I'm really tired of this

Rbade12 rbade12 at aol.com
Sat Sep 13 14:57:29 PDT 2008

The way I see it, if removing and replacing the fuse creates the same deal that eliminates the connection/harness as the culprit and points again to the ECU or primarily the evil chip. I think the chip is the weak link!

Bob  91 200q20v       

In a message dated 09/13/08 12:54:38 Central Daylight Time, dbpulvino at hotmail.com writes:
If upon unplugging and plugging in the connector it started right up,   
what makes you think it's not a flakey connection somewhere in that   
harness/interface?  If you think killing power makes it better, I   
wonder if removing and replacing the fuse to the ECU would give the   
same result. 

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