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filarnski
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  #1 Old 15-11-2005 Default ECU Programming

halo people..

i wonder if somebody can help me with my project (EE masters needed!! 8O).. really need a tutor on this one.. constructive conversations might be helpful as well..

how do u read Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) from an engine?
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Maxforce
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  #2 Old 15-11-2005 Default

suggest maybe u could post this question in
www.zerotohundred.com
there are lotsa sifus there that could help you.

Mod and admins, if you re unhappy with this post in anyway, just delete it. (No idea if could place link to other forums)
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  #3 Old 15-11-2005 Default

thanx for the suggestion brother. i posted 1 already. however i'm having some difficulties on what language should the program being based on. care to help?
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  #4 Old 15-11-2005 Default

it is an english based forum actually
if u wan a BM based auto forum, try
www.terato.com
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