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  1. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECU-MAN
    this type of immobiliser is a IMMO A0, as printed on the ECU
    Is this found on the little sticker? Just asking cause i can't seem to find it on this Aussie Spec ITR ecu i got.
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  2. #14
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    its written on the pcb of the ecu ( inside )


    click here, look at the blue circle




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  3. #15
    is it the same process to a ek4 ecu???
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  4. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmTYPE R
    is it the same process to a ek4 ecu???

    Im pretty sure it is,

    you can open the ECU and if it looks the same as the one in the photos in this DIY then it will work.

    good luck

  5. #17
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    does this mean if i use powerFC my car dont have immobliser? Is the chip in the key a separate anti theft system? or it is part of the immobliser? *worried*

  6. #18
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    Honda Camira
    Quote Originally Posted by gambate
    does this mean if i use powerFC my car dont have immobliser? Is the chip in the key a separate anti theft system? or it is part of the immobliser? *worried*
    correct. change ya ecu u have no immobiliser...

    dont worry.. just take ya main dizzy cable with you when u park ya car...hehehehe
    Last edited by BlitZ; 06-11-2006 at 03:20 PM.
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  7. #19
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    Ippy
    Car:
    EM1
    nice diy, handy to know
    my d16y8 (P2P) ecu looks almost identical - just missing a couple bits n pieces.
    also has an IMMO-A0
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  8. #20
    Green block gangster Array
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    May 2004
    Car:
    twin GX160's
    cool, did you want the immo removed from it ?

  9. #21
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    nah leaving it in for now.
    if it doesn't fire when i do my minime then i'll take it out. actually now that i think of it... if you change ecu's do u have to get the immobiliser or whatever reprogrammed to match you keys??
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  10. #22
    Green block gangster Array
    Join Date
    May 2004
    Car:
    twin GX160's
    sure do

  11. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECU-MAN View Post
    no no no

    its not intended for that.

    to steal a Honda you can just use a OBDI ECU and a harness
    Stay away from my car!
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  12. #24
    any chance you can reupload the pictures again?

    thanks alot
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