01-02-2011, 10:38 PM
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The ECM controls EVERYTHING. But if it's been to the dealer, that's one of the first things they should have checked. I don't know of any decent mechanic that doesn't have a box lying about to plug in to a dead vehicle. Same with the fuel pump relay and crank angle sensor. All modern vehicles start at the pickup coil, to the ECM, to the ignition coil, plug wires and on to the plugs.
I thought the ECM had been replaced?
If it's not the ECM, Crank angle sensor, ignition switch or coil then it's gotta be the wiring in between. I doubt all the plug wires and coils quit at the same time, so it's gotta be wiring or grounds.
So Triumph gave up? Thats weird.
What did they say? "can't fix it, come pick it up"?