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Posted: 28 December 2008 at 10:38 | IP Logged Quote Black Beauty

To gain access to the diagnostic port 1st remove this panel:



This is what the connector looks like:



To jumper pin 7 [ engine ecu ] to pin 3 [ airbag ] or pin 1 [ abs ] you need to remove this conenctor:



Using a paper-clip or 'earth' wire bridge out from 7 to 1 for ABS:



Using a paper-clip or 'earth' wire bridge out from 7 to 3 for Airbag:



Re-insert the connector & plug in a Standard KKL interface:)

Edited by Black Beauty on 15 January 2009 at 16:35
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Could you please update the pictures?
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Has he chucked his potatoes out of his pram again?

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Its a shame really.
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Learned alot from BB's write ups.............shame he's not around anymore

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michaeld wrote:
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slickdeville wrote:
Learned alot from BB's write ups.............shame he's not around anymore


What happened to him....why isn't he around any more?

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Normal service is being resumed
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Posted: 15 January 2009 at 16:47 | IP Logged Quote Alfa-BR



My only comment:

To remove the panel (first pic) loose the steering wheel lever first and then pull the panel from the botton first. Your pic suggest the opposite, but I know you didn't mean it.

Re-install it backwards.

Doing this will avoid damage to the panel clips and keep it always secure in place.

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Posted: 16 January 2009 at 08:56 | IP Logged Quote overcharged

Can both bridges be left in place??-I have been considering moving the diag plug and converting it to a USB in below the ashtray

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Posted: 16 January 2009 at 11:00 | IP Logged Quote Black Beauty

not that i now of as the Airbag & ABS use the same baud rates, different addressing though.
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