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Wtb: alh 121 pin ecu connectors/pigtail

burpod

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82 rabbit vnt ahu, 98 jetta vnt ahu, 05 parts car, 88 scirocco.. :/
edit - looking for 121 pin connectors not 80

... looking into trying to do some of my own edc15 "stuff" 😅 and would like to make some sort of bench setup. Wanting to attempt some tuning one day and also convert my ahu powered cars to edc15. I have a couple stock 80 pin alh ecu's but need the two connectors that plug into the ecu. With pigtail or without. Not looking to spend much maybe someone has some in a box in the garage somewhere.
 
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burpod

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updated. found an IP bracket and water pump pulley...

still looking for some 80 pin alh ecu connectors (28 pin + 52 pin)

i would also be interested in buying an extra 80 pin alh ecu...
 
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burpod

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yes early 80 pin is the ECU i have (bought a couple to play with). however... rats.. i just realized they are not flashable over ODB? i think i remember reading that a while back and forgot. so in order to easily flash over ODB i should get the later style 121 pin correct? i figure while i try to stumble my way through edc15 tuning it will already likely take me a long time to figure it out let alone without having to swap chips everytime i screw something up :)

so if anyone has any 121 alh stock ECUs sitting around and the connectors with or without pigtail....
 

oilhammer

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There are just too many to list....
I have all the late stuff. I have the one from the 2001 Golf that already has RC1 and I think I have another untouched one from a 2001 Jetta. Let me look through the Archives tonight and see what I have and I will let you know.
 

burpod

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thanks. after more reading it looks like i definitely want the 121pin flashable ECUs. let me know what you got...

fwiw, if anyone wants to buy these 80 pin stock alh ECUs pm me
 
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burpod

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well i tracked down the TE/amp part numbers (hopefully i got them right) and actually ordered some free samples from TE :) one is backordered but hopefully here early march. however i would still take ECU connectors if its cheap and already cut. and the ECUs, though i would be just flashing over the RC one for practice. from what i gather tuned ECUs are somehow encrypted so it wouldn't really be any value for me as far as learning. i can just feel a blown turbo in my future at some point :love:
 

oilhammer

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There are just too many to list....
OK, I have three ECUs. One from a 2001 Jetta, unknown (forgotten) origin, one unmarked, I *think* it came out of a running crashed car I parted out, and the RC1 from the 2001 Golf I KNOW is good. I can also remove both harness ends from that car. How much length do you need? Which ECUs do you want? I'd like $200 for the RC1, but the others you can have.
 
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