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Author Subject: 1.4 8v to 1.8 16v engine swap
adamob

Newbie

Location: Glastonbury

Registered: 18 Nov 2020

Posts: 4

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Post #1
Hello recently on my 1.4 the headgasket went so decided to engine swap it to a 1.8, got all the bits including ecu, wiring, drive shafts etc. My question is can I unlock the segam ecu without the original car or wire in immobiliser from the 1.4 ecu into the 1.8? Thank you for your help

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Adam Beczkowski
Posted 4th Aug 2021 at 13:59
rudolf

Seasoned Pro

Location: Skelmersdale

Registered: 07 Apr 2004

Posts: 2,730

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Post #2
What phase 306 do you have?

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Posted 4th Aug 2021 at 14:01
adamob

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Location: Glastonbury

Registered: 18 Nov 2020

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Post #3
It's a 2000 phase 3

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Adam Beczkowski
Posted 4th Aug 2021 at 14:02
Joep

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Location: Urmond (The Netherlands)

Registered: 19 Sep 2013

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Post #4
As it is a completely different engine, you need to swap the wiring harness and ECU as well. So everything from the donor car into the receiving car. Quite a lot of work.

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Posted 4th Aug 2021 at 14:48
oooblik

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Location: Moscow

Registered: 04 Jan 2022

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Post #5
Joep wrote:
As it is a completely different engine, you need to swap the wiring harness and ECU as well. So everything from the donor car into the receiving car. Quite a lot of work.

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Posted 6th Jan 2022 at 17:07
oooblik

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Location: Moscow

Registered: 04 Jan 2022

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Post #6
Not much work,
scythe. Engine , changes under the hood , which is in the wing , replacement of the control unit , replacement of the immobilizer unit , which is located under the clock where the stove is , the main drive shafts the number of teeth to match , replacement of the helicopter , replacement , wings , I personally went through alterations from the machine , to mechanics , at the beginning of hu10 al4 , then 1.4 KFW manual transmission , then , hu 10 manual transmission
Posted 6th Jan 2022 at 17:09

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