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Old 12-05-17, 06:40 PM   #1
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Anyone knowing a good place to get an ecu repaired
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ECU testing or BBA reman. Its often cheaper to do a ECU and BSI swap
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How does that work
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You buy a secondhand ECU, BSI and key from a wrecker [must all be from the same car] and swap the BSI and ECU into your car and swap the internals of the key and off you go..
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One thing.. if the new BSI/ECU has a higher mileage recorded on them, your dash will reset itself to the higher mileage, just be aware of that.
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You'd also need the ignition barrel and door lock
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Anyone knowing a good place to get an ecu repaired
What's the problem with the ECU? Before going to the trouble of repairing/replacing your control unit, it's best to make sure 100% that it's defective. I've seen a couple of instances recently where mechanics have said the BSI or ECU is faulty, it can be used as a bit of a get out clause if someone is unsure of the fault.
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You'd also need the ignition barrel and door lock
Why? Key electronics are easy to swap out.
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What's the problem with the ECU? Before going to the trouble of repairing/replacing your control unit, it's best to make sure 100% that it's defective. I've seen a couple of instances recently where mechanics have said the BSI or ECU is faulty, it can be used as a bit of a get out clause if someone is unsure of the fault.
This!.. Easy to blame the 'black box' when ignorance rules...
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You'd also need the ignition barrel and door lock
Not if you retain the original key blade.
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