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Old 10-15-2005, 12:56 AM
 
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Default 95 ECLIPSE ECU

Hey guys I'm buying a 95 eclipse and it needs an ECU swap. how intensive is this? and if it's over my head what does an install usually run. I'm really only a weekend mechanic.

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Old 10-15-2005, 07:09 PM
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Default RE: 95 ECLIPSE ECU

Disconnect battery, Unscrew plastic panel(I only had 1G's) whichever that may be, unbolt ecu, unplug, repeat steps in reverse. Thats it from the mechanical side. Try to leave your battery diconnected for 20 minutes or so unless someone here knows of any other quirks in the 2G's?
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Default RE: 95 ECLIPSE ECU

Hope you know the radio code when you unplug the battery... Or hope you have a aftermarket radio. Shouldnt be to hard to get out should be harder to find it in the first place.
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Disconnect battery, Unscrew plastic panel(I only had 1G's) whichever that may be, unbolt ecu, unplug, repeat steps in reverse. Thats it from the mechanical side. Try to leave your battery diconnected for 20 minutes or so unless someone here knows of any other quirks in the 2G's?
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Old 10-17-2005, 01:16 AM
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Default RE: 95 ECLIPSE ECU

its easy but the question how do you kno you need a new ecu?
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