Bosch 0 261 200 075 - Repair
When you choose the repair service you send your unit to our location. Once we receive the unit, we test and diagnose the unit. Then we repair it, if it is needed, and we send it back to you with a report of what caused the unit to go bad.
When sending your unit for Repair, send us the DME & KLR Set:
NOTE: Not sending both control unit might cause delays on the diagnose and test of your units.
There are times when both the ECU/DME and KLR are the cause of the problem in the car, and this helps us diagnose the issue much faster and accurately.
NOTE: Repair Form must be filled out BEFORE you ship the ECU and KLR.
WHAT IS THE TURN AROUND TIME FOR THE REPAIR?
The average time for the repair process is 5 days once we receive the ECU/DME and KLR set at our office.
The DME/ ECU of your 944 is located under the carpet in the footrest 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.