Dissecting the CueCat

Cutting this scanning kitty up to to discover the hideout of the serial identifier.
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Ray's picture

From the research that I have done, several websites have said it is the 10th pin on the 44 pin Hyundai SMD chip. There are 11 on each side, so it isn't hard to find if you can see where the #1 chip is.

Which procedure is better?

Pin to Float

mtmjwz's picture

From the research that I have done, several websites have said it is the 10th pin on the 44 pin Hyundai SMD chip. There are 11 on each side, so it isn't hard to find if you can see where the #1 chip is.

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