Date registered: Aug 2010
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Hi! From a Chinese vehicle distributor.
I am from the Phil. and have brought in at least 4 major brands of vehicles made in China in cooperation with FEV, AVL, Ricardo PLC, Magneti Marelli, Bosch, Holset, etc. for distribution in Manila. This educated me in terms of OEM choice and quality assessment. Ironically, I never owned a single China made car although a lot of Japanese cars have been manufactured in China. BMW and Chrysler-Mercedes have started parallel production with some Chinese companies for the LHD and South Africa and Vietnam for the RHD. The reason why I joined this site is because I bought a flooded W210 E230 last December. Using my wrecked 98 E320, I started replacing the damaged parts until my new E230 could be cranked and started. When my technician diagnosed the erratic idling of my car, he tested the injectors and came up with a reading from his scanner that the ME-ECU is not sending a pulse to trigger the 2nd cylinder. This prompted me to scout for a ME until I finally bought a used one with the exact part number from Germany's Shambayati MKAM. When I installed it, my car wouldn't start. My question is: Is it possible to erase the code of the ecu I bought and adapt my code from my immo or is there any other way. I did not send my car to the dealer because of a personal feud between the director and myself so I rather seek for professional help outside our relationship. I hope you can clarify things and tell me point blank that adaptation is or not possible.
For any inquiry about Chinese vehicle manufacturing system, you can consult me for free.