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    Question 18 GTR x module install

    hey guys, trying to swap x module over to my 18 GTR the fuse box is different and it looks like the diag connector already has a power/ground wire, so question is does anyone have 18 year model install instructions? or can help with fuse wiring, i tried plugging it strait in to diag connector and nothing comes up on the dash, unplugged battery etc but still nothing. any help would be appreciated.


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    What year ski was the x module on before?

    I wouldn't be surprised if they marry to the ski like the scom.

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    2014 GTI 130, i placed it back on the gti and it still works

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    You will most likely need a new x module for the 18.

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    Dam it,, so you think they marry to th ecu on first connection? Exchange rate is crap at moment so it will be hard to get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mewii View Post
    Dam it,, so you think they marry to th ecu on first connection? Exchange rate is crap at moment so it will be hard to get.
    Its possible.

    I know the communication protocol is differant between the skis you mentioned also.

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbird View Post
    Its possible.

    I know the communication protocol is differant between the skis you mentioned also.

    Andy
    Perhaps buds2 mechatronic can fix with a few click w/o the use of a module?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Perhaps buds2 mechatronic can fix with a few click w/o the use of a module?
    Yes if they have that it will do the trick also.

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    Thanks guys, I don’t have buds unfortunately, but can that enable it with out the module needing to be connected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mewii View Post
    Thanks guys, I don’t have buds unfortunately, but can that enable it with out the module needing to be connected?
    BUDS with mechatronic can enable it yes.
    No module required.

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