Fiat Punto 1.2 litre IAW 59F ECU year 2000 onwards

Fiat Punto ECU malfunction

Fiat Punto ECU

1.2 litre Year 2000 - onwards

ECU Type - Magneti Marelli IAW 59F

ECU location: Fitted to the back of the throttle housing

These Punto ECU’s are failing in huge numbers causing the engine to misfire on two cylinders. The fault is originally caused by the ignition coil spiking back to the ECU and blowing the coil drivers inside the ECU.

When the ECU is changed or refitted after rebuild the coils should be replaced at the same time to avoid any possible damage to the replacement/remanufactured ECU.

We have two options to resolve these issues – rebuild of your own unit or a replacement ECU, both options require no programming after installing to the vehicle.

 

Common Failure symptoms:

  • Misfire on two cylinders
  • Illuminated engine management light (EML)

 

Common fault codes:

  • P0351 - ignition coil A primary/secondary circuit malfunction
  • P0352 – ignition coil B primary/secondary circuit malfunction
  • P0115 – engine coolant temperature sensor 1
  • P0300 - ignition failure generic

 

Affected Vehicles:

  • Fiat Punto 1.2 (2000-2011)
  • Fiat Seicento 1.1 (1999-2011)

 

Common failing part numbers:

 

Test and rebuild:

Our bespoke testing rigs will test each Fiat Punto ECU beyond operating parameters both before and after rebuild to ensure the ECU exceeds OEM standards.

 

Programming:

  • We supply these ECU’s as self programming so that it can be fitted by the customer, no need to visit your local Fiat dealer for programming just plug in and drive away.
  • During rebuild all programming information is retained – just plug and play once received back from us.

 

Quality:

We have rebuilt and supplied hundreds of these commonly failing ECUs for main dealerships and specialists across the globe. Our work defect rate is lower than 0.6% on all rebuilds and replacements that leave our premises, so you can be sure that our work will outlast the vehicle.

 

Warranty:

Lifetime unlimited mileage*

 

How do I order a replacement?

To order a replacement Fiat Punto ECU select your part number from above and then click: Buy a replacement unit. We will then ship the ECU within 1 - 2 working days directly to you.

 

How do I get my unit rebuilt?

To pay for the rebuild select your part number from above and click: Get yours rebuilt

Print the payment/booking confirmation email.

Package the Fiat Punto engine ECU inside a sturdy box with plenty of packaging material (make sure you include your confirmation email in the box).

Send us your package by tracked courier (the shipping instructions are on the confirmation email).

Once received we will test, rebuild and return your Punto ECU with an unlimited mileage lifetime warranty. (if your unit turns out not to be faulty then we will refund your payment less a small testing fee and return shipping)

 

What if I don’t want to pay up front?

This is not a problem, if you prefer this option then follow the following steps:

Fill in and submit this test form.

Print the booking confirmation email.

Package the Fiat engine management ECU inside a sturdy box with plenty of packaging material (make sure you include your confirmation email in the box).

Send us your package by tracked courier (the shipping instructions are on the confirmation email).

Once received, we will test your Punto ECU and call you to advise on the outcome of testing, if your ECU is faulty and you choose to go ahead with the rebuild then we will take payment over the phone using a debit/credit card.

We will then rebuild your engine ECU and return it to you with an unlimited mileage warranty.

If you require further information regarding this Fiat Punto engine ECU then please contact us.

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Comments on "Fiat Punto 1.2 litre IAW 59F ECU year 2000 onwards"
Jim Papastathopoulos says: 2/8/2019 1:03:59 AM
Hello! Im sure I need a new ecu. Misfiring problem as you tell common. How much does it cost to send me a good one to Greece Athens? Then if i send you the old one back do i get a discount? Thank you very much.
ECU Admin says: 2/8/2019 9:36:36 AM
Hi Jim, sounds like you may well require a rebuild or replacement. Just select your part number above for shipping and pricing information.
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