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Does the 1999 Echo have a body control module? Are the BCMs and ECUs the same unit or two separate units?

I have lost the key to my October 1999 Echo and so I need to replace the key, computer, ignition barrel and drivers door lock. The other option was for Toyota to replace the key at a cost of around $900.

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  • Kate Burke Dec 16, 2012

    Okay. Changed the ECU, ignition barrel and key all from the same donor car but still wont go. It kicks over but wont start and now the speedo will not illuminate. Have checked fuses and all wiring etc. Does this model have a BCM? Can anyone please help.

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- Connect the pins 4 (CG) and 13 (TC) with a paper clip or automotive wire, keep open the driver's door and leave the ignition switch ON for 30 minutes.
- After 30 minutes, switch OFF the ignition, remove the jumper wire and start the engine.

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This is a common fault on A4 VAG cars (Mk 4 Golfs, Skoda Octavias, Seat Leon, Beetle, Audi TT , Audi A3) you will need to remove the door card from the inside. Repair kits are available so it may be possible to repair the lock barrel but for the effort htat is required to remove the door card I would replace the lock barrel rather than repair it.

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