Well my bike is at the dealer and now they say they cant replicate the D1, D2, N, R flashing problem. Its bullsh*t because i made it happen when i dropped it off. What can i do so they notice the problem? Should i ask them to run the trouble codes?
It's fairly easy .. It's easier if there's 2 people ... We just unbolt the 4 rear rack bolts ,then 1 person raise the rear rack & rear fenders ...The ECM is mounted in a rubber boot on top of the trunk ..
At our shop if we change an ECM and that doesn't fix the bike we remove the ECM and you don't pay for it .. Electrical parts is the only parts that we will not re-fund on..
Let us know what the charge you .. It's a 5-10 min. job with 2 people .. About 30 min. for 1 person cause you have to gear up tie-down straps or something to hold the rack & fenders up enough to get your hands in to get the ECM out & wire couplers unplugged ..
My brother had to replace his ECM last winter on his Rubicon .. He was using it to plow and it had no power & wouldn't shift just went into limp mode .. I tested everything and pin-pointed the problem down to the ECM ..
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