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Old 17 August 2010, 03:00   #11
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Originally Posted by Erin View Post
I don't think the mapping would matter (obviously it would if you wanted to 'chip' it but that's a different kettle of fish from diagnostics). The protocol the ECU uses would be pretty standard I'd have thought. They're not going to have developed a different format just for marine engines when the basic engine parameters and sensors are the same for all engines, road or marine.
Makes sense to me!
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