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post #1 of 8 Old 01-17-2008, 09:20 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know if and how you can test the actual ECM with AE?

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Well I guess first things first.....what is an AE or Auto Enginuity, what are trying to do there Mr.Wayne??

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AE is a computer based software (on my laptop) that acts as a diagnostic tool etc... you plug it into your obdII and can log data, check codes, test functions etc...

I want to see if my ECM is pooping out. I have been having some problems with my chip lately. It is not the chip it is the ecm. I can take my chip out and replace and problem solved.

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AE is a computer based software (on my laptop) that acts as a diagnostic tool etc... you plug it into your obdII and can log data, check codes, test functions etc...

I want to see if my ECM is pooping out. I have been having some problems with my chip lately. It is not the chip it is the ecm. I can take my chip out and replace and problem solved.
Ahhh....I see now grasshoppa......well I guess we shall for a tech to come along, because even if you hooked it up to the truck I guess you would need to know what to look for or where to even begin....so here's a

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...to the top

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Not sure but you could look through the forums here AutoEnginuity - ITP Product Forums Here is some good info also for other tests All Available Documents

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Don't quote me, but I don't think AE will let you know something is wrong with the computer directly, you'll have to digest on information that it can give you that seems out of place.

Unless the "U" codes verify a signal issue to sensors as part of a problem, I think you're out of luck if you're trying to diagnose something internally wrong with the ECU.
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