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View Poll Results: Auto Elec does all the work.. Or ECU & Loom gets installed and tuned @ workshop?

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Old 22-07-07, 13:30   #1
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Opinions needed- Auto Elec work

Heya there guys and gals.. Just thought id quickly post up here for some opinions.. Im in the midst of purchasing a new microtech and loom for my car and in the recent past i had to buy a new MIKEM fuserail and needed some electrical work done asap.. So ive already teed it up and have got a professional coming out to my home at a cost of $110 for the 1st half hour then $110 every hour after to do the repairs. Now this is where i need some help.. Should i get this auto elec bloke to take extra time to install the microtech and loom as well as everything else?? Or should i just let him fix up all the fuserail (and a bit of interior loom attention) and take the ecu & loom to a workshop.. Knowing that itd have to be tuned regardless?

Cheers for any of your help.. Just need your opinions.

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Old 22-07-07, 16:50   #2
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Hi Shaun,
Elect problems are often pretty minor but appear complex at first, you can do
the fuserail install yourself and save money and that sometimes fixes minor
issues. I'm happy to give a bit more advice if you can let me know more
detail as to what your problems are and deal with them one at a time...
It might save some money overall and you get more acquainted with your car.
Later on getting your new loom in place would be cheaper at a workshop but
even then you can do that yourself, its not as hard as most "professionals"
suggest,
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Old 22-07-07, 17:45   #3
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Hi Shaun,
Elect problems are often pretty minor but appear complex at first, you can do
the fuserail install yourself and save money and that sometimes fixes minor
issues. I'm happy to give a bit more advice if you can let me know more
detail as to what your problems are and deal with them one at a time...
It might save some money overall and you get more acquainted with your car.
Later on getting your new loom in place would be cheaper at a workshop but
even then you can do that yourself, its not as hard as most "professionals"
suggest,
Gday mike, ill send you a pm in the upcomming days explaining what i think is wrong with everything electrical at the moment. Im sure i could do it myself but the fear alone in fudging everything else up keeps me from doing so.. Thanks for your help.. Ps the Fuserail is quite nice indeed. quality product
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