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Ecu

Discussion in 'TD5' started by Philgas, Feb 13, 2019.

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    Philgas New Member

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    Hi everyone
    Looking for some advice please .
    My ecu starts with nnw500
    Not nnn000 ect I know the nnn serial numbers can be programmed ect and 15p engine so what is my ecu ? Any advice would be much appreciated thanks Phil
     
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    Hi, it seems that your ECU misses the main sticker on the side which has the part number on it, the NNW is the assembly number not the part number, it has to do with the original fuel tune specs and engine equipments... though you should tell the whole NNW number and what year is your D2 evengually the last 8 characters of your VIN (i need only the first two numbers after the A put x instead of the last 4 if you are reluctant to make it all public.... then i'll tell you more
     
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    Thanks for the speedie reply F23AA409-3CBC-4E86-BF5A-767635FC8F2B.png
     
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    sierrafery Well-Known Member

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    The p/n o that ECU should be NNN500020(flashable) originally Eu3 Defender fuel map in it f it wasnt remapped

    is the VIN written on it matching the vehicle VIN?
     
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    Yes the vin match’s up with the ecu number , the guy I bought it off said it had been mapped but didn’t go into detail it certainly has more power than others I’ve been in . Could this nnw sticker be a code for the map perhaps ? Thanks Phil
     
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    It was flash tuned with the file which is associated to that assembly number, that NNW is actually a software
     
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