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    Ecu repair

    Can an Ecu be repaired, namely an A9L...long story short ,I tried to hook up my 2step to the clutch switch and think I fried something in the Ecu..car has spark and fuel but wont start,injectors are not firing, opened up the Ecu and found 1 burnt spot..If they can be fixed ,where? Or am I out of luck and need a new one?..Thanks...

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    They definitely can, but I am not sure where it would need to be sent.

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    The bare board can be repaired but several components are toast as well. Easier to get a new board. The cost to troubleshoot and repair the board (if you can find a guy) will cost you almost as much as buying one especially if the ECU is older.

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    If you don't know a guy who knows a guy that can do it for cheap.
    Better buying a used one. ECU repairs cost almost as much as buying a used one sometimes, even more, depending on the cost of components.
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    I ended up buying one that was never opened ,put my chip in it and car runs even better than before or it's all in my head lol anyway Thanks for your replies.

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