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    someone has blown the ecu 30BB

    my story now you believe what they want

    As you know I am a fan forever bms despite problems with Mr. terry

    my car always worked well until my upgrade to JB4 g5 g5 sent back to the mike and mike terry sent her to oversee all good

    after a long wait I get my g5 and bms cobb ...


    After mounting the cobb g5 and the car ran perfect 3 day ran like a rocket


    but to 4 day the car had enough and left a lot of codes
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    That's very unfortunate, however I doubt the JB had anything to do with it. It's a pretty well documented issue of DME failures that fall within a certain build date.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rader1 Click here to enlarge
    That's very unfortunate, however I doubt the JB had anything to do with it. It's a pretty well documented issue of DME failures that fall within a certain build date.
    my dme car msd80 20-11-2007

    I would not say it is because of jb or cobb


    I just explained what happened if someone had the same problem?
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    It's a common problem unrelated to tuning as I told that customer. He needs to replace the DME transistor or replace the DME and move on with his life. Click here to enlarge
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    I was on g5 and I fried my DME. It was because of the DME being part of the faulty batch though and nothing tuning related. Hope it works out well for you. Btw you should still be under warranty under the emissions act or whatever the hell it is. De-mod and bring that $#@! in.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    It's a common problem unrelated to tuning as I told that customer. He needs to replace the DME transistor or replace the DME and move on with his life. Click here to enlarge
    terry liar not please Click here to enlarge


    I sent an email to you with pictures of problem and you do not answer me


    mike instead, if I answer all my emails and I am very grateful to your help
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    Had the same thing happen to me, its faulty diodes in the injector transistors (known issue). It's an easy fix, check for a short between the drain and source (multimeter continuity test). Replace that transistor, your coil will probably be fried to, replace that as well and enjoy your car. I had 1 and 3 $#@! the bed on me, dealership was worthless so I fixed it myself (85 cents for the transistor).

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by carcars Click here to enlarge
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    I sent an email to you with pictures of problem and you do not answer me


    mike instead, if I answer all my emails and I am very grateful to your help
    Right, any email you personally send to me is forwarded to Mike@n54tuning, your dealer. I assumed you were talking about some other European ESL guy who has been emailing me about a 30BB code. Anyway, common problem, easy fix. Find the DIY and start soldering.
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    Common issue with msd80. Well documented in TSB. Dealer will start with coils first. Next, dme replacement. And may replace coils, as well. DME should be covered by emission standards if you're within federal or state warranty period. My dme went and I was running a different tune.

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    I read it.
    In your case, replace 3 MOSFETs. Seems like an easy fix to a serious problem.
    You need to order (at least 3, looking at your error codes) IRF644S in SMD 220 package. The TO220 version does not fit the DME housing.
    Let's hope these shorts did not take out some of the coils. But fix the DME first.
    Normally MOSFETs short to ground so the coils probably will be fine.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    I read it.
    In your case, replace 3 MOSFETs. Seems like an easy fix to a serious problem.
    You need to order (at least 3, looking at your error codes) IRF644S in SMD 220 package. The TO220 version does not fit the DME housing.
    Let's hope these shorts did not take out some of the coils. But fix the DME first.
    Normally MOSFETs short to ground so the coils probably will be fine.
    Better perhaps because my dealer will take care of everything in my car

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