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by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Apr 11, 16:02
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: EEC V file conversion
Replies: 356
Views: 55669

Re: EEC V file conversion

Yes, I get a bank error message with the above on sad v 4.012. Should all 4 of those entries be commented out, The first instance of both were not commented out and the second was. So wasn't exactly sure why there was a duplicate of each, just commented out.
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Apr 10, 08:03
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: SAD Directive Formatting
Replies: 5
Views: 47

Re: SAD Directive Formatting

Here is the SAD documentation I have been using for SAD 4.012
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Apr 10, 07:58
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: SAD Directive Formatting
Replies: 5
Views: 47

Re: SAD Directive Formatting

Here is the dir file I got from you and added a few entries and converted over most of the old context to the new. Some stuff could be wrong so you will have to double check some of the actual entries, but the context is correct, I hope.
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Apr 10, 07:54
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: EEC V file conversion
Replies: 356
Views: 55669

Re: EEC V file conversion

That is the DIR file I got from you, so I am not positive about that to be honest. The duplicates were there already and were commented out. I only commented out the first RATCH_MIN entry to see if I could make it clear, but it did not help.
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Apr 10, 07:52
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: SAD Directive Formatting
Replies: 5
Views: 47

Re: SAD Directive Formatting

sym xxxx "flags_xxx" :Bx
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Apr 09, 16:03
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: EEC V file conversion
Replies: 356
Views: 55669

Re: EEC V file conversion

I do have another question that I can not figure out. In RZASAMY.dir I have below...

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#SYM  12280 "RATCH_MIN"                 #W via SADx
#SYM 12280 "RATCH_MIN"                 #W via SADx
SYM  144C0 "RATIV"
#SYM 144C0 "RATIV"                     #UW Via SADx

SYM 188C2 "V_EGRDC_MAX"               #W via sadx

SYM 18D5C "VEC"
That puts RATCH_MIN

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9439b: a0,37,36           ldw   R36,R136         TMP2L = RATCH;
9439e: a0,23,38           ldw   R38,R122         TMP3L = TP;
943a1: a1,00,3c,3a        ldw   R3a,3c00         TMP4L = 3c00;
943a5: ef,04,e9           call  92cac            Sub_92cac ();
943a8: 89,80,22,42        cmpw  R42,2280         
943ac: db,06              jc    943b4            if (TMP8L < 2280)  {
943ae: a1,80,22,42        ldw   R42,2280         TMP8L = Func_12280;
943b2: 20,0a              sjmp  943be            goto 943be; }
Here as a function at line 943AE, I commented it out to see if it helped to figure it out... It did not. LOL
In OMAE2 I think I have found the match for it, but it puts it right inside the MAF Transfer Function

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94a74: a0,fb,36           ldw   R36,R1fa         TMP2L = RATCH;
94a77: a0,99,38           ldw   R38,R198         TMP3L = TP;
94a7a: a1,00,28,3a        ldw   R3a,2800         TMP4L = 2800;
94a7e: 10,08              rombk 8
94a80: ef,a8,de           call  8292b            Sub_8292b ();
94a83: 89,00,23,42        cmpw  R42,2300         
94a87: db,06              jc    94a8f            if (TMP8L < 2300)  {
94a89: a1,00,23,42        ldw   R42,2300         TMP8L = 2300;
94a8d: 20,0a              sjmp  94a99            goto 94a99; }
The rest of the subroutine also matches up pretty well. But the 12300 address puts it

