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boofoo

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#21
D15B2 is sufficient.
 

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#23
Great. Do you know how to measure resistance/Ohms with your multimeter? If not, post a pic of your multimeter.
 

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First test:

Turn key OFF.

Unplug ECU connector C (see C453 in diagram).

At pins 1 and 2 in C453 is an Orange wire and a White wire.

Measure resistance between pins C1 and C2 in unplugged C453.

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Dial your multimeter to the circled position.

Then select to measure resistance (horseshoe symbol).

Questions so far?

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Looks good. What's the reading if you touch and hold the red and black probes together?
 

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#31
Perfect!

Do you know where the ECU is in your car? It's where you read the CEL codes. It has three connectors A (C451), B (C452), and C (C453).
 
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The ECU has three connectors A (C451), B (C452), and C (C453). Unplug C453, which has 16 pins. The other two connectors have 18 or 20 pins.

Do you see pins 1 and 2, which are connected to the Orange and White wires?
 

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Is C453 now unplugged?

Do you see pins 1 and 2, which are connected to the Orange and White wires?
 

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Look at the diagram of C453 I posted. Do you see pins 1 and 2? Is there an Orange (1) and White (2) at those positions? Does the connector have 16 pins?

I think you unplugged the 20 pin connector.
 

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I can't see the modifications in your pic.

How long have you owned the car?
 




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