Thread: BCM bad
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Old 09-17-2017, 02:40 PM   #7
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Default Re: BCM bad

Next to the microcontroller is a small IC (8 pins) labelled 95040. It's an EEPROM. It's possible that contains the key data, it's also possible that it contains the VIN data. And, I suppose, it's also possible that it contains neither, or both.

Anyway, if it were me, I would try swapping the 95040s between the two boards to see if this either transfers your VIN to the good board or reenables storage of key data on the bad one.

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