How to read Ford Transit SID208 ECU by KTAG clone? (Steps)

This blog is helpful to guide you: How use reworked KTAG clone to read SID208 ECU 2013 Ford Transit step by step? Check below to know the whole procedure!


Step 1: Open KTAG 2.11 FW 6.070 software as below:


Select car manufacturer “Ford”, car model “Transit” then car year and ECU type “KW: 103 HD: 140 2012 SIEMENS SID208”. (Since there is no 2013 on menu)


Step 2: Check SID207 pinout and wiring diagram from KATG database.

Plug-in 510: SID 208 IROM IC1797

The area on ECU board you need to solder wires:


Check this picture, solder a wire to the boot pins and solder a wire to the CNF1 pin.


Check this pinout to connect the cable 14P600KT02 to ECU connector.



Note: You need stable power bench supply and set it to minimum 13.6V and minimum 3A as this ECU needs a lot of power supply.


Step 3: All preparation done! Now just click “Read” and remember to do backup, KTAG will start to read SID208 ECU!


Next is to wait ECU reading complete 100%. It may cost a while.


And save the bin file! In this way you successfully read Ford SID208 by KTAG!


KTAG SID 208 ECU read write feedback

Hope it helps!

Confirmed: I read Ford SID208 by KTAG EU CLONE V6.070 – 14.1V and work perfect.

Lower voltage doesn’t work. SID needs higher voltage, use external battery and charger or higher output adapter.


Ford SID208 and PSA SID807evo done by KTAG OK!


KTAG EU clone read and write no problem!

Done Land Rover Defender 2013 with 2.2 transit engine SID208 using KTAG 2.11 and write by OBD using KESS V2 2.08 both PCB not reworked just changed NXP chip!


I had transit 2012 SID208. Until 13.7 volts, nothing, communication error!

After raising the voltage it worked like a charm! It’s a Chinese clone just that I reworked.


I made sid208 with china reworked KTAG, read/write 100%, but you need china quartz component or resonator with 3 pins, not better 2 pins.


You need 10amp and 14V and KTAG will read it perfectly!


My power supply is 5A and voltage 13 and read 100%


13.5V is ok, but needed provide lot Amps, can use car battery for power supply if lab tools are not from top.


13.8V 3amp and mine reads fine.


KTAG read fine, 12.5V 3amp supply.

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