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divorce accesport without car??

alright so i had a 2002 wrx and a v2 cobb accesport but unfortunately i don't have the car anymore although i still have the accesport. i would like to sell it but i know i need to divorce or unmarry it first from my old car's ECU but i can't get to that car anymore so what shall i do?? is it possible to do so anyways?? thanks
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Give them a call. I think they will unmarry it for you for a nice little fee.

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why didnt you unmarry it in the first place if the car is gone lol
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why didnt you unmarry it in the first place if the car is gone lol
No need to kick the man while he's down.
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why didnt you unmarry it in the first place if the car is gone lol
gone doesn't necessarily mean sold, whatever happened wasn't voluntary. i'll definately give cobb a call then as much as i wouldn't like to pay for something so simple. anybody else got any ideas?
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i actually ran into the same problem, except i bought a married V2 for dirt cheap. i called Cobb and they said if there is proof that something happened to the car (i.e., totaled, stolen, etc), they can reboot it for a small fee. if not, they'll charge $395 for a reboot...which sucks, but looks like that's what you get for paying next to nothing to get the thing!
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You need the cars ECU that it is married to or Cobb, no other way to do it.
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