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Old 10-05-2005, 09:01   #1 (permalink)
Paul
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disco alarms

does anyone know if a later 300tdi alarm will fit an earlier 300tdi model.
after problems with mine i am looking to replace the ecu, mine is a 1995
model with a ecu number of AMR 4886, i have found a later one, ecu number
6428 out of a 1998 disco. the units are identical with the same plugs etc. i
am hoping the only difference in the numbers is software version but before
i shell out any cash i want to be certain.

paul


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Old 10-05-2005, 10:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: disco alarms

I had the injection pump on my 300tdi changed under warranty, it took the
dealers 1/2 a day to change the pump & 2 days to make the alarm recognise
the pump, something about the pump & alarm being paired as part of the
imobiliser. This might have been b@ll@cks but that is what they told me.
"Paul" <paul.olivier@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
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> does anyone know if a later 300tdi alarm will fit an earlier 300tdi model.
> after problems with mine i am looking to replace the ecu, mine is a 1995
> model with a ecu number of AMR 4886, i have found a later one, ecu number
> 6428 out of a 1998 disco. the units are identical with the same plugs etc.
> i am hoping the only difference in the numbers is software version but
> before i shell out any cash i want to be certain.
>
> paul
>



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Old 10-05-2005, 11:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: disco alarms

In message <3qi8bmFf9jdkU1@individual.net>, Paul
<paul.olivier@ntlworld.com> writes
>does anyone know if a later 300tdi alarm will fit an earlier 300tdi model.
>after problems with mine i am looking to replace the ecu, mine is a 1995
>model with a ecu number of AMR 4886, i have found a later one, ecu number
>6428 out of a 1998 disco. the units are identical with the same plugs etc. i
>am hoping the only difference in the numbers is software version but before
>i shell out any cash i want to be certain.



I guess your 95 disco has a one button type remote control.

The 98 will have a two button type and is a totally different system to
the one button..

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Old 10-05-2005, 13:01   #4 (permalink)
Paul
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Re: disco alarms


"Marc Draper" <marc@mdeng.demon.co.uk> wrote in message
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> In message <3qi8bmFf9jdkU1@individual.net>, Paul
> <paul.olivier@ntlworld.com> writes
>>does anyone know if a later 300tdi alarm will fit an earlier 300tdi model.
>>after problems with mine i am looking to replace the ecu, mine is a 1995
>>model with a ecu number of AMR 4886, i have found a later one, ecu number
>>6428 out of a 1998 disco. the units are identical with the same plugs etc.
>>i
>>am hoping the only difference in the numbers is software version but
>>before
>>i shell out any cash i want to be certain.

>
>
> I guess your 95 disco has a one button type remote control.
>
> The 98 will have a two button type and is a totally different system to
> the one button..
>
> --
> Marc Draper


its a two button system, just been in touch with a company called remote
key, they can reprogram the key fobs and program the ecu to the car for
about 25

paul.


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