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Old 04-11-2009, 07:08 AM   #21
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While this is possible the ECU could be damaged, I find it highly unlikely.
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Thanks, again. I swapped out the injectors and its running great. I'm glad to hear about the ECU. I searched online and everyone said the ECU shouldn't be damaged. My car idles normally again and is driving fine. Thanks for quick responses.
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Good to hear... She's ready for the next 100,000 miles...
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