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Opcom Can OBD2 2009 Version for OPEL cars covers almost all Opel cars, even new cars with CAN-BUS based diagnostic, such as Vectra-C, Astra-H,Zafira-B.It lets you read and clear fault codes,support many control units.
Newest Software version: 2009.
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Here is the information about technical service, including opcom setup instruction.pdf, OPCOM driver setup and activation.pdf, Opel OPCOM-2009 Vehicles coverage, Opel OPCOM-2009 support systems. Hope they can help you solve your technical problem.

Check the attachment about " op-com-setup-instruction .pdf,OP-COM-driver-setup-and-activation.pdf ".

OPCOM Software download from 2008 V to 2010V


Opel OPCOM-2009 does the following OPEL Vehicles:

Agila-B
Corsa-C
Corsa-D
Tigra-B
Meriva
Astra-G
Astra-H
Zafira-B
Insignia
Vectra-C/Signum
Captiva
Antara,Captiva MAXX
Vivaro
Movano
Astra Wagon is truck model; opcom can not work with it.

Opel OPCOM-2009 does the following OPEL Systems:
Engine
Chassis
Body

FAQ:
Q: Does this product has any other language other than English?
A: This product only have English version.

Notes:
1. Be sure to disable/uninstall anti-virus software
Please note,anti-virus software can flag up OPCOM 2009  software as having a virus. This is a false positive and is due to the software containing the application file. So Before setup the device software, please disable/uninstall anti-virus software or install a more reliable free virus scanner! Our OPCOM 2009 software is completely safe and virus free and all other virus scanners confirm this.

If the software data is destroyed or lost because you forget to disable/uninstall anti-virus software, please contact our customer service, we arrange to resend you CD or send you the software via internet.

2. Required windows operation system is windows XP
Be sure to setup and run the device software under windows XP. Otherwise the device software and program can be broken or it will fail to work.

 
OP-COM 2009 customer question:

 
Question: Just bought an opcom and it won’t talk to any cars ive tried. It's apparently the latest software version (1.39?) & the sticker on the back reads 090820B.
It's the one thats already cracked & doesent need activation, The test inerface says its ok. I've tried it on a 95 Astra & a 02 Corsa (both with no known faults) & get the same results, It wont comunicate with any ECU on the car either by doing the automatic selection or by selecting the cars manually. The power light comes on & the Tx light comes on but i've never seen th Rx light on.
Any help welcome.

Answer: For simple test put at 7 pin led , which is connected to ground from another side . You can see is your interface K line working .

Answer: Astra `95 works only with k-line. Don`t use can!
k-line don`t show all ecu place
Please test interface with newest car > 2004 year with can.
If You can use - all is ok
Try to reinstall the driver m8.

Question:
I've tried re installing the drivers loads of times but still getting the same.Surley this should work on a 95 astra & an 02 corsa. I dont have any other cars to try on at the moment.

Answer:
go to setings in main menu and select version c to update firmware
then click interface teste

Admin answer:
OPCOM can not work with 95 Astra, because it is not 16-pin connector.

2.How to Program Immobilizer Key by Original Opcom


This is an OP-COM immobilizer ii programming guide, which help read security code, program new/old keys to Opel…

!!! To program Opel keys with Opcom clone, you need LUCK!!!

What is Opcom?

Opcom is a PC-based diagnostic tool for Opel. Now there are 4 versions of Opcom in the market, incl.

Opcom firmware 1.70

Opcom firmware 1.65

Opcom firmware 1.59

 

What is immobilizer ii programming?

From 1995 and onwards, Opel/Vauxhall vehicles are factory installed with an immobiliser.

The Immobiliser-I system can be found in Astra-F, Corsa-B, Omega-B, Vectra-B.

The Immobiliser-II system can be found in Astra-G, Corsa-C, Omega-B, Vectra-B, Zafira,

Meriva

 

This opcom guide covers the Immobiliser-II system.

 

With OP-COM you can perform various immobiliser related operation.

 

OPCOM how to:

– Erase all transponder keys

– Learn transponder keys to immobiliser

– Reset engine ECU

– Reset immobiliser ECU

– Replace immobiliser

– Replace engince ECU

– Program immobiliser output

– Program security code

– Program mechanical key number (MKN)

– Program vehicle identification number (VIN)

 

Please note, that any immobiliser-related operation requires a security code.

The security code can be found in the Car Pass.

 

You should get the Car Pass from the dealer, or the previous owner, along with all the vehicle

papers (owners manual, service book, etc.) It contains the VIN, security code, the engine

type, radio code, etc.

 

Also, you can read security codes yourself.

