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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-28-05, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
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ECU vs Manual Conversion

Hey...i wanna put a Manual in my EL Falcon Futra, do i need to do anything with my computer or will it all be compatable??? Any1 no???

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Re: ECU vs Manual Conversion

it has been covered heaps of time before - you need to put resistors between certain sensors on the ECU, searh in the ECU, Auto or I6 forums - heaps of threads covering it
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if you want to but an ecu mpi 5 speed computer $200 let me know i hvae one has smart lock
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Re: ECU vs Manual Conversion

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it has been covered heaps of time before - you need to put resistors between certain sensors on the ECU, searh in the ECU, Auto or I6 forums - heaps of threads covering it
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