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Re: ur-Q Mac02 ECU Schematic: New Availabilty
On Wed, 5 May 1999, Joseph Rae wrote:
> well I do own an Urq I just don't have it yet, it is on a truck in San
> Fan.... it is an 82 sold as an 83 what does it have?
Yeah, mine was built in March 82, sold as an 83... yes, it has
the MAC02 ECU. The next requirement for this schematic to be of
any use to you is that you have *some* kind of background in
electronics (hobbyist or professional). Lacking that background,
you'll be better off leaving the engine management customization
to a commercial firm like Ned Ritchie's Intended Acceleration
(no affiliation, etc).
Finally, if you have the electronics background but never got
involved with software, then you still might have little use
for the schematic. It might, however, be of some use if your
ECU ever develops a problem. I had to repair one of my MAC11b
ECUs last year, and didn't have a schematic, which would have
helped. Thanks to Orin Eman and other qlisters, I got that
ECU fixed without benefit of the schematic.
hth explain the wheretofores... -doug q
-Douglas Hurst Quebbeman (email@example.com) [Call me "Doug"]
74 100LS Auto, 77 100LS Auto, 84 Coupe GT, 86 5Kcstq
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