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cubizme March 22nd, 2017 04:09 AM

Swap ECU & problems !!
 
Hi,
I have a question about "swap ECU". My hyperstrada got fault of ECU ("CAN LINE" again after I repaired my dashboard successfully), so I got an ECU from my friend (hyperstrada), then swap on my bike, but nothing happen, the bike don't recognize ECU !
Anyone give me a ắner, solution... about this ?

Thank you very much,

Sorry for my bad English!

ferdi March 22nd, 2017 07:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cubizme (Post 24366)
Hi,
I have a question about "swap ECU". My hyperstrada got fault of ECU ("CAN LINE" again after I repaired my dashboard successfully), so I got an ECU from my friend (hyperstrada), then swap on my bike, but nothing happen, the bike don't recognize ECU !
Anyone give me a ắner, solution... about this ?

Thank you very much,

Sorry for my bad English!

i have a spare ECU for my 821 and swapping ECU is possible. It looks quite fine after ECUs get swapped, bike is starting and running normal.
also my dealer did nothing else than swapping ECU when he updated software on my spare ECU. bike started immediatly after swapping, each time.
so i suppose your bike has another problem also, if frineds ECU works in his bike.

dragoontwo March 22nd, 2017 07:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ferdi (Post 24370)
i have a spare ECU for my 821 and swapping ECU is possible. It looks quite fine after ECUs get swapped, bike is starting and running normal.
also my dealer did nothing else than swapping ECU when he updated software on my spare ECU. bike started immediatly after swapping, each time.
so i suppose your bike has another problem also, if frineds ECU works in his bike.

Quote:

Originally Posted by cubizme (Post 24366)
Hi,
I have a question about "swap ECU". My hyperstrada got fault of ECU ("CAN LINE" again after I repaired my dashboard successfully), so I got an ECU from my friend (hyperstrada), then swap on my bike, but nothing happen, the bike don't recognize ECU !
Anyone give me a ắner, solution... about this ?

Thank you very much,

Sorry for my bad English!

If this is the case, does your ECU work in your friends bike?

zippy49 March 22nd, 2017 09:34 AM

Check your ground connections. Our 390 Duke would crank but not fire because of this. Also, have you had the Canbus filter TSB done?

cubizme March 22nd, 2017 06:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ferdi (Post 24370)
i have a spare ECU for my 821 and swapping ECU is possible. It looks quite fine after ECUs get swapped, bike is starting and running normal.
also my dealer did nothing else than swapping ECU when he updated software on my spare ECU. bike started immediatly after swapping, each time.
so i suppose your bike has another problem also, if frineds ECU works in his bike.

Glad to hear, but my case didn't work, also my friend's bike working normally!

Quote:

Originally Posted by dragoontwo (Post 24373)
If this is the case, does your ECU work in your friends bike?

My ecu doesn't work in my friend's bike ( the dash show "CAN LINE") .

Quote:

Originally Posted by zippy49 (Post 24376)
Check your ground connections. Our 390 Duke would crank but not fire because of this. Also, have you had the Canbus filter TSB done?

I checked ground connection, and all of wire, they are fine ! I haven't installed CAN filter yet !

zibbit u2 March 22nd, 2017 11:49 PM

I bet it has something to do with the immobilizer system on the bike. The Key, ECU and dash all need to be programmed to recognize each other. I would say your best bet would be to visit a dealer so you can use their special Ducati computers.

ferdi March 23rd, 2017 02:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zibbit u2 (Post 24381)
I bet it has something to do with the immobilizer system on the bike. The Key, ECU and dash all need to be programmed to recognize each other. I would say your best bet would be to visit a dealer so you can use their special Ducati computers.

no, the ecu does not be programmed to be recognized, just switch and go

cubizme March 25th, 2017 01:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zibbit u2 (Post 24381)
I bet it has something to do with the immobilizer system on the bike. The Key, ECU and dash all need to be programmed to recognize each other. I would say your best bet would be to visit a dealer so you can use their special Ducati computers.

Quote:

Originally Posted by ferdi (Post 24385)
no, the ecu does not be programmed to be recognized, just switch and go

I forget one thing, my friend's ecu is Italy version, mine is Thailand version. Is this problem??

ferdi March 25th, 2017 01:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cubizme (Post 24414)
I forget one thing, my friend's ecu is Italy version, mine is Thailand version. Is this problem??

maybe, but i do'nt think so.

my guess is, that your dashboard is also faulty (again)

cubizme March 25th, 2017 05:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ferdi (Post 24415)
maybe, but i do'nt think so.

my guess is, that your dashboard is also faulty (again)

Thank ferdi, I am finding an used ECU for my bike


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