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hi can anyone help i have a 53 plate 307cc with a suspected faulty roof ecu

my ecu has the no. 9651488980

can i use one with the no. 9647538580 or 9654425180 ?

are they all compatible or is it a specific one i need as they look identical

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hi can anyone help i have a 53 plate 307cc with a suspected faulty roof ecu

my ecu has the no. 9651488980

can i use one with the no. 9647538580 or 9654425180 ?

are they all compatible or is it a specific one i need as they look identical

cheers:)
anyone know if this would work?

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How do you know its an ecu fault and not a microswitch fault.
The 96 numbers mean nothing. They are only the manufacturer numbers. The proper numbers to go by are the Peugeot part numbers.

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Doubt its the ecu but I have tried different part numbers in 206cc and they all worked so chances are they are just different versions of the same basic system.

Have you checked all the usual suspects micro switches in boot catch etc
 

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hi thanks i'll try it then :thumb:

yeah tried the micro switches and they seem ok - theory is i'll buy an ecu if its not that i'll sell it on - cheaper than plugging it in at peugeot and paying them to say its the ecu:)
 
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Don't discount the ECU - they're prone to moisture related failure in these - but as Oirish Dave suggests I'd check ever single other (and cheaper!) Component first.
 

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Get a Planet diagnostic and get all the roof parameters checked. I was called out to diagnose a roof which wouldn't go down.

It was the luggage cover - even when pulled out there was a slight bow in the leading edge and it wasn't making contact with the switch.
 
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Don't discount the ECU - they're prone to moisture related failure in these - but as Oirish Dave suggests I'd check ever single other (and cheaper!) Component first.
Its easy throw a part at a problem especially if you're not clued up in how to test/check the rest of the system. It shows the ability of the diagnoser.

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And more ££££££££££££££ for the mechanic. I don't know how they do things in Ireland. Actually, scratch that, I do because a friend of mine has a scooter business in Dublin. But in the UK garages are just terrible for ripping people off. Whether its intentional or down to ignorance I don't know.

I'm just thankful I have a small network of trusted mechanics in my area to rely on.
 
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Don't get me wrong. There are muppets here too that havent a clue. No one specialises so they know little bits about everything. Thats the problem. You cant know everything about everything. Specialising is the way to go.

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A fella rang me once about a citroen c5 that the suspension wasnt rising up and the car was on the floor. He had already put two suspension electric motors in it and still not working. He decides to ring me then asking about it. First thing I said did he check the suspension motor fuse. You can guess what his answer was, no. To make a long story short. Thats what you are dealing with. The fuse was blown. Muppet.

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still not got an ecu but i was thinking have i checked all the micro switches???

can anyone tell me where all the micro switches are so i can go through them all

and is there anything else i should check before i take a risk on the ecu?

cheers guys:cool:
 
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