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    Thread: Replacing my 1.8t jetta ecu

    1. Junior Member
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      Mar 6th, 2013
      South Florida
      2000 VW 1.8t Jetta , 2002 VW 1.8t jetta
      Yesterday 06:10 PM #1
      So I'm going to have to replace my ecu due to the throttle portion being fried by my o2 sensor wiring, so I just wanted to make sure for easy of ...well everything...if pull an ecu and gauge cluster from the same vehicle (and let's assume they are the same part numbers as my gauge cluster and ecu) will I be able to drive my car (only key I have is a valet so no worries on my keys not working to pop open my trunk and doors).

    2. Yesterday 06:50 PM #2
      You'll have to recode the immo stuff I think.

      If you just swap ecu I think it will start but won't run. (immo shuts it off after a couple seconds).

    3. Member 04v-dubGLI's Avatar
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      Sep 29th, 2011
      2004 GLI 1.8T
      Yesterday 09:13 PM #3
      just get an ecu with a defeated immobilizer.

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