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Old 08-26-2015, 04:23 PM   #1
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ECU replacement

So I have an 85 300zx turbo 5 speed. The ECU recently got wet while being out of its spot on the wall and laying on the floor since I have been checking codes. Water from rain left it completely wet and now the car doesn't start. If I go to replace the ECU is there anything specific I need to do other than just plugging the wiring clips in?
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Re: ECU replacement

will want to dry out where it bolts on well. if you can't find one on e-bay you should be able to find one on car-part.com mostly need to match the number to make sure its the right one. you can also take yours apart and try to dry it out
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