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« on: November 04, 2011, 03:56:38 PM »

I was googling and found this file i hope someone finds it helpful
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« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2012, 07:57:24 AM »

I extracted just the 2.7 engines from the file.

I would like to use this file to make a cross reference table. All this talk about 'boxes' and their letters needs some 'structure' for my understanding. Since most are S4 references, I would like to group all 'similar boxes' together, weather they are from an S4, A6 or Allroad. Looking up my current ECU number should tell me what other files may fit and what 'donor' cars they can be found in.

Please add to the file any missing cars and 'boxes', and add the transmission type and model years.

similar to this (from s4wiki/ecux list)

ECU    Property File
A,K    121
C    126
D    125
F    128
H,J    123
M,L    120
T,AA    122
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2002 Allroad 2.7T 6spd stage 2
1998 A4 1.8T 5spd stage 3
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« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2012, 03:20:26 AM »

Hi,

I have a Octavia 1.8t 2003mod AUM engine automatic transm.  with ECU 06A906032HL.
Is it possible for me to use a 06906032HJ ?

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Skoda Octavia 1.8T 2003 AUM 150hp automatic(01M) ME7.5 06A906032HL (0261207438) SW 366429 Eeprom 95040
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« Reply #3 on: November 04, 2012, 12:56:53 AM »

what vehicle did it come out of? Check the pinout of your vehicle vs the pinout of the donor vehicle. If that's the same, take it apart and verify it has the same hardware. After that, just program the immobilizer (or delete it) and you shouldn't have an issue.

At least that's the direction I'd take...
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« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2013, 08:00:20 AM »

The doc in the original post lists aaa vw engines (earliest vr6 engine) but none of the subsequent vr6 engines, so I've compiled a partial list/xls to help fill in the gaps. I left out details of the latter 3.2L engines because I couldn't follow the transmission/coding variations, but feel free to fill that stuff in.

for all of the "compatible ecu" questions, from a hardware standpoint, it certainly seems as though matching the first nine vag numbers is a safe bet. Maybe that's super obvious already stated a-bazillion-gillion times already?

fair-enough, flash-on
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« Reply #5 on: April 23, 2013, 02:22:13 PM »

I extracted just the 2.7 engines from the file.

I would like to use this file to make a cross reference table. All this talk about 'boxes' and their letters needs some 'structure' for my understanding. Since most are S4 references, I would like to group all 'similar boxes' together, weather they are from an S4, A6 or Allroad. Looking up my current ECU number should tell me what other files may fit and what 'donor' cars they can be found in.

Please add to the file any missing cars and 'boxes', and add the transmission type and model years.

similar to this (from s4wiki/ecux list)

ECU    Property File
A,K    121
C    126
D    125
F    128
H,J    123
M,L    120
T,AA    122


Here is my ME7.1.x 2.7t list. updated whenever I get new information.

http://nyet.org/cars/files/stock/part-numbers.txt
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« Reply #6 on: December 04, 2013, 01:25:58 PM »

I love this forum, more I get into it, the more I get what I have been piddling about with for ages!
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