Re: ECU voltage- Power Steering
Yeah, the switch was brand new.
The car originally was giving low power from the take off point of view, felt sluggish, than what it should be.
No overfuelling or limp home mode, hehe, nothing like my old EA and nothing out of the ordinary, just that I have this code 52 issue.
Though, I thought a switch was an ON/OFF item, not a resistive one. If it was a resistive one, it would be then a sensor or sender unit ?
What has me confused, is that the switch is receiving a 9.8v signal, then when the switch is activated, sends a 9.8v signal to the ECU, but still pops up with code 52 after erasing the codes.
Though, if it was a resistive switch, the ECU wouldn't be getting the 9.8v that was sent to the switch. Possibly around a 6 volt area, depnding on the resitance.
Maybe the wire supplying the power is dodgy, have to check that.
The info I have here, shows the switch (0v off - 12v on). I connected 12v to the wire that went to the ECU (from the switch) and the engine revv'd up.
So i think I have to find the source of power of this 9.8v, the wiring I have shows it's sent from the ECU in the first place, to the switch, then back to the ECU.
This I have to investigate. Maybe the ECU is stuffed...