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How much?
More than you can afford pal...... Ferrari!! lol

all jokes aside tho, I really want to get this unit running again. I’m not a person that likes to give up on projects because it can be something simple or it can be more complicated. if down the road I’ll still having issues that might be a option but for now I’d like to fix it before selling it. I’ll be sure to keep you in the loop tho!
 

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Well, like I mentioned, worse comes to worse, you might have to bite the bullet and take it to a dealer. And it won't be cheap, that's for sure!
Yea no one likes the word dealer! Lol already sounds expensive. Anyone know of any specialist down here in south Florida besides a dealer?
 

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Get a manual and check the damn resistance and continuity of every wire!!! Rule things out and it will point you to the issue. The book has a complete wiring diagram down to colors of wires and what the resistance it from ecu to plug
 

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Get a manual and check the damn resistance and continuity of every wire!!! Rule things out and it will point you to the issue. The book has a complete wiring diagram down to colors of wires and what the resistance it from ecu to plug
Thank you sir will do!
 

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this is the black box I was talking about.. looks rough but I am getting 12v power thru those and continuity
 

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Holy Hell! Swamped? Looks like it was under water for quite awhile, IMO.
 

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Oh for fawk sakes, if a guy was serious about fixing a non operational vehicle with electrical issues the first thing he should do is clean the fawk out of it. How in the heck do you even know what is what with all that mess?

you come on her asking for help and say you are fairly qualified but work like a pig in slop.

Jesus frog snacks clean your work area!!!
 

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Oh for fawk sakes, if a guy was serious about fixing a non operational vehicle with electrical issues the first thing he should do is clean the fawk out of it. How in the heck do you even know what is what with all that mess?

you come on her asking for help and say you are fairly qualified but work like a pig in slop.

Jesus frog snacks clean your work area!!!
Oh for fawk sakes, if a guy was serious about fixing a non operational vehicle with electrical issues the first thing he should do is clean the fawk out of it. How in the heck do you even know what is what with all that mess?

you come on her asking for help and say you are fairly qualified but work like a pig in slop.

Jesus frog snacks clean your work area!!!
I’m not a pavement princess!! doesn’t have to be look pretty for it to work like I said it’s getting power so aside from the cosmetic comments if you happen to know what that box is with the dots maybe I’ll clean it up for you so you can feel better👍🏼
 

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Oh for fawk sakes, if a guy was serious about fixing a non operational vehicle with electrical issues the first thing he should do is clean the fawk out of it. How in the heck do you even know what is what with all that mess?

you come on her asking for help and say you are fairly qualified but work like a pig in slop.

Jesus frog snacks clean your work area!!!

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this is the black box I was talking about.. looks rough but I am getting 12v power thru those and continuity
Yikes oh mighty........Seriously looks like this was under the "swamp" for a long time and or many times.

I have to agree...... This should be taken apart piece by piece and cleaned, you can check and test as you go.
I would consider a donor car that has a good electrical system you can transplant. I would be surprised if this would ever be reliable even if you were to get it running. I can't imagine what all the other connections, gauge panels etc. are like. Then we have all the engine/drivetrain components when crap got in the intake, breathers etc......on and on.

More I think about it if you were to keep it I would disassemble the whole car and drivetrain entirely..... hours, weeks, months of work!
 

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Well boys I fixed it thanks to the ones that helped and gave me the confidence and the ones who just like to comment about my qualifications thanks as well
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