Opcom v1.39 can read security codes and program keys in one device. But, unluckily, it stops production.

Opcom v1.59 can program keys also, but you need use Carprog v8.21 or CarProg 10.05 to read pin /security codes from engine ECU.

 

 

The security code has four digits, and it only contain numbers, from 0 to 9.

If you do not have the Car Pass, you should visit the dealer, where you can request a new Car

Pass. First, they will verify your papers, and if everything is all right, you’ll get a new Car

Pass. It costs you some money, but at least you will get the security code.

In this demonstration, we use a MY 2001 Astra-G, Engine Z 16 XE.

First, you can easily check that the vehicle is immobiliser equipped. Please look in the engine

ECU measuring blocks, where you’ll find the answer.

opcom-key-programming-1As you can see, Immobiliser Function Programmed = Yes .

 

When you open up the Immobiliser, you can see the following:

opcom-key-programming-1

You can easily verify the correct operation, or the state of the Immobiliser, please click on the

[Measuring Blocks] button.

 

For the immobiliser system, you can program up to five keys.

On this example, you can see, that only one key is programmed.

opcom-key-programming-1

The immobiliser and the Engine ECU is connected together via a W-Line.

(W comes from a german word, WegfahrSperre=Immobiliser)

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The security wait time is also important, because when a wrong security code has been

entered, the system will lock up itself, for some time. In that case, you have to wait, and try

again only, if the Security Wait Time is inactive here. Possible values can be anything from

10 seconds, to 21 hours! If you somehow managed to create a long Security wait time, please

connect a battery charger to the car, and leave the ignition on.

 

Possible Security Wait Times intervals: (hh:mm:ss)

00:00:10, 00:10:00, 00:20:00, 00:40:00

01:20:00, 02:40:00, 05:20:00, 10:40:00

21:20:00

(Yes! 21 hours, 20 minutes can be the longest one here  )

 

Under the [Special Functions], you can

– Read ECU Identification

– Reset Immobiliser

– Reset Engine ECU

– Erase Transponder Keys (all)

 

The Read ECU Identification button is not grayed out. This function does not require any

security code, and you can read out the vehicle VIN, and the MKN for identification

purposes. You’ll need the VIN, and the MKN, when you order new keys to the car.

opcom-key-programming-1

First, you have to enter the Security code, to enable the buttons.

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When a correct security code has been entered, all the options will be available.

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When a wrong security code has been entered, the program notifies you, and all the relevant

options will be grayed out.

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So, lets see each function in details:

[Op com Reset Immobiliser]

This function will set back the immobiliser ECU to its factory default state. Prior to replace,

you have to reset the immobiliser back to its factory default state. In this way, you can install

it into another car. This will also erase all transponder keys. Please note, that after using this

function, you won’t be able to start the engine.

opcom-key-programming-1

After the reset is done, you can verify in the measuring blocks, that all key entries erased

successfully.

opcom-key-programming-1

Important:

In a factory default state, the immobiliser ECU will accept ANY secret code.

 

[Opcom Reset Engine Control Module]

This function will set back the Engine Control Module to its factory default state. Prior to

replace, you have to reset it back to its factory default state. In this way, you can install it into

another car. You can verify the state of the engine ECU immobiliser in the measuring blocks

information. Please note, that after using this function, you may won’t be able to start the

engine. Each factory default state Engine ECU has some limited running time, without

immobiliser (max 10 attempts to be exact). After that number, the Engine ECU will lock

itself, and no more start is allowed without a fully functioning immobiliser. On Corsa-C,

Meriva, and Tigra-B the BCU, and the instrument cluster is also an Immobiliser related

component. OP-COM is going to support resetting, and programming these ECU’s in one of

the next release.

opcom-key-programming-1

Important:

Before you swap, or replace any immobiliser related component

(Engine ECU, Immobiliser ECU), you have to Reset them first.

 

The arming of the immobiliser has some delay (usually 5-10 min), so within five or ten

minutes, you may be able to start the car. But after this delay expires, you wont be able to

start the engine at all, as the immobiliser will lock the vehicle. An indicator light (SVS, or

MIL) will be flashing on the dash, showing an immobiliser related problem.

opcom-key-programming-1

Important:

When you intended to buy used engine or Immobiliser ECU, make sure that either

– you will get a valid security key, or Car Pass with the used unit, or

– the used parts were correctly set back (resetted)

 

[Op-com Erase Transponder Keys]

With this function, you can erase all transponder keys. The function is useful, for example

when your costumer purchases a used car, with three programmed keys, but he/she only has

one, or two in his/her hands. In that case, you can Erase all transponder keys, and only

reprogram those keys, which your costumer has

opcom-key-programming-1

Important:

This will not erase the programmed remote controls for the car. Erasing programmed remote

controls can be done in Alarm, or Central Door Locking, depending on which equipment is

built into the car.

