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WTB: P72 OBD I

Discussion in 'Parts: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by Slammed90Lude, Jan 28, 2004.

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    Slammed90Lude Senior Member

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    yeah i know this is gonna be crazy expensive, but i'm bidding on one on ebay and the dude's reserve is 220 plus shipping- just wanted to see if anyone on here could do any better- i didn't really wanna spend that much money on an ECU so help me out guys
     
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    i got one but its throwing code 41 because i fried a circut. so now it doesnt warm up the o2 sensor. it still works but i think it runs rich when the o2 is cold when you first start it up. otherwise its cool.
     
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    what do ya want for it? althought i would prefer a MINT ecu
     
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    150?? it works it just uses the exhaust to heat up the o2 instead of the internal heater.
     
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    shipped? cause if so let me finish this auction out and see if i win (which i'm sure I won't) and as long I don't pick that one up i'll gets yours- obviously i would pick yours up right now, but unfortunately since i'm legally binded to the other one, i HAVE to buy it, should i win
     
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    where do you live?? im in nothern cali and i dont know how much shipping is ive never really sold anything before.
     
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    i'm in milford, PA 18337- i shipped a P28 to minnesota for about 12 bucks insured- so ya have an idea


    and btw how did you fry a circuit
     
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    i gat one i will let it go for 200 + shipping
     
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    i had this straight pipe in my car and my o2 sensor poped out and it was dangling around when i was driving. so i pulled over and i tried to unclip it but i couldnt and it i pulled really hard and the wires that i spliced together came apart and the touched eachother.
     
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    oh well that makes sense- ok i was just wondering...i bet i could fix it too- but you said it just runs rich at idle cause there is no power to the sensor to heat it up? but once it's up to temp it runs fine
     
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    yeah
    hey how do you fix it?? cuz id rather fix it then buy a new one

    sorry for backing out
     
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    haha it's ok- well if you get a schematic i image you could find the relay or whatever component you fried- then buy a new one and solder it in-
     
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    cool thanks. i tried to fix it before but i just folowed the pins into the ecu then folowed the circuts around but i couldnt find anything burnt but now i guess it doesnt work that way
     
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    might not be visible- need to put a meter on the component that the schematic says controls the o2 sensor warm up-
     
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