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disable 6n immobiliser for mk2 engine swap


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lil_liam_253

Hi. I’m building a mk2 polo and I’m thinking of putting a 6n engine in using standard injection. What are my options when it comes to the immobiliser? Will I need to get the standard ecu reprogrammed? 
 

I know there is a good thread on engine swaps but can’t seem to find any info on using injection opposed to using bike carbs. 
 

any information will be appreciated or links to threads

thanks

liam

 

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There were a few companies on ebay that listed they will delete the Immob requirement from the ECU for around £60,  but just searched and they seem to of been removed, however there are a few selling

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There were a few companies on ebay that listed they will delete the Immob requirement from the ECU for around £60,  but just searched and they seem to of been removed, however there are a few selling a device that cheats the system https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HIGHEST-QUALITY-Immobiliser-Emulator-VW-VAG-Audi-Seat-Skoda-Golf-III-Passat-TT/263951932581?hash=item3d74c2dca5:g:WowAAOSwxMRbjWQl so you don't need the immob box and chip in the key

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Thanks, I’ve just had a look and seems to be a lot of services turning 1.8t ecu’s off. I’ll try contacting some of them first, When I get round to it. 

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