Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2012 11:53:18 -0800
Reply-To: neil n <musomuso@GMAIL.COM>
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From: neil n <musomuso@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: WAS: Starter Motor... Failure: NOW: 50 Circuit Weirdness. ECU
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Thanks for clarification of what the #1 wire to ECU does. Thinking
now, I see what you mean. Like I was able to bump start the van w/o
energizing that wire......
Ya I doubt it's the ECU. Bought it from Ben (Benplace.com). He
wouldn't send a faulty part. And as you suggest, very unlikely the ECU
is shorting things out. I pulled T2m as per Marks suggestion. Starter
still won't turn but the ! light still comes on (brake off)
I replied to Marks post.
On Sat, Dec 15, 2012 at 11:48 AM, Scott Daniel - Turbovans
> yeah, see Mark's post -
> For sure, try your other ecu back in.
> And ....that 'start signal' to the ECU does not 'energize the ecu' ..
> it's a signal to let the ecu know we're in starting mode - so the ecu will
> hold the injectors open longer sorta thing.
> it can start without that signal, just with more difficulty.
> As for the ecu sucking away power from that circuit ..I suppose that's
> possible but I sure have never heard of anything like that.
> On 12/14/2012 11:33 PM, neil n wrote:
> "Could there be a short in the ECU or elsewhere in the 50 circuit that
> is causing the 50 circuit to short thus causing the starter not to
> engage or turn?"
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