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ECU Tuning for Mercedes-Benz Sprinter (2009-2014)

(OM642 3.0L V6 Turbo Diesel)

(EDC16CP31 or EDC17CP46 ECU)


Sprinter OM642 Tuning Potential:


- - STOCK HP & TQ - -

190 HP / 325 FT-LB (440 Nm)


- - ECONOMY - -

210 HP / 357 (485 Nm)

(Up to 20% fuel efficiency)


- - STAGE 1 - -

230 HP /  390 FT-LB (530 Nm)


- - STAGE 2 - - [+$100]

265 HP /  390 FT-LB (530 Nm)

Requires Sprinter Mods:

  • DPF Delete


Stock power and gains vary based on conditions and state of the vehicle.


The Mercedes Sprinter is a reliable and versatile commercial van that is powered by a diesel engine. With its excellent fuel efficiency and impressive payload capacity, the Sprinter is a top choice for businesses in need of a practical and dependable transportation.


The OM642 engine is a 3.0-liter turbocharged diesel V6 engine. This engine is widely regarded as one of the most advanced diesel engines in the world. Equipped with a common rail fuel injection system and a variable-geometry turbocharger, the OM642 engine delivers impressive power and torque, an ideal choice for those who value both performance and fuel efficiency. The OM642 engine is used in various vehicle models, including the E-Class, GL-Class, and S-Class. Its reliability and performance have made it a popular choice among car enthusiasts worldwide, earning it a reputation as one of the most sophisticated and efficient engines in its class.


The EDC16CP31 and EDC17CP31 are engine control units (ECU), your sprinter may have one or the other depending on the year. It is responsible for controlling the fuel injection, turbocharging, and other engine management functions. In order to tune the Mercedes Sprinter, it is necessary to modify the ECU, either through remapping or through the use of an aftermarket tuning box.


DPF deletes are popular modifications for diesel owners looking to further improve the performance of their vehicle. DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) and related system deletes involve removing these components from the exhaust system, which can reduce flow restriction to increase efficiency and performance.


There are several reasons why you might consider Sprinter Diesel OM642 tuning, including:


- Increase Horsepower & Torque: The most noticable benefits of tuning your ECU is the increase in horsepower and torque. Even without aftermarket modifications, you can see a significant improvement in your engine's performance, resulting in faster acceleration and a more engaging driving experience.


- Improve Fuel Efficiency: While more HP and TQ is often the primary goal of tuning, many tuning parameters can also result in improved fuel efficiency. By optimizing the engine's performance, you can reduce the amount of fuel needed to accelerate and cruise, saving you money at the pump.


- Enhanced Reliability: By addressing common issues from the factory and making the engine more efficient, you can reduce the risk of breakdowns and extend the life of your vehicle.


Tuning File Fits:

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Diesel (3 Litres, Turbo Diesel)

Mercedes Sprinter 3.0L OM642 Diesel Tuning (2009-2014)

  • - Exhaust modification [+$700]

        (DPF, Adblue/SCR/NOx Sensor delete)

        (In Store Only)

    - EGR delete 

    - Swirl Flap Delete


    Tune your car at home with a flasher:

    - CMD Flashtec MPF [+$350]

         (Android Flasher)

    - Alientech Powergate3+ [+$385]

         (Handheld Flasher)


    - Send in your ECU to get tuned and then shipped back

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Look no further - ECUPROGRAM, your dream Performance Tuning & Upgrade Shop is here! For more information about our ECU tuning services and how it can benefit your vehicle, don't hesitate to reach out to us.

4527 1 St SE, Calgary, AB T2G 2L2, Canada

(403) 457-3650

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