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    Unhappy SUZUKI Swift NEW ECU

    Hello

    I just replaced my old ECU with a new ECU (Come with original Key).

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    Model Swift
    Product Name Engine Control Unit SUZUKI Swift 2011 DBA-ZC72S 3391069L00
    Model Code DBA-ZC72S

    The car will not start any suggestions ??

    Thank you in advance guys

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    run diagnostic, tell us more

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob h View Post
    run diagnostic, tell us more

    Hello

    Thank you for your quick reply. It is a long story. Just to cut the long story short. I was advised to replace complete kit on the swift. ECU, Key, Push Button, AC Module and a couple of more things.

    The only problem was the Computer so I ordered a new unit with it is original Key.

    The ECU Was replaced but the car will not start. My main question is do I really need to replace all the modules or I can just replace the ECU ? If I only replace the ECU Do I have to flash the ECU to match the car VIN ?

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    The key data is stored in the ecu, at least in cars with regular ignition.
    This new ecu and keys, might not be matched.
    So you might need the pin, for this ecu.

    Dont you have a diagnostic tool, like a cheap chinese dongle, or delphi?
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    Thank you for your quick reply, I have a Delphi will run the diagnostic and let you know. The ECU and Key is a match. I do not know why but was told that the ECU needs to be programmed to work for this specific car

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    When you say, new. You mean, you bought these from a dealer by vin?
    Or you bought a used set, new to you.

    A new set from the dealer is not matched.
    You will need to program the keys, to the ecu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob h View Post
    When you say, new. You mean, you bought these from a dealer by vin?
    Or you bought a used set, new to you.

    A new set from the dealer is not matched.
    You will need to program the keys, to the ecu.
    Hello

    The set I bought come off a simila vehicle and the Key is a match with th ECU

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    hi you also need BCM matched

 

 

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