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Signal from ECU to leading coil

Old 05-23-11, 03:56 PM
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Cheers to you. Good thing you found what was doing the 5vdc in. After a period of time it could have fried the ECU or at least the item in the ECU that creates the 5vdc.

I rekon you'll be trying out the other ECU's to see if they're any good or not. Have a yard sale on ECU's. Two for a c note.
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Old 05-24-11, 07:41 AM
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I do have an extra one now. I actually threw away the first ECU and the second one I gave to somebody to use as parts. They were both N370s. The extra one I have is a N374 that was chipped by the Knightsport chip. I'll have to swap it in and see how it works with my setup. The person I bought it from said it worked great on his T2.

You know what they say "Live and Learn". After all, it is only money.
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