OPCOM VAXU-COM Program New Console Integrated Module CIM for Opel

Here car-auto-repair.com share the procedures and tips of how to program new Console integrated module CIM for Opel by OPCOM VAXU-COM.

OPCOM VAXU-COM Program New Console Integrated Module CIM for Opel

Preparations:

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Before the new CIM is fitted, first note the following:

  • Security Code
  • V.I.N.
  • Mechanical key number
  • Variant encoding
  • High Speed CAN configuration
  • Mid Speed CAN configuration
  • Low Speed CAN Configuration
  • Run a full DTC scan and save the results
  • Make sure that the V.I.N. in the other control devices consistent with thecar

 

Reset the old CIM

Install the new CIM

  • Configure the CAN-High, Low and Middle configurations
  • Program V.I.N. and mechanical key number in the new CIM
  • Program Immobiliser function, (choose CIM installed)
  • Program the available transponder keys to the new CIM

Reset the following devices:

  • IPC
  • UEC
  • REC
  • Switch the ignition off and wait at least 15 seconds
  • Program the security code in the following devices:
  • IPC
  • UEC
  • REC
  • Configure the variant coding of the new CIM
  • The final step is to calibrate the steering angle sensor
  • Vectra-C / Signum
  • IPC
  • UEC
  • REC
  • IPC
  • UEC
  • REC

 

Before the new CIM is fitted, first note the following:

  • Security Code
  • V.I.N.
  • Mechanical key number
  • Variant encoding
  • High Speed CAN configuration
  • Mid Speed CAN configuration
  • Low Speed CAN Configuration
  • Run a full DTC scan and save the results
  • Make sure that the V.I.N. in the other control devices consistent with thecar

 

Reset the old CIM

Install the new CIM

  • Configure the CAN-High, Low and Middle configurations
  • Program V.I.N. and mechanical key number in the new CIM
  • Program Immobiliser function, (choose CIM installed)
  • Program the available transponder keys to the new CIM
  • Reset the following devices:
  • IPC
  • REC
  • BCM
  • PDM
  • DDM
  • Switch the ignition off and wait at least 15 seconds
  • Program the security code in the following steering devices:
  • IPC
  • REC
  • BCM
  • PDM
  • DDM
  • Configure the variant coding of the new CIM
  • The final step is to calibrate the steering angle sensor

Faultcode B1001 – Electronic Control Unit (ECU) not programmed stored?

B1001 – Electronic Control Unit (ECU) Not Programmed

(00) – Present

Which system or what component could be defective?

CIM variant configuration programming not correct.

  • Start communications with CIM
  • Choose programming
  • Choose variant configuration
  • Choose code index 008 programming

A new window, with all variant configurations, will appear.

  • If necessary modify the variant configuration
  • To save the configuration click programming

The new coding index 008 will be saved now and faultcode B1001 should be gone.

When a CIM module is replaced, it is important to load the Vehicle Immobiliser Data from

ECM to CIM module. This is accomplished by using the CIM replaced option in the Immobiliser

Function programming menu.

  • Start communication with ECM
  • Choose programming
  • Choose reset ECU
  • Start communication with CIM module
  • Choose programming
  • Re-syncronise ECM data by choosing ECM replaced in Immobiliser

 

Function Programming

Make sure you have programmed at least one key before you attempt to start the car.