This model has the following controls on the door:
+------+ | | | 188 | | | O O O O +------+ +-----++-----++-----++-----++-----+ | || || || || | |delay|| auto|| eco ||quick||pre- | | || || || ||rinse| +-----++-----++-----++-----++-----+
"188" is the LED that shows the remaining time or the delay in hours; "O" marks the red LEDs to indicate the programme selected; and the remaining boxes are the buttons.
Previously, each button (other than delay) would select a programme and deselect anything else (so there's always exactly one red LED when it's set to run). The auto, eco, quick, & pre-rinse programmes took around 130, 140, 40, & 20 minutes (respectively) to run.
Since I replaced the control module, "quick" and "eco" are both taking about 2 hours, "pre-rinse" comes up with "27" on the display (but I haven't tried letting it run to see what it does), and the "auto" button toggles its LED without switching the other programme off (I haven't tried letting it run this way to see what happens). The delay timer works normally. In summary, the controller is behaving as if the dishwasher had a different set of options from the labels on the buttons. The "combination" functions for resetting a running programme, toggling intensive drying, and adjusting the water softener setting all work properly, using the same button combinations as before.
The part number on the box (SET-489607) is the right one for a large number of Bosch models including mine (SGS4468GB/35); I didn't have any trouble swapping the module in; and there aren't any plugs or sockets left over. I also opened the door back up and double-checked that all the plugs were properly plugged in and matched the digital photo I'd taken before taking the old module out (although I don't think they can be plugged in out of order anyway). The shop I ordered the part from (which also does repairs) said there isn't any procedure to set the module for a specific module.