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Old 01-19-2009, 12:59 AM
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Could be nice a Write-up of how to repair a burned honda ecu, caused by overheat the board when do the desoldering job in ecu chipping process.

Yes i know i am a noob chipping my ecus but i think are a common problem too.
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Old 01-19-2009, 01:28 AM
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burning of something is a chemical process which is undoable. Burned parts will need be replaced.
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burning of something is a chemical process which is undoable. Burned parts will need be replaced.
Just canīt follow the burned board line and jump it with a wire or something
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Just canīt follow the burned board line and jump it with a wire or something
I did the thing with wires, but it was because I did a bad unsoldure and cut printed circuit. Still rocking this ECU without problem.

If you see where it is burned, just jump it with a wire like you said. If a component is burned, change it...

Knowing what cause it to burn can help to avoid future ECU problem too...
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Old 01-19-2009, 01:54 AM
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Did you see the new sticky about repair OBD1 ecu?
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do you know what layered pcb means?

no.

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do you know what layered pcb means?

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These are only 2 layer PCBs. They are easily repaired.





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These are only 2 layer PCBs. They are easily repaired.






----. i was hoping they weren't.

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I've followed the broken line and used a wire to fix it before.

I'm no soldering pro but if you're burning ---- you're most likely not using enough heat. You shouldnt need more than a second or two or three to do a single solder/desolder.
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I won't cover that. Compare to a known good ECU, jumper wire.
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