how it designed to change the engine ECU!
For 9-5, the only fun thing for ECU swap work is how you tune your ECU by yourself.
Getting to and set new ECU task is a mediocre.
The reassemble part is , however, balony. Poor design by GM...
It almost took forever for me to reassemble the fault firewall plastic cover.
You push it too hard, and you would crack the edge of windshield.
Ask me how I know. Mechanic at dealer said he would willfully do the motor mount job rather than this ECU swapping job. He did crack one windshield, and the plastic cover couldcrack too.
This task took me an hour or so on a 9-5, I do own a 9000, and the ECU swap job is hundred times easier... B-(
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