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   uuwFn036_MAF_Transfer:
12290: ff,ff,ff,ff        func          5.12 ,      1741.75 
12294: 40,fb,f0,ff        func          5.03 ,      1741.35 
12298: 80,ed,c7,d8        func          4.75 ,      1474.91 
1229c: 80,e3,5e,bf        func          4.55 ,      1302.03 
122a0: 80,d9,4b,a8        func          4.35 ,      1145.03 
122a4: 80,cf,5c,93        func          4.15 ,      1002.6  
122a8: 80,c5,61,80        func          3.95 ,       873.47 
122ac: 80,bb,32,6f        func          3.75 ,       756.55 
122b0: 80,b1,a7,5f        func          3.55 ,       650.8  
122b4: 80,a7,9e,51        func          3.35 ,       555.31 
122b8: 80,9d,f8,44        func          3.15 ,       469.25 
122bc: 80,93,9a,39        func          2.95 ,       391.91 
122c0: 00,8c,dc,31        func          2.8  ,       339.23 
122c4: 80,84,c1,2a        func          2.65 ,       290.89 
122c8: 00,7d,55,24        func          2.5  ,       247.2  
122cc: 80,75,cf,1e        func          2.35 ,       209.62 
122d0: 00,6e,05,1a        func          2.2  ,       177.03 
122d4: 80,66,dc,15        func          2.05 ,       148.73 
122d8: 00,5f,3e,12        func          1.9  ,       124.12 
122dc: 80,57,19,0f        func          1.75 ,       102.72 
122e0: 00,50,5a,0c        func          1.6  ,        84.04 
122e4: 80,48,f7,09        func          1.45 ,        67.8  
122e8: 00,41,e2,07        func          1.3  ,        53.63 
122ec: 80,39,16,06        func          1.15 ,        41.41 
122f0: 00,32,88,04        func          1    ,        30.83 
122f4: c0,2b,6a,03        func          0.88 ,        23.23 
122f8: 80,25,73,02        func          0.75 ,        16.66 
122fc: 80,20,e7,01        func          0.65 ,        12.94 
12300: c0,1c,a1,01        func          0.57 ,        11.08 
12304: 00,00,00,00        func          0    ,         0    

   Func_12308:
12308: ff,ff,00,07        func  65535,         7    
1230c: 00,0e,00,07        func   3584,         7    
12310: 00,08,00,06        func   2048,         6    
So...am I doing something incorrectly or do I need to define it specifically to the addresses where it looks to be RATCH_MIN? Or is it not correct in RZASA as well? Thanks again
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Apr 09, 15:47
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: EEC V file conversion
Replies: 356
Views: 55669

Re: EEC V file conversion

Ok, No problem at all. I understand completely. Just wanting to get too fancy for my own skillset, LOL.
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Apr 09, 11:06
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: EEC V file conversion
Replies: 356
Views: 55669

Re: EEC V file conversion

JSA.....If you could help me with a completely unrelated spreadsheet problem I am having, I would appreciate it? I am trying to make a build sheet for some transmissions I am building for people in excel. I would like to have a menu option or the snap ring and pressure plate choices that I have so I can select a thickness and it displays the part number and thickness of the plate or ring in the sheet, instead of having all of them listed and checking the one I use. I can figure out how to make a menu for thickness or part number, but I would like to select the thickness and have it display thickness and the corresponding part number for that thickness plate or ring. I can post what I have if you think you can help? I have several dropdowns I would like to have on the sheet for different clutch packs. Also I am having problems putting all of the data on one or two pages, I cant seem to find any videos on that. I want to be able to print it out and give it to the person I built it for. Also I have 3 options for build types that I would like to have a drop down for with descriptions of each build displayed on the printout, only the build selected would print on the sheet. I also can not figure out how to do that. Am I using the incorrect software for something like this? Should I be using something else? Thanks again for the assistance if you can help, if not, thanks anyways, LOL.
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Mar 30, 13:11
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: EEC V file conversion
Replies: 356
Views: 55669

Re: EEC V file conversion

Comparison spreadsheets can be handy for guiding SAD development.

Very true. But I think I am picking up disassembly much faster than spreadsheets. lol. While do my comparison spreadsheets I did notice the scientific math a ton while copying addresses over. I had to change the cells to text format. For some reason, sometimes it will change it back and I don’t catch it and I’ll come back to a weird address. Like 5800000. lol.
by BOOSTEDEVERYTHING
2024 Mar 29, 22:20
Forum: PCM / ECU / EEC Tuning
Topic: '07 Town Car V10 Swap?
Replies: 8
Views: 2863

Re: '07 Town Car V10 Swap?

I thought the vans all had 4 spds until they finally got the 6R around 10 years ago.
Before the 6R came the Torqshift 6. Pretty much the same transmission, just the older version. It was one of the first derivatives of the 6 speed automatic.