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    Not a noob but just did a super Noob thing...

    I'm Not a noob but just did a super Noob thing...

    That's right boys and girls I just fried my dam ecu by hooking up the battery incorrectly.

    Has anyone here taken the ecu apart, then soaked the potting material around the ecu to remove all that gummy stuff to make repairs, I am thinking a diode is fried in the ecu from the voltage spike.

    This really should be an easy fix and not a Stealership visit, although I think they would still be NEEDED because of B.U.D.S. ......


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    Look at the brite side........oh, wait? Hmm. Good luck!

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    Sure its not a fuse?

    Otherwise best bet is just to find a used ECU, can get them between $100 and $250

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    Checked all fuses and they turned out all fine...

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    Send me a PM if you are interested in a used Riva Pro-Series ECU (8650rpm limiter), with about 5 hours on it.

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    Just do it. You are most likely correct.
    You have nothing to loose. It's fried as you say, what other damage can you do!

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