ECU Part Numbers:

      Updated 12/24/05


      Use this list to make sure you get the correct ECU for your car. Double check with a dealer is possible.
      Some dealers will not give out part numbers because you might go elsewhere.
      This means thier prices are too damn high!

      ECU part Numbers for FWD SOHC Federal and California Emmisons
      9605.1 9705.3 : MD339760
      9706.1 9805.3 : MD347252
      9806.1 - - - - - - : MD360161

      Manual and Automatic Engines use same ECU

      ECU Part Numbers for FWD DOHC Federal emmisions ONLY
      9004.1 9205.3 : MD159963
      9206.1 9305.3 : MD190662
      9306.1 9505.3 : MD192591
      9506.1 9604.3 : MD319638
      9605.1 9705.3 : MD339761
      9706.1 9805.3 : MD347251
      9806.1 - - - - - - : MD360162

      Automatic and Manual transmissions use same ECU

      ECU Part Numbers for FWD DOHC California emmisions ONLY!
      9004.1 9205.3 : MD159962
      9206.1 9305.3 : MD188204
      9306.1 9505.3 : MD192590
      9506.1 9604.3 : MD319638
      9605.1 9705.3 : MD339761
      9706.1 9805.3 : MD347251
      9806.1 - - - - - - : MD360162

      Automatic and Manual transmissions use same ECU

      ECU Part Numbers by year for DOHC AWD TT CAL emmisions
      9004.1 9205.3 : MD159965
      9206.1 9305.3 : MD188205
      9306.1 9505.3 : MD192588
      9506.1 9604.3 : MD319639
      9605.1 9705.3 : MD339762
      9706.1 9805.3 : MD347250
      9806.1 - - - - - - : MD360163

      ECU Part Numbers by year for DOHC AWD TT FED emmisions
      9004.1 9205.3 : MD159966
      9206.1 9305.3 : MD190663
      9306.1 9505.3 : MD192589
      9506.1 9604.3 : MD319639
      9605.1 9705.3 : MD339762
      9706.1 9805.3 : MD347250
      9806.1 - - - - - - : MD360163

      Other ECU Numbers

      MD159961 1991 Jap GTO N/A Auto, AWD, AWS (Thanks to Mcac & Oleg Reznik)
      MD159961 1993 Jap GTO N/A Auto, AWD, AWS (Thanks to Mcac & Oleg Reznik)


      Note to interpret dates (9806.1 used as example)
      1st and 2nd (2) digits are year so this is 1998
      3rd and 4th (2) digits are month so this is June (6th month)
      5th digit is 1/3rd of month (I think) so 1 = 1st 10 days of month


      Important information about buying a replacement or repaired ECU:

      You do not have to install the exact same ECU part number in your car BUT you do have to install a new ECU
      with the same E2T number!
      Pull out the ECU and under the part number on the label there will be a number starting with E2T.
      Those numbers on your original ECU have to match your new ECU.

      Thanks to Hans at Ground Zero Performance for this information.

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