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Old 10-28-2003, 17:30   #1 (permalink)
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Running EL Auto of EA ECU

Hey guys.

Does anyone know if the EA 4 speed ECU can run the EL 4 speed?

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Re: Running EL Auto of EA ECU

I can see absolubtely no reason why not...
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Re: Running EL Auto of EA ECU

well ive got an EA auto being run by an EL ECU and it works 100%

The EA ECU didnt power the auto, but it had a seperate TCM. But if your putting an EL 4speed into an EA 4speed it will work.
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Re: Running EL Auto of EA ECU

Ahhh.. some Good news. Thanks guys.

So does the module need to be run with the EA 4 sped ECU, or will it be ok with the 3 speed unit?


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Re: Running EL Auto of EA ECU

i think it needs the 4speed ECU, as the TCM links to the ECU in the engine bay through a large round plug. You may allso require 4speed ECU Loom.
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Re: Running EL Auto of EA ECU

Not a problem. Thanks for that.
As you can see Walki, I don't know much about those 4 speeds as I was only ever concerned about the 5 speed.

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