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major ecu trouble , HELP,,, lol,,,, burnt it up

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by eg95, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. eg95

    eg95 New Member

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    chipped obd1 p06 to run b16b ,,,motor is obd2a ,,, 5speed ecu in 95 civic ex with ex wiring harness


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    this is the back board if you directly above the 3rd screw you can see where it burned up,, here are some other pics

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    below are the back of the pin solders,, the trouble pin is a20 . its for the evap purge control valve.

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    this is the front of the board anyone know what this part of the board does? its q31 spot. this is the module on the board that burned up..

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    anyone know what this plug is for?
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  2. luky1380

    luky1380 New Member

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    just get new 1
     
  3. eg95

    eg95 New Member

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    i am but i gotta find out why this one burned up,,,any thoughts? the trouble pin is the 4th one bottom row counting from right to left in the a module

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  4. Briansol

    Briansol Admins Admin VIP

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    If the wiring on the car is fine, the odds are that the socket job was done poorly or incorrect, and something shorted out. Did it EVER run the car, or just fry immediately?
     
  5. eg95

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    I figured it out lol my dumb ass mixed up the plugs and shot straight batt power to the ecu , toasting the voltage regulators, guess u live and learn... Anyone gotta virgin p28 or p06?
     
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