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yes you do. It needs to have a .config file with your VIN written to it. Some can be overwritten, some cannot
 

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If you have access to a MUT3 SE (dealer scan tool) you can copy the config file from your original ETACS to a new one ( or maybe to a second hand one).

You will need to reprogram your keys afterwards, but that needs a code from the dealer.

If your ETACS is not functioning, them Mitsubishi can supply the fil;e for you
 

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So my local Mitsubishi dealer is telling me I can’t recode the ETAC? It’s new unit only? @£1000
took my outlander to a local auto electrician this morning dropped it off at 08:00 by 10:00 I had a call to say it’s done!! Apparently there’s a bank of fuses behind the battery and one had blown they bypassed it with an inline fuse as the didn’t have the standard one in stock charged me £60 needles to say I’m over the moon!!
 
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