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Yes it sounds weird.
But since my customer vehicles wiring is out of order, we can't unlock in situ.

Can i unlock it on my P38, it's the same connector.
 

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Well. It seems to work.
 

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you mean unplug classic eas ecu and plug it into p38 then mess about with eas software......I did notice different part numbers...
 

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viperover said:
you mean unplug classic eas ecu and plug it into p38 then mess about with eas software......I did notice different part numbers...
Exactly and it works. I'd read faults and unlocked it on the P38, then plugged it back in the Classic
 

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As far as i'm aware it's only software changes, for example pre-selecting the access settings etc. I picked up a 96 model easecu off ebay and have got it in my 93.
 

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benji said:
As far as i'm aware it's only software changes, for example pre-selecting the access settings etc. I picked up a 96 model easecu off ebay and have got it in my 93.
If you've done that, then probably all/most of the warning lights associated with the EAS will be non functional on your Classic. Check out the link I posted just above and you can see the pinouts of the EAS ECU do differ Mk2 to Mk3 (but the changes are primarily associated with the warning lights). I would not recommend operating like that.
 
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