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Old 04-01-2007, 12:09 AM
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Old 04-01-2007, 12:16 AM
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It's called ESD...Electro-Static-Discharge. Congratulations...you just fucked your ecu. I've gotten into the habit of wearing ground strap wristbands whenever I do any electronics work (especially since the DOD and DOA is pretty strict when it concerns their electronic equipment lol)
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Old 04-01-2007, 01:20 AM
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Originally Posted by slo_crx1
It's called ESD...Electro-Static-Discharge. Congratulations...you just fucked your ecu. I've gotten into the habit of wearing ground strap wristbands whenever I do any electronics work (especially since the DOD and DOA is pretty strict when it concerns their electronic equipment lol)
i have chipped like a 100 ECUs and have never done that...
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i have chipped like a 100 ECUs and have never done that...
All depends on if your body builds up a static charge. I climbed into my car today, reached over to pop my eprom out of the zif socket and brushed past my shift ****...zap. Glad it happened before I touched the ecu...so now I try to touch something metal on the car while I pull the chip. Do a search on ESD...it's a ****.
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If it works as a P06 with the jumper cut, then as a last resort just unsolder what you soldered in originally and install a new HC chip.

I always touch the chassis before touching the board, just in case.
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Yeah that's what I was thinking the only thing left could be the HC helper chip. There's no real way to check continuity for that, and everything else checked out (caps, resistors, rom socket). I'll go try another HC chip, but even so it seems a little weird how the ecu can be fine and dandy with J1 cut but a total fuckbag with it reattached.

There's no limp mode, there's no loss of power, there's just a ------- cel that I'm sick of looking at.

Thanks bone, you're a great help as always.
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Old 04-01-2007, 08:15 AM
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Well I switched out HC chips and I've had no luck. What's really bothering me is the SRS light blinking with the service conn jumper in. When I don't have the jumper in the SRS light turns off after 6 or so seconds like it should. I guess I'm driving with a CEL on for a while till I get an ecu.
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cutting j1 gets rid of all the work you just did so thats your problem from a logic point of view. If the use was taotally dead it wouldnt even start or throw the solid cel of hell
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