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fault codes 10 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 108
can anybody tell me how to get the fault codes from a blitz access ecu. (done the normal way and nothing)rev2 tubby
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Re:fault codes 10 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 314
No first hand experience on that one, but I did find the ECU pin outs here if that's any use...

There's also other forums (Supra etc) that suggest that the standard procedure is used. One guy had the same problem but it was just that his light bulb had failed..

Others might have more useful info though..
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Re:fault codes 10 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 12
Procedure should be identical to a stock ECU. Like Geoff mentioned check the buld when you turn the key on, it should illuminate for a sec.

If it turns on, and still no codes with TE1 and E1 shorted, then make sure the pins in the check connector have not been shoved too deep for your jumper wire to make a good connection.

Alternately, you can earth (ground) the TE1 pin right on the ECU if you suspect a wiring issue. If all that fails, connect an instrument cluster bulb directly to the warning light pin at the ECU, and provide power to the other side.
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