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Also, will it function properly? OBD II vs. OBDI. Is this upgrade nessesary at BPU level? What are the benefits vs. the BCC? I'll appreciate any responses.
 

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yes,but check engine light will come on,the '97 has 2 oxygen
sensors and the obd1 has one ,i think the obd2 looks for it and cant find causing check engine light :)

but my freind,'93 has my old '98 ecu and runs fine

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Yes they do work.... 97-98 car with g force prolly will set off a check engine light... just make sure its for a auto if yours is a auto and 6 spd if your a 6 spd... another thing is ther is no such thing as a 97-98 g force..... there all OBD1 as far as I know they cant reprogram the OBD2 computers yet... so the G-force computer is actually a OBD1 so u dont have to worry about it... good luck...
 

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Thanks for the help. I believe all MKIV TT's have two O2 sensors, but 97-98 are OBDII. I just wasn't sure if the harness was the same.

Also, how much different are the fuel maps? Is it
worth it on a bpu car or should I stay with the BCC?
 
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