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P61 gsr ecu

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by 1sikef, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. 1sikef

    1sikef New Member

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    ok i have a crx converted to obd1 with a b17a1 da GSR, and a matching p61. ever since ive had the swap and ecu, my cars been throwing code 41. oxygen heater and ive tryed new o2 sensors, so i tested the o2 wires and its getting little to no voltage coming out of the ecu, so i took the cover off and i found this peice laying in there so i soldered the piece back in and it keeps blowing a fuse in the engine bay and wont start but when i take it out it starts just throw code is there i certain direction this piece has to go in, i have a pic of the piece, is this piece even the problem for the o2?

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    take it to your local tuner and just have them turn off your o2 lol thats what i did and i didnt even have that problem i only had 1 o2 and i was supposed to have 2 on my b16 lol.. oh btw dont ever get rid of that ecu it is hella rare
     
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    I know i dont want to chip this computer, i have an 1st gen gsr motor and computer, and i only calls for 1 o2 and i have 1. im just wondering if that piece has anything to do with it, or so what direction does it go in, because i put it in once and everytime i tried starting it it blew fuse and wont start.
     
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    send it to xenocron tuning..they will fix whatever is wrong with it and send it back for a small fee
     
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    that looks like a diode. they are directional. i have never seen or done this on a ecu but its the same in heavy machinery. if there is not a arrow then try both ways. can also use a continuity tester to make sure its not blown
     
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