Virgin'ize ECU Hyundai i20
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    Hi all,


    Well I have a Hyundai ECM Which is a used one and I have to virgin'ize it for attaching it to another car. Kindly help me to make it virgin


    Thanks in Advance

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    Hi,
    we need more info. Engine, year, ecu type, etc...
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    Well Herewith I am Attaching the Part #of the ECU. Kindly have a view into it.

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    Search on the board a soic-8 IC and post your dump here.
    (Or if you have the original ecu, desolder it, and install the old IC to the new one.)
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    Hope This Vehicle has immo files attached with its MCU. In such a case, Will it be feasible to desolder SOIC 8_IC ??

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    Is there anyways to get it done via OBD ?

 

 

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