Executing instructions from the cache has been shown to improve the defect coverage of real chips. However, although the faults detected by such tests can be deteremined, there has been no technique to target test generation for an undetected fault. This paper presents a novel technique to map pre-computed test sequences at the module level of a processor, to sequences of instructions. The module level pre-computed test sequence is translated into a temporal logic property and the negation of the property is passed to a bounded model checker. The model checker produces a counter-example for the temporal logic property. This counter-example trace contains the instruction sequence that can be applied at the primary inputs to produce the pre-computed test sequence at the module inputs. This technique has no restrictions on the type of test sequences, so it can be used to map test sequences for any kind of fault to processor instructions. It can also be used in the design phase to produce validation tests.