On GM bosch 0 261 s02 773 ecm's , if I swap or clone eeprom 95080 . will the vin and immo info carry over ?

Gilberto Diagnostician Texas Posted   Latest  
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2011 Chevrolet Camaro 1LT 3.6L (D LLT) 6-spd

Im replacing the engine control module with a used module with the same p/n . im trying to see if the vin and immo info is only stored on eeprom 95080 or is it also in the mcu . or do yall know of any other way of virginising , or changing vin #. thanks guys

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William Technician
West Virginia
William
   

Global A vehicle. The IMMO is actually located in the BCM. ECM just learns the password via the SPS2 procedure. The only tool I know for used ECMs is the I/O terminal.

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Craig Owner/Technician
Michigan
Craig
 

I would just attempt the PASSWORD relearn/learn procedure with SPS from GM

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Scott Owner/Technician
Michigan
Scott
 

You can swap or rewrite the 95080 the other option is if you can find the same part number used module that came out of a non global a chassis ( certain years 3.6 acadia/traverse/enclave iirc) you can successfully put it in a global a vehicle and program it via sps (but once the module has been installed in a global a chassis it is non-reusable to put back in either chassis vehicle without…

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Michael Mobile Technician
Utah
Michael
   

Gilberto, Best way on these is to clone the ECU. Most modern Bosch PCMs share global identifiers and immo between flash and immobilizer memory. Just swapping the EEPROM will likely fail. Cloning this ECU is best done with BDM frame and Bosch adapter.

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Kerry Mobile Technician
Ohio
Kerry
   

Michael, is that to say that IO terminal still doesn't support the e69 family or is it just a lot easier with BDM?

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Gilberto Diagnostician
Texas
Gilberto
 

Michael , what software do you use to do it with bdm frame ?

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Michael Mobile Technician
Utah
Michael
 

Gilberto, KTAG does an great job with these.

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Michael Mobile Technician
Utah
Michael
 

IO Terminal does not cover the Bosch PCMs, Since they use different MCUs I am not expecting them to be covered.

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