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    hi guys i wanted to ask you ppl about the ecu box..where it is located and how could it be connected with pc or laptop.As i've heard many ppl advising for computer setting...?? plz help..

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    its different on nearly every car - and by "computer setting" they mean use the OBD port to fiddle with it.
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    wana intall EPS in my cultus
    2009 (VXRI)
    for this VSS (vahicle speed sensor) required
    is it in cultus ?

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    the sensor is located with the vehicles transmission and is then connected to the ECU. i guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by cool_al3e View Post
    hi guys i wanted to ask you ppl about the ecu box..where it is located and how could it be connected with pc or laptop.As i've heard many ppl advising for computer setting...?? plz help..
    You dont need to look for ECU and ECM in your car, what you require is to locate the DLC of your car.. DLC stands from Data Link Connector. That us usually locted beneath the steering column. or in some vehicles its on the righ or lett side of the steering column..
    The scanner / Laptop gets plugged into the DLC..

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    Quote Originally Posted by abbkr.asghar View Post
    wana intall EPS in my cultus
    2009 (VXRI)
    for this VSS (vahicle speed sensor) required
    is it in cultus ?
    Cultus does not have a VSS as far as i know...not even efi one too..

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