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Old 01-13-2013, 05:37 PM
huntsg huntsg is offline
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Default Powerlogger Install - help!

After opening the ECM and removing the shell, the Powerlogger install directions say to separate the two circuit boards by removing the screws holding them together. I need some more help with this please. In my ECM it appears the two boards are connected on one side by two ribbon connectors with the pins of those connectors soldered into the boards. It does not appear these boards can be separated. Is that correct? If so, what should I do?Thanks.
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