I'm really tired of this
dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Sat Sep 13 19:39:14 PDT 2008
Agreed, that's what I was "driving" at.
May still be wise to plug in a different working ECU to see the
effect of that before going deeper in that realm.
Otherwise, I'm not long on ideas in this respect, hence my silence to
On Sep 13, 2008, at 2:57 PM, Rbade12 wrote:
> 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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