I made sure that the wires to the ECU and the TCM were connected properly. The car has fuel and the spark plugs are good.
Prior to removing the ECU, there were no error codes. I have a repair manual and it says that a zero code is the sign of a faulty ECU so that is why I replaced it.
After I put the new ECU it was giving me a trouble code that indicated that the ELD was bad. Would this cause it to not start?
I just replaced the distributor rotor because the other one I had was cracked but it still doesn't start.
Thank you so much for answering my question. This car has been giving me problems for near a year and I just want to get it running. It's my first car btw.
Monday, March 22nd, 2010 AT 1:47 PM