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ECU going nuts or is it something else?

Old 01-08-2006, 03:16 AM
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Default ECU going nuts or is it something else?

I was driving the other night and out of no where I was boosting stock. I was freaking out all pissed off driving around hitting 8 psi over and over. I went to my buddies for about an hour. When I got back into my car to leave I was boosting 15 again. So i thought maybe car was just being a goofball and everything was better. About 30 mins later I go back to stock again. Then about 20 minutes later I was in limp mode. No CEL or any other indicator lights, just 5 psi. I pulled over and turned off my car, when I turned it back on I was back to 15psi. I called my APR dealership today and he said that he thought I had a boost leak or it was my DV. I hate to say this but I think he might have been wrong. What are the odds that when I had a leak I boosted exactly stock and limp levels. Does anyone have a clue whats going on and what I should do about it. Why the limp mode? Why the stock mode? Should I call APR themselves about this?
Old 01-08-2006, 04:07 AM
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sounds like a boost leak man, check your lines....
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