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Fried Drivers for injector #1 on P72 ecu. Any fixes?

Old 05-28-2005, 01:39 PM
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Default Fried Drivers for injector #1 on P72 ecu. Any fixes?

Hey HMT,
Well I happened to incorrectly hook up Injector #1 on my resistor box installation which caused there to be no resistance and too much voltage going into that injector and fried the driver on the p72 board. Everything else has been tested and is wired correctly and works correctly. I tried a P28 and fires up so that tells me that its strictly a problem with the driver on the P72.

So my question is:
1. is there anyway to fix the driver on the board (by solder)
2. or can I just tap into the power coming from injector #2 with a separate resistor from radioshack and wire it into injector #1. Since all that is wrong with injector #1 is that there is no power going to it.

Thanks in advance
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Old 05-30-2005, 02:00 AM
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Default Re: Fried Drivers for injector #1 on P72 ecu. Any fixes?

I think your ecu is hosed, or else there wouldn't be such an emphasis on "wire in the resistor pack or you'll fry your ecu".

Also I have never heard of anyone repairing damage like this, but hey, there is a first time for everything, right?
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