Question about 1997 Volkswagen Golf
A resistor was found burnt & replaced thereby the car was ok.After about a week the ECU seized again.This time no fault, but whenever the ECU is disconnected for about a day or so & it is returned & tried the car will start & run some few miles before it will seize again.
Please what are the likely cause of this problem as i couldn't get a replacement.
My car is a Volkswagen golf GTi,1993 model with the ECU part #0 261 203 266 & #0 37906 024D.
The ECU is a Direct Link to the Onboard Computer. You may need to get the Computer Replaced or at Least have a Mechanic run a Diagnostics Check on it. The reason it is acting this way is Because you are just Clearing the Trouble Codes by removing the ECU for a while. It is still sending a Fatal Error after Driven for a While.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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