I wonder the same thing. Why would a Dealer provide you with all this information? Wouldn't it be easier for him to say bring in the new ECU and we'll install it for you at the measley price of $$$? Just my past experience with Dealers is that they'll help you as little as possible for the most $$$ possible.Any idea if the dealer will give me a hard time about the SKC and WSC numbers?
That's an awsome price. Someone is trying to sell theirs to me for $300. Now you're making me wonder if I'm getting ripped off.I have a spare for my '02 that I'm going to attempt swapping this summer. Got a deal of $70 in the classifieds that I couldn't pass up. Most of the time I see these at car-parts for around $150-$250.
Who is Capistrano?jimbob said:bump.
I've got my ECU, I found one for about 150 in the classifieds. I've Vag'ed it and cleared the codes, and changed other settings in it, but it won't start the car until the immobilizer is setup right.
My next move is to call Capistrano and see if they will help me. I've been just too busy lately to call them and see if they can help.
Let me know how you make out. I'm on the fence.jimbob said:Capistrano VW is one of Clubb5 sponsors, and is located south of you and north of me in San Juan Capistrano, right off the 5. Check out the top of this page for their ad, which contains their phone number. they are supposedly Mod friendly, and are my last best bet for getting my spare ECU installed.
they also sponsor some of the Socal GtG's. :bow: :thumbup:
Wellllllllll, actually it's a lot like a firewall or a complex server.dj_aero said:Is there a way to hack the codes or figure out the code generator. It's not like we are dealing with a firewall or a complex server.