the single modules or multiple modules of the vehicle with any diagnostic tool to tell whether the car communication is good or not. Great value for the money!