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Good evening Folks!

 

I received my repaired ECU on tuesday got all installed tonight, switch on the the ignition and ..............................................................vava vroom she started!!

Absoulutly first class, Thank you very much for your help and excellent service!!!

Steads



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Thank you for repling. Certainly most help full!!

I have sent you a email this morning.

Steads



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The flashing MIL indicates an immobiliser fault, its likely that the immo was damaged by the welding work. I can test the ECU and immo, but I need both of those and any keys. Please email me at engineering@rhinopower.org

You can pull fault codes from the ECU as detailed here:

http://www.rhinopower.org/diag/sdl.html

If you have one of my tools or the Suzuki Tech2 tool the immo can be temporarily overridden to start the vehicle.



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1984 Suzuki SJ413K pick up, 1.6 16V Baleno engine
2000 Suzuki Vitara 1.6 8V, many mods
2004 Suzuki Ignis 1.5VVT 4Grip
2006 Suzuki Jimny 1.3VVT JLX+
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Good evening Folks,

Just a  big hello from Orkney, n my 1999 1.6 8v vitara.

I also have a small problem.................................With the above Vehicle she is fitted with 33920-70e10 ecu I can't get the diagnostics kit I have (Delphi) to speak with the ECU also the problem being the MIL light is flashing and the engine does not start.

I bought the vehicle not running and the story that came with it is the previous owner had done some ( i say loosely) welding on the car, the car would not restart, I feared that they may have surged the ecu not a problem I thought as I have my old Vitara 1996 that the body fell off, I could just use the ecu etc from that..........but its different.

So really what I'm asking, before I swap things over likes of wiring looms etc, is there anyway of testing the Ecu?

Thank you for your time

Steads



-- Edited by Steads on Monday 4th of February 2013 06:52:41 PM

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