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Engine ECu
I fitted a second hand engine ECU to my 03 Model 206 GTi. The engine won't start at all with the new ECU. Is there anything that needs to be initialised, configured or calibrated before my engine will start?
Answer
There is nothing you need to do or can do to start your engine with a used ECU from another car.
The Engine ECU and the BSI are matched for life at instalation. Each ECU bears a four digit code. Once that code has been entered into a virgin ECU it cannot be altered or erased.
It is possible to replace the Engine ECU with a new unit. New modules are in a virgin state, meaning that the memory for the four digit code is blank, allowing for the code to be entered.
In case of a engine ECU replacement only, the code entered must match the code already programmed in the BSI otherwise the engine will not start.
The code entered at commissioning of a new ECU is the same code used for programming the remote entry key and immobiliser chip.
It is not possible to read this code from the engine ECU or the BSI. In order to match a new engine ECU to a BSI, the correct code must be known.
Question
EDS
Can someone please explain to me what EDS stands for and what the function of EDS is? I heard that my Peugeot 207 has EDS but I don't know what it is.
Answer
EDS stands for, "Eclairage Directionnel Statique". Static Directional Headlights in English.
EDS improves visibility when negotiating a bend. The EDS headlamp features an additional lens, mounted at a 30° angle to the left and right on each respective light unit. At a speed over 25km/h and a steering wheel angle over 35° the EDS will activate either the left or the right bulb depending on the direction of turn. On the Peugeot 207 the EDS can be deactivated by the user via the configuration menu. Use the menu button on the radio.

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