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Unread 03-02-2014, 07:16 AM   #31
ZeeJay1997
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Originally Posted by squinty22 View Post
Anyone else have any good ideas.I don`t want to buy a new ecu to find out that was not my problem.The other thing is the ecu I got from the salvage yard has not had the caps done.Do any of you think this would be worth a shot.Thanks again.
if it has never been on vehicle with security, it should work. the security module should activate the no-run feature, then manage security by enabling and disabling it.

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