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 Post subject: T5.5 ecu for 9000
PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:15 am 
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Hi,

Looking for a good t5.5 ecu to go in a 9000, map ect doesnt matter as would be getting it t7 modded and mapped.

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 Post subject: Re: T5.5 ecu for 9000
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 Post subject: Re: T5.5 ecu for 9000
PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 2:42 pm 
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Jules is your man for T5 maps and T7 ecu conversion. If you went ahead with Jamsaab you could save time by having Martin send the ecu direct to Jules. They are both in the Bristol area. I guess your car has vss, if so you may like to consider a vss delete. It will enable you to switch ecus in the future . I have run 4 different ecus whilst trying to diagnose my particular issue and I could not have done that without sending each ecu back for programming if I still had vss enabled.


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 Post subject: Re: T5.5 ecu for 9000
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razani67 wrote:
Jules is your man for T5 maps and T7 ecu conversion. If you went ahead with Jamsaab you could save time by having Martin send the ecu direct to Jules. They are both in the Bristol area. I guess your car has vss, if so you may like to consider a vss delete. It will enable you to switch ecus in the future . I have run 4 different ecus whilst trying to diagnose my particular issue and I could not have done that without sending each ecu back for programming if I still had vss enabled.


Havent spoken to jules yet but that was my plan, was also going to ask for the vss to be removed, have previously had fob issues so know how useful a vss disabled ecu can be ....... on a side note my insurance are adamant a saab 9000 diesnt have an immobiliser as standard so no isses there either lol


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