Bosch 0 261 200 058 - Exchange
You are purchasing an Exchange service, we will send you a Rebuilt and Tested DME/ ECU ready to be installed in your vehicle.
All of our rebuilt units feature:
- 5 year warranty.
- Visual inspection of critical areas on circuit boards.
- Cleaning of dust, debris or corrosion.
- Repair of associated problems and resoldering of critical components.
- Upgrade of obsolete and worn electronic components.
- 100% bench warranty and vehicle testing.
Once you receive our rebuilt DME/ ECU, install it on your vehicle and then send the defective DME/ ECU back to us for your core refund.
ECU/ DME Bad Common Symptoms:
- Car will not start.
- Misfires/ Stalls.
- No Signal to Coil/ No Spark.
- No Injector Pulse/ No Fuel.
- Occasional Erratic Idle.
This Porsche ECU/DME Part Numbers:
- 0 261 200 058 - 0 261 200 077 - 0 261 200 086 - 0 261 200 089
- 0261200058 - 0261200077 - 0261200086 - 0261200089
- 944 618 121 02 - 944 618 121 04 - 944 618 121 05 - 944 618 121 06
- 94461812102 - 94461812104 - 94461812105 - 94461812106
CORE CHARGE is a deposit that we collect to ensure that the exchange is complete. When we receive your DME/ ECU core at our office, we will refund the core charge to your credit card.
Your old DME/ ECU must be returned within 5 days of the delivery date to receive a refund of the core deposit. You may be subject to additional charges, in addition to a canceled warranty, if you do not return your old DME/ ECU within 5 days of receiving the new rebuilt DME/ ECU.
DME/ ECU's returned in NON-REBUILDABLE condition, such as HEAVY WATER DAMAGE, FIRE DAMAGE or INTERNALLY MANIPULATED; you may receive a partial refund or no refund at all.
FOR INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS ONLY There is an additional $ 100 core charge included in shipping charges that count towards the core charge deposit. Once we receive the DEFECTIVE ECU core back, you will be refunded the original core charge plus the additional $ 100.
The DME/ ECU of your 944 is located under the carpet in the foot rest area on the passenger's side. To remove it, you will need the following tools:
Start by pushing the passenger seat back as far as you can, remove the floor mat.
The carpet is attached at the top with Velcro. Pull the carpet back to locate the protective wood foot board. The foot board will be held by 4 Phillips screws and washers, remove and set aside.
The DME/ ECU is attached to a supporting metal frame, locate and remove the 2 Phillips screws at the bottom of the frame and the 2 plastic screw retainers that secure the metal frame.
With the frame released from its location, gently pull it back; then locate and remove the remaining 4 Phillips screws that hold the DME / ECU against the metal frame.
After releasing the DME / ECU from the metal frame, carefully remove the main connector by pushing the silver tab on the side of the DME and carefully pulling the main connector.