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Old 12-10-2014, 04:50 AM   #31
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I have a ewsII 668 dme. So from what I understood from this post I can bypass the ewsII by getting a ews simulator? If this is the case, where can I get a simulator? Is it as simple as plug and play? Or do I have to mess with the dme and wires?
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I have a ewsII 668 dme. So from what I understood from this post I can bypass the ewsII by getting a ews simulator? If this is the case, where can I get a simulator? Is it as simple as plug and play? Or do I have to mess with the dme and wires?

I have not installed a sim yet but it does involve taking apart the DME, soldering the chip in and programming it. Chip can be found online with a Google search.
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I have a ewsII 668 dme. So from what I understood from this post I can bypass the ewsII by getting a ews simulator? If this is the case, where can I get a simulator? Is it as simple as plug and play? Or do I have to mess with the dme and wires?
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I have not installed a sim yet but it does involve taking apart the DME, soldering the chip in and programming it. Chip can be found online with a Google search.
I am in the same boat with a cali top Ti. It is a 97, going to get a earlier model m42 318 DME and snip and go from there. Sound about right or am I missing something?
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I'm willing to install a EWS delete chip for free since I don't think anyone has done one on this board. You pay shipping both ways, purchase EWS sim. The big thing for anyone who wants me to try this on their DME, if I fubar your DME it's not my fault or responsibility.

I might try it on my own DME if someone makes a good offer to buy a EWS delete 668 DME. Yes I am parting my car out. Anyone need a M47 stroker crank and H-Beam rods. The stroke adds a lot of torque and the long H-Beam rods get a better angle on the crank to make more power.
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EWS delete for 1995 DME's must be done via a EWS delete chip which I sell and is plug and play and all other DME's 96 and above must be done via a EWS emulator which requires a solder job .

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60 SHIPPED. I HAVE ONE. The purple label EWS0 for the m42 is just like a red label m50 dme, you can install it on any e36.
So i got a chip, put it in, still no spark or fuel. removed #66 wire and bypassed starter wires from ews2 . will a purple dme work? can i do any swap that will, including a wiring swap? i would like to drive this car before i paint it and custom build a wide body kit.
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