[DML] Re: Idle problem !
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[DML] Re: Idle problem !

Hey Lars,

if it won't respond to the ignition signal - why would it reduce
speed after 5-7 seconds ?

Fixing the ECU takes less than an hour. (if it is broken)
Developing a new one takes weeks until it works satisfying !

If you need assistance to fix it - let me know.
I can fix them for cheap if you want.

Elvis & 6548

> > Hi !
> > I've got a problem with my D , it start ok but the first 5-7 
> > its  revs up to 2000-2500 rpm then it goes down to about 800 rpm.
> > I have checked (everything) ;-) . So if you have any idea I'll be 
> > grateful. / Lars
> >
> Thanks for your suggestions  but it turned out to be the ECU that's 
> faulty. I begun to testing it and it does not respond to the timing 
> signal from the ignition coil. So now I'm into develeoping a new 
> based on a microchip . I'll post a message if it turns out well.
> Lars Oscarsson 
> Sweden

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