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2.0HDi ECU types and replacement
#1
I'm going to need to fit a new bsi into my van (2003 2.0hdi). So it seems I'll need to buy the set of bsi, ecu, key and transponder. 
There seems to be at least 2 types of ecu (Bosch and Siemens). Guessing they aren't compatible, but wondering if I need to find the same as I have already (Siemens), or if I bought the bsi/key/etc to match, could I fit the Bosch unit?
Anyone know, or know a better way? 
Ideally I just need a new bsi, but don't want to be going to a dealer to get it coded
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(04-11-2016, 11:17 AM)Kez Wrote:  I'm going to need to fit a new bsi into my van (2003 2.0hdi). So it seems I'll need to buy the set of bsi, ecu, key and transponder. 
There seems to be at least 2 types of ecu (Bosch and Siemens). Guessing they aren't compatible, but wondering if I need to find the same as I have already (Siemens), or if I bought the bsi/key/etc to match, could I fit the Bosch unit?
Anyone know, or know a better way? 
Ideally I just need a new bsi, but don't want to be going to a dealer to get it coded

http://www.peugeotlogic.com/workshop/wsh...code1d.htm

check if that link can be of any help.
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#3
(05-11-2016, 09:27 PM)Civvic Wrote:  
(04-11-2016, 11:17 AM)Kez Wrote:  I'm going to need to fit a new bsi into my van (2003 2.0hdi). So it seems I'll need to buy the set of bsi, ecu, key and transponder. 
There seems to be at least 2 types of ecu (Bosch and Siemens). Guessing they aren't compatible, but wondering if I need to find the same as I have already (Siemens), or if I bought the bsi/key/etc to match, could I fit the Bosch unit?
Anyone know, or know a better way? 
Ideally I just need a new bsi, but don't want to be going to a dealer to get it coded

http://www.peugeotlogic.com/workshop/wsh...code1d.htm

check if that link can be of any help.

Also this

http://www.peugeotlogic.com/workshop/wsh...incode.htm
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#4
I'm confused.. why have you given me links to peugeot models and engine numbers? This is a Citroen, and I already know the ecu is the correct type
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#5
(05-11-2016, 09:58 PM)Kez Wrote:  I'm confused.. why have you given me links to peugeot models and engine numbers? This is a Citroen, and I already know the ecu is the correct type

RHY engine - same in both models. check the last column for details on ecu/ fuel system
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(05-11-2016, 10:42 PM)Civvic Wrote:  
(05-11-2016, 09:58 PM)Kez Wrote:  I'm confused.. why have you given me links to peugeot models and engine numbers? This is a Citroen, and I already know the ecu is the correct type

RHY engine - same in both models. check the last column for details on ecu/ fuel system

Sorry I have realised that my response wasn't appropriate to the question. However, I can't be of much help with that as it needs someone who has done a similar swap. My belief - and I stand to be corrected is that the fuel system and the ECU kit (bsi, ECU, keys)  are made to match and a swap would have to include some components of the fuel system as well.
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#7
Well so far I've swapped the ecu, bsi, clocks, transponder and the receiver bit that goes around the key. The new ecu is exactly the same as the original (same number), but the van won't start. Seems like its immobilised, there's no glow heater light and the fuel system doesn't seem to be operating
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(06-11-2016, 04:35 PM)Kez Wrote:  Well so far I've swapped the ecu, bsi, clocks, transponder and the receiver bit that goes around the key. The new ecu is exactly the same as the original (same number), but the van won't start. Seems like its immobilised, there's no glow heater light and the fuel system doesn't seem to be operating

Try to check fuel rail pressure while you're cranking. It may be worth ruling out Low fuel rail pressure issues.
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#9
Use planet to see if the transponders are being recognised, if correct check cam/crank synchronisation and fuel pressures (desired vs actual) as this will stop the engine starting, but I dare say it'll be something basic you've over looked, also check the bsi and engine are matched

The aerial on the barrel shouldn't need changing, and key being recognised would rule it out...

2.0 hdi don't have a fuel pump in the tank if it has a primer bulb in the engine bay

You need someone experienced with planet/lexia to have a look
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#10
Random Q .. is Planet/Lexia capable of virginising/programming a bsi?
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