Allison TCM Reflash (PCCS)
1 ) Support for requesting, parsing, saving and applying software and calibrations for MY09 controllers.
2 ) Support for DID and Utility files for use with the Read/Write tool.
3 ) Ability to dynamically update TCM Type codes and software compatibility.
4 ) Support for 1 Meg Baud fast write on the following adapters: Softing AC2 PCI, Softing CANCard2, and Vector CANCard XL.
5 ) Support for Equivalent Calibration upgrades for MY09 controllers.
6 ) Support for Program Level Conversions for different controllers that share a calibration.
7 ) Support for Dearborn DPA4+ translator device.
8 ) Support for Softing CANusb translator device, including support for Hybrid - EP 40/50 equipped vehicles.
Note: You must have administrative privileges to install and uninstall this program. On Windows Vista, User Account Control (UAC) must be disabled.
1 ) Insert installation CD into CD-ROM Drive.
2 ) If installation process does not begin momentarily, Select "Start"->"Settings"->"Control Panel" from the "Start" menu on the task bar.
3 ) From the Control Panel select "Add/Remove Programs".
4 ) Select "Install" on the Add/Remove Programs Properties Dialog.
5 ) Select "Next".
HARDWARE / SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION:
Windows XP Professional, Windows 2000 (SP4), or Windows Vista*
128 MB RAM (512 MB for Vista)
40 GB HD
Pentium 4, 2.0 GHz
One available USB, COM or Parallel port
Internet connection w/ Internet Explorer 5.0 or greater
1024 X 768 monitor
CD-ROM: 16X (minimum), 48X (recommended)
For Noregon DLA - drivers V2.2.6 or better; V2.2 firmware.
For Noregon DLA USB - drivers V.220.127.116.11 or better.
For Magikey PDM - NEXIQ Universal drivers V1.0 or better.
For NEXIQ USB-Link - NEXIQ USB-Link drivers V.3.1 or better.
For Dearborn DPAIV+ or DPAIV - DR121032_US latest version.
A PCI slot with a Softing CAN-AC2-PCI vehicle adapter, PCMCIA port
with Softing CANCard2 or Vector CANCardXL vehicle adapter, or USB
port with a Softing CANusb adapter is required for loading SIDs
onto Hybrid - EP 40/50 equipped vehicles.
* Using TCM Reflash on Windows Vista requires that User Account Control (UAC) be disabled.