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Disco 2 Td5 eka

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by stustrong, Jan 28, 2020.

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  1. stustrong

    stustrong Well-Known Member

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    I put my mapped ecu in my td5.
    Injectors coded.
    Running brilliant.
    Eka wise my code has changed.
    14.
    0
    0
    0

    So how do I enter that.

    Just 1st step and wait?
     
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    stustrong Well-Known Member

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    I DO know how to enter the eka with the door lock.
    the 0 numbers confused me
     
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    sierrafery Well-Known Member

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    That's not an EKA code you wrote there... first of all the EKA code has nothing to do with the ECM remapped or not, you can swap ECMs as many as you want without altering the EKA code which is stored in the BCU and 0 is not an acceptable option, the numbers must be between 1 - 16 ocasionally letters in hexadecimal code
     
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    stustrong Well-Known Member

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    New eka
     
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    stustrong Well-Known Member

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    Old eka
     
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    Old eka proved to work prior to ecu change.
     
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    stustrong Well-Known Member

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    Same device taken before and after ecu change
     
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    ... that "new eka" retrieved wtih that multivehicle tool is a glitch, it's impossible to insert 0 with he key ... i say again: 0 is not a valid number for EKA and the ECM has nothing to do with it, believe me or not
     
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    I don't understand how a remapped ECM can mess with your BCU and EKA code.
    Are you able to change the EKA code to something other than zeros?
     
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    I think as Fery suggested that tool is giving you false information.
     
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