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Old 09-15-2017, 11:44 PM
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Anyone Try a Chrysler TCM with a MB 722.6 Trans.

Has anyone tried a Chrysler TCM as a replacement for the stock Mercedes TCM (EGS in Mercedes speak). The reasons I ask is that there are performance versions of these module available from Mopar and the units can be programed using this tool:

DiabloSport 7202 - DiabloSport Predator P2 Tuner - FREE SHIPPING!

If a Chrysler TCM would plug and play with an MB power train that would open up a whole new ball cam for transmission modification for MB. Since the TCM's are available from Mopar in several stages of tune.

It would also be good to know if I could just use the tool above to reprogram the MB units. I need to change my gear ratio and that will do it on the Chrysler's but will it work on the MB's?
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Old 09-16-2017, 01:04 AM
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Which chassis are we talking about here? The reason I ask is all the 722.6 TCMs I've dealt with on the W203 and W211 have to be coded with the vin number of the vehicle they're in. No vin match to the ECU = no go. Also do Chryslers use the same D2B canbus standard?
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Old 09-16-2017, 08:51 AM
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Which chassis are we talking about here? The reason I ask is all the 722.6 TCMs I've dealt with on the W203 and W211 have to be coded with the vin number of the vehicle they're in. No vin match to the ECU = no go. Also do Chryslers use the same D2B canbus standard?
I actually posted to the wrong forum but this would be for a 1996 SL600. I'm not sure if they did the version coding this back then.

I will re post to the regular Performance paddok
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