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  1. Very interesting finding! May I please receive the update? Many thanks in advance!
  2. If it is of any help, I found the following: The first two digits show the manufacturing plant, as follows: .'01' = Rüesselsheim'02' = Bochum '08' = Ellesmere Port '14' = Kaiserslautern '19' = Aspern '20' = Hungary '25' = Holden '31' = Brazil '0S' = Szentgotthard It seems that most C20XE were manufactured in Kaiserslautern. Mine starts also with "14", however I try to find more information concerning the car it came from.
  3. As title says, I am looking for a 2.4 C24NE engine for my Ascona B. Any offers? Many thanks in advance.
  4. This makes sense only if it is a Commodore B GSE axle, i.e. 5-stud, the same as was in the Ascona 400 version. Otherwise, I do not see the reason why you should make this conversion. I have fitted such an axle in my ascona b.
  5. Extremely interesting topic! I would definitely love to know more on this - unfortunately I cannot help, as I do not have any information!
  6. Good afternoon to everyone! Some latest developments on my Ascona B C20XE M2.8! After the 16-pin OBD2 plug, I now fitted also o MIL (Malfunction Indication Lamp) from ECU pin 22. As I wrote above, I used a 16-pin plug from Vectra B. I will post some pictures also!
  7. Many thanks mantadoc. I have already some software to read the 16-pin plug (TEXA, autocom, etc.), so I prefer it from the flash codes. I just wanted to confirm that the connections between ECU pins and 16-pin plug are correct. ECU pin 55 to plug pin 7 ECU pin 13 to plug pin 6 Earth to plug pins 4&5 +12V to plug pin 16 With these connections it seems to work properly, I can read both ECU errors and data with two different diagnostic software. However, I have recently seen in the internet that ECU pin 13 should be connected to plug pin 15.
  8. Hi to all, after long! I am coming back to this topic as I have connected finally a 16-pin OBD plug (using a plug from Vectra) to my C20XE M2.8 Ascona B. I made the following connections: ECU pin 55 to plug pin 7 ECU pin 13 to plug pin 6 Earth to plug pins 4&5 +12V to plug pin 16 With these connections it seems to work properly, I can read both ECU errors and data with two different diagnostic software. However, I have recently seen in the internet that ECU pin 13 should be connected to plug pin 15. Has anyone made a similar connection?
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