Friday, March 18, 2016

How to load Lexia 3 Peugeot Planet PP2000 diagnostic software to car ECU

Diagnostic tool needs:
Lexia 3 lexia-3 V48 diagnostic interface with Peugeot Planet PP2000 V25 diagnostic software

1.After well install and activate lexia 3 software, open and run Peugeot Planet Office on the desktop

2.Click F1 to key to cancel when the system pops out update warning message
3.Select vehicle model, here takes an example of 306R

4. Select application as Peugeot Planet 2000


5. Enter 4-digit Build code in Entering the vehicle information interface

NOTE:
Build Cod, also called RP or ORGA number for Citroens, is built in PSA Group factories. This can be used to determine the exact age of the vehicle (as opposed to date from registration info, which is all that RAC vehicle info etc. have to go on), as well as parts suitability - for instance where there was a changeover or variation during production you may see references such as “From O 8161” in the parts system. This is normally a 4 digit long number and identifies where the vehicle came in the production run.

To find the Build Code of vehicle, you need to look under the bonnet:

1) Earlier cars, the Build Code is painted (probably in green) onto the driver's side suspension turret. It is a 6 digit number, the first 4 digits of which are your Build Code.

2) In later cars the Build Code can be found on a small white sticker on the passenger side bulkhead.

If the build code is 09704 88 1 0759, then you put the number in Planet is 0970.

6. Then select ECU configuration and services


7. Select Global test


8. Switch on the ignition.
Connect the adaptor part number AC911684 ro the USB communication card (Peugeot Plant Interface)
Connect the portable to the test connector C001


9. Peugeot Planet PP2000 is successfully loaded to car ECU.

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