It shows Australia as one of the ship to countries so don't see why not. Changed shipping to $65USD for me when I changed it from USA. So must be no issue.
Did you make the choice to purchase the Tech2 to get the ECM sorted? I am sure not only for that, I was just wondering simply because you will now need to get the software set up so you can get the full use out of the tool and to add the ECM.Are these real tech2 or some sort of clones/fakes? Guessing by the price (and location) not real, but are they any good?
The steering wheel is actually on the wrong side for us in the states. As I said in the past I am not here to sell anything. Just want to clear a few things up. 1) Loosing your ECM will not in any way make your car scrap, all you would have to do is get another one and add it to the car with the Tech2 2) The Tech2 is incapable of extracting the proper information to send to anyone in order to make an ecm work for any of these cars, so whoever that was is clearly lying or has no clue what they are doing. 3) The only way to send the proper (bin) file would be to get that file from the ecm and send that to someone, the Tech2 can not do this. However the Trionic software is a way that can work.I have been in contact with a guy state side who i was going to get my ecm repaired, but the only issue was I don't want to send my cars ecm to America. Why? Because my car is showing no symptoms, I went away last weekend in the car and did just short of 600km with zero issues and showing 8.0 liters per hundred km. If i remove the ecm to send to America, there is a risk of it being lost in the post. Then.my car will go to scrap.
I tried to find a solution where I don't have to risk crippling my perfectly good car, and to extract the files he needs to put into another ecm somehow. I asked if there was some way I could get someone with a tech2 to get the data he needs so I can send the data to America, whilst still being able to use my car until the ecm arrives.
He mentioned I would need to get use of a tech2 (I have a friend with one who i may have been able to convince to help extract the data) and a candi and so on... which had me again considering actually sending the ecm... but I looked on youtube and google and decided to not send the ecm, but go the data extraction route instead.... so I messaged him to ask what I need to get the data... and told him I have a couple of cables (elm327), TIS and a Saab memory card for a tech2 to send him the data on on the way...
However, since I sent that message saying I can't bring myself to send my ecm to him... I have not heard back from him.
So, last night, after re doing my research, I thought the best way ahead is to buy a tech2... I was looking at them on ebay, but Diggs gave me the link to the one I bought.
I am sure, with the help of you guys on here, I should be able to either work out how to do it myself (the whole job) or at least extract the info onto a memory card and then send the memory card to them... therefore not risk losing my cars ecm (and not be able to drive it for 5 weeks while ecm is away)
As I have said all along, if my car was dead or undrivable from a failed ecm... I would send the ecm right away. But since my car runs so well, I am simply not prepared to kill it for no rock solid reason. As I said to him, I paid $AU4,200 ($US2,900) for the car... if I send the ecm somewhere and it gets lost somehow.... my car will go to scrap and I will get about $AU100 ($US69) for it... so, a total loss of about $AU4,131....
Now, I will have my own hardware, the Tech2 clone and all of the software ... I have downloaded TIS and trionic can flasher, have the Saab database (WIS?) and will get anything else I need and either learn (with the forum's help) how to do it myself... or be able to send the data to a repairer on the other side of the planet the data, not my entire ecm.
When I registered my car, the title search came up with the fact it has once been registered as a 'high end Taxi/ Chauffeur driven taxi' and is in perfect condition... drives beautifully... only issue is a yellow CEL... so, I don't want to risk killing it.
Yes, the other problem is the steering wheel is on the wrong side....
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