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Old 21 January 2019, 05:33 PM
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Hi guys,

can anyone point me in the right direction? What hardware and sobtw are is needed to map a 2003 blobeye wagon?

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Old 22 January 2019, 09:16 AM
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03 blobeye wagon you can do with opensource using an openport 2 cable and romraider/ecuflash software - unless it's a PPP ecu or has been previously ECUTek remapped (in which case it's easier to replace the ECU with an unmapped one - but you'll need someone to code the new ECU to the cars immobiliser system). You can read up a little more over on the romraider forum: http://romraider.com/forum/
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Thanks.

Car is pop so it sounds like I will need to get a new edu. Are they expensive. Is it possible to code the new edu to get it to work myself?

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price depends where you buy it from. if you buy the ECU, keys, immobiliser box etc. as a kit you can fit it all yourself. if you buy the ECU only you'll need the ssm tool to link it with the car so usually a dealer or specialist job.
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