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    Question Cultus 2008 ECU Board

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    I need to repair an ECU whose circuit board got damage. Only some tracks on the board are damaged which are difficult to trace. I checked from the market and one person asked 10k for this repair job as their formula is 1/3 the price of ECU. Therefore I need pics of this specific area: top+bottom sides of ECU (preferably high resolution ) to reconnect the damaged tracks/points. Your help in this regard will be appreciated. Thank you.
    top side:
    Cultus 2008 ECU Board -1695291 bottom side: Cultus 2008 ECU Board -1695292

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    buy a working unit from scrapyard. ECU repairs are never reliable. by all means you will be needing a new unit, even if the repaired one work for few kms. @syncview @ecudesigner
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    Quote Originally Posted by capsat View Post
    buy a working unit from scrapyard. ECU repairs are never reliable. by all means you will be needing a new unit, even if the repaired one work for few kms. @syncview @ecudesigner
    It's difficult to find one for cultus efi


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    The burn shows that it's due to some fault, so repairing track will not work there must be some component blown too. So is gree with @capsat

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    Thank you all for your kind replies. I will appreciate if someone can upload snapshots of ECU.

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    problem with blown ic's and burnt traces is that there is definitely a domino effect that lead to a horrible short, most of the time it is the +12v input as the components heats up the resistence on these traces is also increased, even if you repair the shorted part there is a high chance the rest of the kit does not holds correct resistance values.

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