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  1. freddie royal

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    When accelerating very hard with the RPMs around 6000 I get ECU failure visit dealer. Once I back down off of it to around 3,000 RPMs the ECU failure light goes off in about 30 seconds. Anyone had a similar issue. Also at the 6000 RPMs it feels like the car is missing.
     
  2. Qavion

    Qavion F1 Rookie

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    2010 California?

    Do you have an OBD2 reader?
     
  3. freddie royal

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    No I dont. Also the code goes away after 30 seconds
     
  4. RedNeck

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    With that excellent explanation of the problem and the abundance of information given, I'd say your best bet is to take the car's advice and visit dealer :rolleyes:.
     
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  5. freddie royal

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  6. Reid

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    The engine light goes away but the code does not go away the code changes state it will now be a stored code rather than an active code. The dealer will be able to read it.
     
  7. freddie royal

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    Ok thank you very much
     

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