Used MG TF Central Locking ECU

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About Central Locking ECU

A TF<Model> central locking ECU (Electronic Control Unit) is a microcomputer or brain responsible for management and control of a car’s central locking and security system. All locking components including the lock mechanisms, lock barrels, lock levers, actuators, remote sensors and other lock controls are electrically connected to the ECU, allowing it to regulate and control the overall state of the system. The central locking ECU may also control electric window closure, vehicle immobiliser and alarm system.

A TF<Model> central locking ECU is located within the dashboard or engine bay. It is generally possible to ‘read’ or interrogate the central locking ECU using a laptop computer with relevant software and cable or a dedicated reader via a connection port usually located in the dashboard. This is the best method for diagnosis of central locking faults.
Like any electronic component an ECU can fail for a number of reasons including short circuits, dry solder joints, water damage or age. Diagnosis is generally much easier with the correct reader which can be used to obtain error codes from the ECU.

MG trivia

  • In 1931 the MG EX210 became the first 750cc car to beat the 100mph mark and managed 103.13mph. Nicknamed the Magic Midget, the EX120 took a few attempts to break that record, but it got there eventually.
  • Modern MG cars have a dazzling array of technology options. Owners can opt for an eight-inch colour touchscreen, satellite navigation, keyless entry, power tailgate, electric folding mirrors, and a one-touch start button. The MG RX5 is very sporty looking, but it’s hiding a lot of tech on the inside.
  • Quite a few celebrities have owned an MG. The Duke of Edinburgh had a TC model, while Prince Charles’ first ever car was a GT SHY 766F, which he loved so much that he kept it until he could pass it to Prince William. The King of Rock and Roll, Elvis, also had an MG, as did Geri Halliwell and Sharon Stone.
  • Every year, the Chesterfield MG Group holds what’s called the Goodnight Sweetheart Run. It’s a chance for classic MG owners to have one last drive before the colder weather hits and their cars go into storage for the winter. Held every September, the Goodnight Sweetheart Run is a must-attend event for every MG owner.
  • The best selling MG of all time is the MGB. Released in 1962 and in production until 1980, the MGB is still the epitome of the modern British sports car, and was, in fact, the last MG to be built at the world-famous factory in Abingdon.