Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Forums

Collapse
Collapse
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • New Topics
Clear All
new posts
No content found
Show More
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • New Topics
Clear All
new posts
Please log in to your account to view your subscribed posts.
Directory Topics Posts Last Post
Public forums
Announcements (you can reply)
Topics: 21 Posts: 143
21 143
Chris
The new Autronic website is up
by Chris
Autronic tech talk, software, download & Cal-files. For access to "Dealer Forum" contact administrator.
Topics: 2,465 Posts: 17,868
2,465 17,868
Ronnie
tacho adapter wiring 3sgte/Mr2
by Ronnie
Sub-Forums:
Autronic Support Forum (2,213/16,623)
Discussions about just anything that doesn't fit the other categories.
Topics: 438 Posts: 2,735
Last Post: Spark Tech coils
438 2,735
Ian
Spark Tech coils
by Ian
Tell us about your car or interesting projects.
Topics: 87 Posts: 504
87 504
PSA Turbo
Presentation Citroen 4x4
For sale
Topics: 222 Posts: 961
222 961
gti
SM2's for sale, perfect working order, must go!
by gti
Post your suggestions regarding the forum here!
Topics: 6 Posts: 128
6 128
frotou
Ecu wish list section.
by frotou
Dealer Forum
Public Forum svenskt
Support in Swedish
Topics: 165 Posts: 623
165 623
Ronnie
Feilkode på instrument panel engine failure
by Ronnie
Sub-Forums:
Nyheter (16/21)

What's Going On

Collapse

There are currently 95 users online. 1 members and 94 guests.

Most users ever online was 507 at 03:59 AM on March 12th, 2011.

Autronic MRM Forum Statistics

Collapse

Topics: 3,551   Posts: 23,745   Members: 3,106   Active Members: 16
Welcome to our newest member, nitz.

Welcome to Autronic Community

Collapse

For help and support of Autronic ECU's and parts

This site is hosted by MRM-Racing for supporting the Autronic community..

Latest Topics

Collapse

Latest Articles

Collapse

  • EVO 6 PnP Ecu install
    MRMRacing
    Here is an typical installation of the Autronic PnP install in a EVO6.

    PnP manual here




    The ECU is located inside the right door, remove the ground from battery before starting work on the car.



    Behind this plastic the ECU is located.



    On the upper screw two ground wires are located. Important to re-assembly them with same bolt and same place !!



    Remove the screws and pull down the...
    January 10th, 2016, 12:57 AM
Working...
X