Re: FYI Using Second Hand ECU's
It may just be mine that is effected. I am learning very quickly that mine is full of one-offs and bodges. The clutch was a sod to fit The ECU part number is not recognised by Alfa and a simple thing like a oil change last weekend has had the thing off the road all week. I knew the sump plug had been re-tapped before because I have the invoice from the garage who did it but what I did'nt know is they did it so poorly that it broke all the threads on the way in. My lifesaver Dad can fix it. He even knows someone hoe can make a bespoke bolt to go in it. The oil was like treacle as well, Not nice. I will I promise get around to tuning the thing one of these days but if current form persists I can see it comming of the road and having a breaker parked next to it all the bits that break during the stripdown will be replaced on the way back up. At least I will know its all perfect that way. Bringing myself back from a tangent Blue Line Taxi's in Newastle (yes your read it write) sorted the old one for me and didn't charge the earth either. According to him it should have worked but there is another link in the chain but wouldnt say what. Does anyone know how to fix a sticky Drivers leccy window. I think it might be the switch because it clicks like a clock for 30 seconds while I oust it upwards. Down is fine (sods law), is it the switch or something more sinister and expensive.