Thanks to the K-Suite 3.0 update you will be able to work on bench and in OBD on the latest generation Porsche, equipped with the following ECUs: Continental SDI 21.1, SDI 21.2 e SDI 21.3.
Through K-TAG Protocol 1036 you’ll have the opportunity to work directly on the ECUs of Porsche 911 and Porsche 718 which mount the new engines MDA, MDB, MDC and MDD. After the 2016 restyling, in fact Porsche 911 abandoned naturally aspirated engines and, for the first time, all the models were equipped with 3.0L or 3.8L flat-six turbocharged engines. The 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman new generation engines are equipped with 2.0L and 2.5L flat-4 turbocharged engines which replace the flat-6 naturally aspirated engine; thus providing increased performances and lower fuel consumption.
Following, some technical details regarding reading and writing modes of the new protocol:
K-TAG Protocol 1036 is a Bootloader with direct connection to the external connector of the ECU. So, you just have to connect the cable 14P600KT02 to your K-TAG and to the external connector of the ECU (for CAN line and power supplies), and connect with CFN and Boot Pins. Connecting the Boot and CNF Pins you can use the positioning frame and the provided programming probes. As an alternative, you can solder the wires that connect CFN and Boot to the cable 14P600KT02.