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ME7 Immobilizer Defeat

ME7 Immobilizer Defeat

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Immobilizer defeat/delete/removal of Bosch ME7 ECU's found in certain PQ34 (mk4), PQ35 (mk5), B5, B6 generation (and more) VW and Audi vehicles.  

Golf, GTI, Jetta, Rabbit, New Beetle, Passat, TT, A4, S4, A6, S6.

2.0, 1.8T, 2.5 07K, 12V VR6, 24V VR6, 2.8 V6, 2.7TT, and more...
Applicable to ME7.1, ME7.1.1, and ME7.5 GAS ECU's ONLYNo TDI.

Purchasing this REQUIRES you to send the ECU to us in order for us to service it.  This is not a product, it is a service we perform to your existing ECU.  

This service allows the installation of used ECU in another vehicle without having to match it to the cluster and key.  

Please keep in mind that the immobilizer light on the cluster may still flash, but the defeat/delete disregards this and allows the vehicle to run.  
Both stock and tuned ECU's can be Immobilizer defeated without issue.  
Most applicable ECU's have the following part numbers, but may be followed by various letters.  If yours is not listed, feel free to ask if it can be done.  
06A 906 032
1C0 906 032
021 906 018
022 906 032
4B0 906 018
07K 906 032
8N0 906 018

This service is NOT applicable to ME5 ECUs. If your part number is 06A 906 018, this service is NOT for your vehicle.

After purchase, please ship your ECU to us. Click HERE for all of the information needed to ship your ECU to us.

If you have any questions, feel free to message us with the chat button at the bottom of the page.

06A Technik is dedicated to customer satisfaction. However, we cannot issue refunds for our services. Products are sold as-is and ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

If there is a problem with anything, we will do our best to rectify the issue. Cases of faulty ECUs occur occasionally. Replacement of faulty ECU’s will be handled on a case by case basis, under the discretion of 06A Technik.

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