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Old 7-18-09, 4:36   #16 (permalink)
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I would guess at this point in time, you have a faulty ECU. the issue with you not being able to put it in test mode and time the engine points to it, you can throw the je50 on the car with the std ecu, you just will not be able to drive it, i'm sure it will turn over and you will find you can still put the ecu in test mode.

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I would guess at this point in time, you have a faulty ECU. the issue with you not being able to put it in test mode and time the engine points to it, you can throw the je50 on the car with the std ecu, you just will not be able to drive it, i'm sure it will turn over and you will find you can still put the ecu in test mode.
It's funny you say that....I tried doing just that. I put the KL85 ecu back in and didn't change the JE50 on purpose, just to see what would happen. It just dies out right, which is normal from what I hear.

If it truely is a faulty ECU, that's excellent as I can just buy a new ecu and je50.....however if it is a wiring issue, i'll be back to square one. I just really hope it's a crappy ECU, lol

Thanks for the help you've given thus far Oddball, you've been more than helpful sir!

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your welcome, hope you find one to 'try' before you buy

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Have the exact same problem

I have the exact same problem except mine is stuck on 15 degrees out

i ended up having a short in the ignition system on my O2 sensors and on the wires to the alternator
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