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twdorris [How to run ECMLink in a 96 DSM]
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 ====== How to run ECMLink in a 96 DSM ====== ====== How to run ECMLink in a 96 DSM ======
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-The core piece of ECMLink is a flash module plug-in that goes into place of a stock EPROM chip.  To use ECMLink, your ECU needs to have an [[http://​www.dsmlink.com/​images/​photos/​inside1geprom.jpg|EPROM chip inside]] so that we can remove that chip, [[http://​www.dsmlink.com/​images/​forums/​ecudocs/​withsocket.jpg|install a socket]] and then install our V3 flash module into this socket. 
  
-Unfortunately,​ there were **no** 1996 DSM ECUs produced from the factory as EPROM ECUs (other than a couple rare engineering samples that slipped out).  So in order to run ECMLink in a 1996 DSM, you have to either replace the ECU with an EPROM 2G ECU (1995 being the only option) or you need to have your 1996 ECU converted from non-EPROM to EPROM. 
  
-If you already have 1995 EPROM ECU available ​to you, then that's going to be the cheapest route andreally, won't be any different than running a 1996 ECU ​Everything is the same between ​95 and 96 ECU.+{{  http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​v3peeks/​v3previewboard.gif?​direct&​}}The core piece of ECMLink is a flash module plug-in that goes into place of stock EPROM chip. To use ECMLink, your ECU needs to have an [[http://​www.dsmlink.com/​images/​photos/​inside1geprom.jpg|EPROM chip inside]] so that we can remove that chip[[http://​www.dsmlink.com/​images/​forums/​ecudocs/​withsocket.jpg|install ​socket]] ​and then install our V3 flash module into this socket.
  
-But if you do not already have a 1995 EPROM ECU available to you, the cheapest and easiest route is going to be having your 1996 ECU [[nonepromprocess|converted from non-EPROM to EPROM]].+ 
 +Unfortunately,​ there were **no** 1996 DSM ECUs produced from the factory as EPROM ECUs (other than a couple rare engineering samples that slipped out). So in order to run ECMLink in a 1996 DSM, you have to either replace the ECU with an EPROM 2G ECU (1995 being the only option) or you need to have your 1996 ECU converted from non-EPROM to EPROM. 
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 +If you already have a 1995 EPROM ECU available to you, then that's going to be the cheapest route and, really, won't be any different than running a 1996 ECU. Everything is the same between a 95 and 96 ECU. 
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 +But if you do not already have a 1995 EPROM ECU available to you, the cheapest and easiest route is going to be having your 1996 ECU [[:​nonepromprocess2g|converted from non-EPROM to EPROM]].
  
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