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Where to find ecu module button on 95, 456?

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  1. Ferrarienthusiast71

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    I’m not sure where it’s located. Thank you Ferrari masters
     
  2. Ferrarienthusiast71

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    Do you guys know where the button to reset it is ?
     
  3. Qavion

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    Looks like someone stole yours.
     
  4. Ferrarienthusiast71

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    Really?
     
  5. Qavion

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    Do you have a Euro car or a USA/Canada car?
     
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    What button?
     
  7. Qavion

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    #9 Qavion, May 15, 2024
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    What are the wire colours on the plug?

    I don't have a wiring diagram for the 456, but on the 348, the test switch was wired up like this:

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    One of the wires was not used. The 348 manual also has a test procedure.

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    This has been discussed before, but I don't know if anyone tried to wire up a test switch.
     
  8. Qavion

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    To be honest, I'm not sure if the 456 has a test button. It's not shown in the parts manual. Maybe only the Ferrari SD1 tool can be plugged in there?
     
  9. Aerosurfer

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    I have a button, US 95 model.

    Have needed it for my left 7-12 ecu/CEL but in 2+ years have not opened up my right side ECU cover, so im not sure if i have a button on both sides or its meant to move when needed. I would at least check both ECUs.

    But like Ian said you can jumper the same function
     
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    And what was the solution?
     
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    As well as the initial problem
     
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    I don’t know about all the cars but a US model should have a button on both sides. Turned out my drivers side one had been removed and replaced with something homemade. I was able to order a replacement.
     
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