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Chris R

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About Chris R

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  • Ford Model
    Focus 2004
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Cheshire
  1. hmmm, ok. I will check the ECU from my other car as It did start up with it and the chip of course, the only thing i remember is it said OPEN instead of TEAR. do you know if Ford would be able to program keys (including the master blue chip key) into another ECU? Thanks again
  2. Hi, you were right about the marking, this ECU pictured is the one that was loose in the car and is hopefully the original one! can you tell me which numbers I need to match up if i get an ECU kit, or does it not matter if I get a full kit, ecu keys locks etc. Many thanks
  3. Hi, thanks for your answer, I forgot to put that sombody already put a 2nd hand ECU in and that was either dead or not programmed to the key! So I'm not even sure which is the original ECU as neither will run the car. (there was a 2nd ECU loose in the car) Regards
  4. Hi everyone, I have recently bought a 2005 (mk 1 facelift) as a non runner, after a bit of messing about I have narrowed it down to the ECU at fault. I have an older 1.8i Focus i am running at the moment which i put the ECU in and it stared fine whereas it would not even turn over before! I am looking at getting an ECU kit off eBay and have seen some with all keys and locks ect, my question to you guys is that one listing i have seen says that it fits all different engine types and sizes. I would of thought that the ECU would have to at least be off the same engine in order for it to run? Can sombody confirm that any ECU from a mark 1 petrol or diesel would work? Thanks in advance. Regards, Chris.
  5. Welcome to the Ford forums Chris R :)