The Hunt for ECU

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Aztec
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Re: The Hunt for ECU

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AngeloftheAbyss wrote:So its supposed to have 16 pins, I take it there must be an adaptor I can get, it's all good clean fun :bang:
Those 2 flying leads are an adapter lead from the 16 pin socket on the ecu, they plug into another adapter lead with interface (£20.40) which then plugs into another interface then plugs into a laptop, you also need to purchase something like Ross-Tech VCDS HEX-V2 3VIN (£225).

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Re: The Hunt for ECU

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And while I remember, are they extracting the urine with their 'Liftomatic' seriously it would be a lot more stable if I nailed a few feathers to each side, can bigger/better arms be used? :loco: :loco:
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Re: The Hunt for ECU

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So where would one purchase these cables and what are they called?
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