 

Under the [Programming] menu, you can

– Program Immobiliser Function

– Program Immobiliser Output

– Program Transponder-Keys (New, and Old)

– Program Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

– Program Mechanical Key Number (MKN)

After you successfully entered a valid security code, all the available options will be active

opcom-key-programming-1

Important:

A new transponder key can only be programmed once to an immobiliser ECU. At the first

programming attempt, the immobiliser writes its own data (Secret Code, VIN, etc) into the

transponder, and then the transponder will be locked to that specific immobiliser. Although,

any programmed keys, can be erased, and reprogrammed to the same car without any

problem, a programmed transponder cannot be reprogrammed to another car, or to another

immobiliser ECU. The immobiliser is fully functional, when all the components have the

same VIN, and Secret Code.

 

An already programmed Immobiliser-II type transponder key can be programmed to a

different Immobiliser-I type Immobiliser ECU, without any problem.

 

Let’s see each function in details:

[Opcom Program Immobiliser]

When you replace an immobiliser, or an engine ECU, or both, you can use this function to

program the replaced component(s). When you click on the button, you will see, that it has

three choices:

– Immobiliser installed (replaced)

– Engine Controller installed (replaced)

– Both Immobiliser and Engine Controller installed (replaced)

opcom-key-programming-1

Please choose accordingly what you did replaced, then please press the [OK] button

 

When you replaced the Immobiliser, you should see something like this:

opcom-key-programming-1

When you replaced the Engine Control Unit, you should something like this:

opcom-key-programming-17

When you replace both Engine and Immobiliser ECU, both programming routine will be

executed after each other. First, the Immobilser ECU will be programmed with the Secret

Code, VIN, and MKN, then a new Engine ECU will be adapted to the system.

 

After you successfully finished the Immobiliser programming function, you have to program

at least one key to the immobiliser system.

 

[OP-COM Program Immobiliser Output]

When the car is equipped with an Anti Theft Warning System (Alarm), you should program

the immobiliser output accordingly.

opcom-key-programming-18

[OPCOM Program Transponder Key – NEW]

With this function, you can program NEW, not previously programmed key(s) to the

immobiliser system. Only one key can be programmed at once. After each key, please cycle

the ignition. If you want to program two, or three keys, please repeat the procedure.

[OP CPM Program Transponder Key – OLD]

With this function, you can program OLD, previously already programmed key(s) to the

immobiliser system. Only one keys can be programmed at once. After each key, please cycle

the ignition. If you want to program two, or three keys, please repeat the procedure.

opcom-key-programming-18

If the program gives you the following message:

Programming Failed!

 

then please check the measuring blocks for more information about your transponder-key.

The reasons could be as simple as

– wrong transponder type

– key contains no transponder at all (dropped out from key, etc.)

– transponder already programmed to other car

– Wrong transponder-key programming routine selected (trying to program a

previously programmed transponder as a new one)

 

Next, you will see some example pictures, I hope these can helps you to identify

the problem more easily. When the immobiliser system working perfectly, the Transponder

status must be Correct TP-Key.

 

Transponder identification OK, system working properly:

opcom-key-programming-18

Key does not contains valid transponder:

opcom-key-programming-21

Key contains a transponder (new, or previously programmed):

opcom-key-programming-21

[OP-COM Program Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)]

With the help of this function, you can program the VIN of your car into the immobiliser

ECU.

opcom-key-programming-21

[OPCOM Program Mechanical Key Number (MKN)]

With the help of this function, you can program the MKN of your car into the immobiliser

ECU. This information is helpful, when you want to order some spare keys to your car, and

you can only order fine, mechanically working keys to your car, if you know the Mechanical

Key Number.

opcom-key-programming-21

Summary:

In this guide, we wanted to summarize you what OP-COM can do with the immobiliser.

 

The most Important note:

Please, First always read the factory repair manual of your car!

 

There are some steps, which require great attention from the user. Please, take your time, do

not rush, and think it over at least twice, which functions do you chooses.

 

Do not click automatically on OK, if you don’t know what’s going to happen.

 

opcom-key-programming-21

You cannot do any harm accidentally, because every important step has its own safety warning

box.

 

I hope you will find something helpful in this opcom manual. You need luck with key programming by Opcom china clone: http://www.obd2eshop.com/search/?q=Opcom&DirID= Anyway, a HQ opcom is a must! Good luck!

 

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