2015+ Continental ECU Memory Structure is LSB

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2015+ Continental ECU Memory Structure is LSB

Unread postby decipha » Wed Oct 14, 2020 8:09 am

Posting this here for anyone doing development, might save you some frustration.

The continental ecu's differ from the copperheads in that their memory structure is LSB so when creating def files you would be lost if using a copperhead for reference since the data will all be garbled.

Continental is 4 byte floating point like copperhead but is LSB which copperhead IS NOT.
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