anyone out there have any background on the Motorola mpc565 processor. It's used primarily in late model automotive engine management systems. I need to figure out how to read the embedded memory modules inside the processor. Any guidance would be great. I have located all the data sheets on the processor but don't understand how to read the memory. I've worked with surface mount flash memory chips.Desolder, pop it int a reader and the read and write is not difficult. Of course check sum correction is required as well. my efforts are to recalibrate the look up tables for ignition and fuel calibration for a supercharger application. I have a BDM module that works on some ECUs with teh same processor but this particular ECU has no pads on the board for BDM as far as I can tell. The processor also has a ball grid surface mount and I've never messed with anything like this.
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