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When does a CEM need programming? 2001 Volvo S60

Post by Alexis2929 » Fri Apr 19, 2019 5:23 pm

A part inside my CEM is broken (the CSH1 and CSH2 connector , it’s a little black box) and I don’t have any power in my left turn signals

is it possible to get a new “connector” and if so what are they called, and saughter it back to the CEM.

If I were to buy a CEM would I need to program it to my car or would they already be programmed and thus I could just swap out the old one for the new one. Without needing any extra work (programming) to the CEM that I buy

I’m just looking for the cheapest and easiest way to fix

Does it need to be the exact same serial numbers ?

Any help is appreciated Thanks

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Re: When does a CEM need programming? 2001 Volvo S60  Topic is solved

Post by precopster » Mon Apr 22, 2019 9:07 pm

CEM contains key information and car configuration all which are unique to your car. Basically it won't start if you swap it out.

They can be re-programmed by XeModex but they'll need the original as well as the donor.

Current cars:2002 XC70, 2006 Ssangyong Rodius (Stavic), 2006 XC90 2.5T, VW Transporter 2.5TDI


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