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  1. Hi, Does anyone know about the differences between Digifant ECUs? I'm looking for Polo GT parts. So far, I have found part no. 0261200306 / 030906022k on eBay with one seller in the UK. This should be the OEM part, I think. What I'm wondering is, are there any other variants that work? Like, is it just a case of the different model codes being for different mounting brackets or some nonsense like that? I'm going to have to come up with a way of mounting it anyway, so who cares, if I can get a cheaper ECU I might as well.
  2. Hey guys, I have an unusual question. I've been working a delivery job with my 6n2 Polo 'E' 1.0 liter petrol engine (engine code AUC) and despite the official stats right outta my manual ("Urban=37.6, Extra-Urban= 60, Combined= 49.5" British MPG), I rake about 37-42mpg in real world, where I full tank every Fridays, record the mileage and then calculate the MPG. All I want to do is maximise my fuel economy. Can I remap my ECU to improve my fuel economy despite having a simplistic engine? Is there anyone who remapped just for the sake of fuel economy and not performance and is it worth it? Besides driving style and swapping the engine out for a diesel one, is there anything else I can do to improve my MPG?
  3. Hello, I have a problem with my 9N in that last week the temperature warning light popped up on the dash and now I don't seem to be able to get rid of. I'll try and summarise here: - temp warning light came on - it was a hot day but temp gauge read 90 (as it should) and the coolant level was fine - pulled over and engine cooled to 70 - started up again and all ok. then warning light came back on after 1/2 mile. Coolant temp and level still fine but I waited a little longer - started again, light came on again, but I just drove home anyway because I didn't believe what it was telling me. Got home fine and the temp gauge didn't get above 90 Since then the light has come on randomly. Sometimes not at all. Sometimes 10 seconds after starting. Sometimes without starting. So, my thoughts were that it's either a problem with the temp switch in the stat or the coolant level sensor. Or maybe the ECU (I'll get to that)? I unplugged the level sensor, cleaned the contacts, and reconnected after getting a good resistance reading (not open circuit). Started the car and it was fine. Shut the drivers door and stood watched the engine for a few minutes. Went and checked dash, still no light. Job done. Then I opened the drivers door and the temp warning light came back on with the interior light. And strangely since then driver elec window is manual only (if i press the button all the way it doesn't open on its own - I have to hold it down). This door business is making me think it's maybe an ECU fault. I'm happy that the car isn't overheating and that the coolant level is ok. There's no leak. There's no oil in the water. The temp gauge has never gotten above 90. Could it be that maybe it did overheat and the ECU is confused now - it thinks it's overheating but it's not? I have a new coolant temp switch to try, but I'm not convinced that it the problem. I think it's electrical but I don't know where to start with checking. Was tempted to get a VAG COM cable but I have a mac and don't really want to install a partition for windows just for diagnostics. Sorry, that's an essay, but it's not a straight forward problem. I'd be very grateful if anyone else has experience of this sort of problem and has anything they could share. Is there anything else I could try myself before I concede and take it to a garage? Thank you kindly.
  4. Hello, I´m from Brazil. I have a Polo classic (6KN) and buied a VAG-COM to access the ECU. What parameters i can adjust with Vag-com in my car? The engine (1.8 liter M.P.F.I - Gasoline) and ECU (MAGNETTI MARELLI 1AVB) is similar with Golf MK3 inBrazil.
  5. Hello, im looking for the ECU diagram for a AUD engine for a 1.4 8v 2001 polo, Bosch ECU: 030 906 032 DT. Any help is apreciated, thank you.
  6. Will B

    loom swap

    I've found a "Mk2f polo fox coupe 1993 1.0 spi loom and ecu" advertised for ~£60. The loom on my Mk2f breadvan 1.0 has had someone go at it with all manner of scissors, tape and random bits and bobs. Obviously everything was done with good intentions though the back of the radio is a plate of spaghetti and there are a couple of loose ends hanging down in the drivers footwell. The radio has the reg from a 1980 escort so is obviously a replacement, 99% sure that the fitting is what caused the spaghettification of the wiring. I am very much a novice with car repairs and am by no means an electrician. A- would this even be compatible with my car, as it is a breadvan and not a coupe B- does the loom incorporate the radio, i.e would it be the solution to the dogs dinner hiding inside the dash. basically, the issue is that I have a radio that has been shoved in leaving the wiring a mess, will the loom from a coupe fit a breadvan?
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