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|29th December 2012 13:41|
Looks like you have an out side panel on the passenger and driver side footwell.
Just in front of the doors.
Behind the passenger panel is where the ECU appears to be.
So you have to pull back the door seal and then pull off the panel.
pics would be good for future reference if so
|29th December 2012 12:32|
Thanks again relic ..
Would this be on the inside next to the OBD port or will I have to get underneath the car with the overalls on?. Lol
|29th December 2012 12:30|
Have a look on the outside of the Bosch ECU case.
Note the EDC16C3 on this one
|29th December 2012 12:25|
I've got a known to be working galletto and it cannot read it.. But I was really hoping someone from honda would have an answer.. As a do t want to spend more money on an MPPS cable if it does the exact same thing lol
Thanks for reply Relic
|29th December 2012 12:21|
Easy answer is to get someone with a working cable plugged onto yours and read it.
If you can read it and get the ECU id then you can write to it and it will be EDC16C31.
If a known working cable cant get the id or read then you know its not EDC16C31
If you can read it then send me the file as it will/should have EDC16C31 written in the hex
The 9th gen civics are EDC17 tricore ...I know that much.
|28th December 2012 23:46|
Surely someone on here knows their ECU type lol
Just a wee BuMp!
|27th December 2012 23:26|
Everyone seems to say that galetto works but another site quoted that the newer civics 09-11 might be a different ECU ..
Honda Civic 2.2 CDTi Bosch EDC16C2-4 K-Line
And would require an MPPS cable..
Due to this K-Line system.. Am I correct in saying that the 2006-09 version is EDC16 C31 .. And that the 2009-11 version is EDC16 C2-4 (K-Line)?
Any information on this would be of help to me as my Galletto is heading back and I'm going to purchase an MPPS Instead but was hoping for a heads up first ..
Thanks in advance