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ECU 2009 Cruze diesel (UK)

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#1 OFFLINE   Wheeler920


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Posted 20 April 2015 - 07:59 AM

I have a Chevrolet Cruze 2009 manual 2.0 diesel (UK) 123bhp.
I had the ECU remapped but an amateur failed and corrupted my ECU and God knows what else. I have had it to independent ECU specialist and replaced with a used ECU which is reprogrammed from scratch via dealer link. The engine still will not run and is conflicting with the Body Control Module, incorrect pin (contact code). Any ideas please? My car has been off the road since October last year and have spent 100's already. Dealer wanted £2k to replace with a new ECU but this still would not have sold the problem. What do I need to replace and how?
Thanks in advance.

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#2 OFFLINE   Kalpazan


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Posted 20 April 2015 - 10:36 PM

From what I know... An ECU software is specifically adapted to each and every car by the factory. I guess that amateur at least made a copy of it before tring anything? If that is the case and you reprogrammed the new ECU with that copy then the best is to bring the car to authorized Chevy service for full diagnostic and repair. Don't try swap things around on your own or you risk to brake it even more. If you don't have a copy of the original firmware then things get a bit more complicated but again... authorized service shop shoud be able to repair it properly.

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Posted 21 April 2015 - 03:45 PM

Yes take it to your  nearest Chevrolet / GM dealership and let them do the repairs.

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