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Offline Alfons De Schepper,CLC#25475

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  • Name: alfons De Schepper
eprom for ecm
« on: November 15, 2011, 01:16:11 PM »
Hello,

I have here a 1980 Seville with a 6.0 liter engine and the eprom of the ecm is faulty. My question is where can I find a new eprom for the ecm of this car.
 They checked the ecm and he is OK.
Thanks for your answers and suggestion's

Alfons
clc#25475

Offline Dave Shepherd

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Re: eprom for ecm
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2011, 03:15:49 PM »
One from a scapped car or check with a dealer, if still no good Google , "replacement E proms"

Offline Garrett Brown

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Re: eprom for ecm
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2011, 04:26:43 PM »
I have a PROM/EPROM burner. If you can find the .bin for your car and figure out how to use it, I'd be happy to burn a chip for you. It's a Pro-Logic M980, and if there's a way to get any modern computer to communicate with it I'd burn you as many chips as you want! Otherwise, a salvage yard would be your best bet. A place like McVey's might have what you need.
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Offline Alfons De Schepper,CLC#25475

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Re: eprom for ecm
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2011, 05:08:14 AM »
I have a PROM/EPROM burner. If you can find the .bin for your car and figure out how to use it, I'd be happy to burn a chip for you. It's a Pro-Logic M980, and if there's a way to get any modern computer to communicate with it I'd burn you as many chips as you want! Otherwise, a salvage yard would be your best bet. A place like McVey's might have what you need.

Thanks for your answer I will look into it if it is possible and if I can figure this out

Alfons

Offline graph87

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  • Name: Diego Tiveron
Re: eprom for ecm
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2013, 08:14:26 AM »
Hi, I have the same car, and I think I have problems with the ECM. if I buy a newone, do you know if I need to do somethings or I only need to connect it to the car?

Offline 76eldo

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Re: eprom for ecm
« Reply #5 on: September 23, 2013, 10:30:45 AM »
The PROM chip is a removable chip a d typically has to be transferred to the new ECM.
it has parameters on the chip for your particular car.  Digital dash vs standard, etc.

Brian
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Offline graph87

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Re: eprom for ecm
« Reply #6 on: December 26, 2013, 06:39:03 PM »
Hello,

I have here a 1980 Seville with a 6.0 liter engine and the eprom of the ecm is faulty. My question is where can I find a new eprom for the ecm of this car.
 They checked the ecm and he is OK.
Thanks for your answers and suggestion's

Alfons
clc#25475

Hallo Alfons,
Do you have any good news about this product? At the moment I have two good ECM but only one bad prom... So I can't use my car. Please (if you found a solutions) advise me. Thanks!

Offline r2law

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Re: eprom for ecm
« Reply #7 on: January 05, 2014, 12:57:38 PM »
I didn't know the 1980 Seville had eprom issues.  Attached are the 1980 electronic electronic fuel injection parts illustration and gm part numbers.  From what I can see only one ECM, GM part number 1224539 is needed for the L61/368-9 engine.  It's currently available on http://nospartsdepot.com/ for only $122.54.  I attached a copy of webpage.  It appears to be an true "NOS" part.

 

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