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[WANTED] ECU calculator
« on: 23 February 2010, 21:21:55 »

HI all!

I'm looking for a Bosch ECU for my Omega 2003 2,5DTI 110kW (Y25DT, BMW engine), Bosch N 0 281 010 719
Anyone can help me to find one for a good price? It's very very expensive from Opel... It can be used of course!

Thank you for help!
« Last Edit: 23 February 2010, 21:23:28 by moudufond »
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Re: [WANTED] ECU calculator
« Reply #1 on: 23 February 2010, 22:01:24 »

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Re: [WANTED] ECU calculator
« Reply #2 on: 23 February 2010, 22:12:28 »

That ECU never made it to UK spec cars - when Opel released Y25DT engine, Vauxhall moved over to the 2.2DTi engine in the UK.

Those ECUs are normally pretty robust, sure the ecu has failed?
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Re: [WANTED] ECU calculator
« Reply #3 on: 23 February 2010, 23:40:41 »

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That ECU never made it to UK spec cars - when Opel released Y25DT engine, Vauxhall moved over to the 2.2DTi engine in the UK.

Those ECUs are normally pretty robust, sure the ecu has failed?


I will explain... I want to remap my car and when I have passed my car on a dynamometer, the results were very bad. He proposed to go to Opel for a test with the Tech2. The garage manager of Opel has connected the Tech2 for an update of the original map and it gets an error ("ECU Error", or something similar...). So he told me to try with another ECU because mine is like "locked"... I have already explained this here http://www.omegaowners.com/forum/YaBB.pl?num=1265393479/15.

I have cleaned my EGR valve and removed the catalysor and redone a bench test today... The problem still here... And it's even worse!

1st dynamometer test


Today...
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