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2005 Berlingo 2.0 HDI Wet Bsi saga - ECU Flashing
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Original Thread : http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/thread-12879.html
Bsi Playing up

Since the boxing day downpour, my poor Berlingo has been parked up, ripped apart, shouted at, and probed. I'm hoping I'm nearing the end of this issue!

To recap : BSI got wet, wipers went haywire, then complete non-start.
               BBA repaired the BSI, but I couldn't code keys.
               New transponders fitted to keys, keys then accepted, but wrong code.

So, faced with A)Get BSI virginized again, Try another code,
                     B)Get Engine management ECU virginized or immobilizer bypassed and code with the one I used for the BSI
                 or C)Have a go at recoding the Engine management ECU myself,
I've decided to go with C.

I thought I would share with you good people my progress, and what I learn in the process!

I'm currently waiting for a Galletto 4 V54 to arrive, which will allow me to read the code written to the Siemens SID 801A Ecu.
If anybody out there has any hints or tips they would be greatly appreciated!
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#2
Hi,

What route you want to go:
1) Virginize try correct code
2) Remove IMMO from ecu

Best regards,
brajomobil
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#3
I'm going to try virginizing and recoding with the code that's in the BSI to begin with, but failing that it'll have to be a case of removing the immobiliser from the ecu. I have hit my first bump tho, its Chinese new year! Will have to wait another week for my programmer to appear!
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(09-02-2016, 02:19 PM)Dan Clark Wrote:  I'm going to try virginizing and recoding with the code that's in the BSI to begin with, but failing that it'll have to be a case of removing the immobiliser from the ecu. I have hit my first bump tho, its Chinese new year! Will have to wait another week for my programmer to appear!

Then we have to wait  Smile   Please take pictures as you proceed and post some tut. It will be helpful for others.

Best regards,
brajomobil
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