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Hi, I was making some tests with my jaguar 0.7 and made a mistake leaving alone a +12v wire that touch the board and the MCU is dead :(:(

where do you recommend me to buy a replacement? same reference or there are more equivalent?
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AiToR51,

Sorry to hear about that, but welcome to the small club (4 people that I know) of those who have managed to killed a processor.

You want to replace it with the same Freescale/NXP MC9S12XDP512MAL processor.
The suffix MAL means: M = -40C to 125C operating temperature, the L = 112 pin LQFP footprint.

You want to stay away from the CAL (-40C to 85C) and VAL (-40C to 105C) suffix processors as they have a narrower operating temperature range.

Here is a link as a reference: http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/e ... ND/1167902

You may find the processors in the UK or Europe at a better price, just make sure they are genuine Freescale or NXP parts.
Be wary of processors from eBay or from a Chinese websites as they may not be genuine processors!!!
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well,near two years later is repaired :lol2: after a few hours of work.

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was able to load the s19 using your usbdm and made a fast test of comms with EMStudio, I've to check all inputs and outputs.




although is sad to see this project in this slow growing state.
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Aitor! Bienvenido vuelta! :-)
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Good job Aitor, good to see you again :)
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Congratulations from a fellow member of the exclusive "burned ecu through my own stupidity and replaced it myself" club.
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:lol2:
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