backlight instrument cluster problem after swapping ECUs

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Have you tried Peugeot Planet?
Try configuring it like it was a 1007. In fact it probably still thinks it's a 1007!
I have found that sometimes an item will configure under PP where it wont configure under LEXIA.
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Hello,
This amazes me, but hardware and software numbers between original and donored ECU are almost perfect match and for BSI good match.
I personally don't like Peugeot Planet 2000, it has more bugs and just is not that responsive as Lexia. I have old DiagBox 07.02 on Windows XP and DiagBox 09.91 on Windows 7. Both are running well, but I prefer the old one - works faster and is more reliable.
What amazes me, that after minor changes in BSI software it caught it as Citroen C3 and worked perfectly well.
I tried to see what is going on with PP2000, but it didn't help - I could configure only BSI part. COM2000, instrument cluster and ECU are listed as not recognised by PP2000, but you can get into and see what's going on (Actuator tests).
I spent on this topic many hours and I think that the easiest solution would be to change COM2000 to one from Peugeot 1007.
BSI configuration in PP2000 has the same options as in Lexia.
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