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PM6 problems????

Old 04-22-2004, 01:48 AM
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Ok, i'm slowly working my way up to boost. I originally planned on using TE on my 90 PM6. But i started throwing a cel with the PG7 i'm currently running, and decided that for the hell of it, to through in the PM6 and see if it did the same CEL. Well, needless to say, it didn't throw the original code 8 that the PG7 was tossing, but for some odd reason, the PM6 keeps tossing up a code 4. Now i know for a fact that there is no problem with the dizzy in regards to the code 4 (car wouldn't rev above 3k if there was), could this mean that my PM6 is fried? And if so, is there anyway possible to salvage it to still use TE?
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Old 04-22-2004, 09:44 PM
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Anybody please? Jason...I'm beggin you man! J/K
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Old 04-23-2004, 05:01 PM
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I doubt the ECU is fried...

As for the code 4? ..I dunno. Check wiring. Make sure a pin isn't bent on the ECU.. yada yada yada..


You should still be able to run TE.
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