well instead of fusible link wire all I could find was inline fuses with 12 gauge wire so I installed these in place of the fusible links... 4 total I beleive with 30 blade fuses in each. I know this was the wrong way to do it but I couldnt risk blowing my new ECU. Do you think 30's are too high? Could this be making false readings in the PCM for the sensors? All I know is that before the issues arose it idled fine. It was like pegged at 3,500 once the engine warmed up and nothing except pressing the gas pedal or opening the throttle. I think its electrical bc that would be a giant intake leak to idle that high.
When I installed the ECU, I disconnected the negative battery terminal. That was it. Should I reset it again or what should I do? I need to drive my car home from work tomorrow so I need to get this sorted out.
Thanks in advance guys!
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