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    ECO Light on Dash [how to turn off?]

    Can someone till me how to turn off the ECO light on dash of a 2018 Mirage ES Thanks



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    I did it by using a mini VCI and etacs decoder software (paid) I bought 5 commits to the ECU which was about 9 euros, although I'm pretty sure you could also use MMCodingWriter which is free.

    I did it after setting everything up to enable cruise control and I had to mess about to find the drivers, a lot of the sites linked were defunct ect. I've forgotten exactly what I did to get it going but I was working off Windows 10 64bit.

    From memory I turned the ECO light off in the engine tab of the etacs decoder, although once you're in I'm sure you won't have much trouble finding the parameter to disable.

    Here's some reading for you.

    https://mirageforum.com/forum/showth...bling-in-ETACs
    https://mirageforum.com/forum/showth...free-No-limits
    Last edited by skyblue; 05-26-2021 at 03:47 AM.

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    omg I thought there might be a switch to advanced for me. But thank you for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    omg I thought there might be a switch to advanced for me. But thank you for the info.
    A piece of strategically placed black electrical tape might be a solution.



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