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hahaha.

removing the ECU of any car, regardless of age will cause it to stop working...

to put it simply, would your body work if your brain was removed?

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To add to that, removing it from his Commonwhore then replacing it will probably not bring it back to life. Probably cause more things in it to break. :lol:

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To add to that, removing it from his Commonwhore then replacing it will probably not bring it back to life. Probably cause more things in it to break. :lol:

if its a commodore, it would actually be beneficial to remove the ECU... the benefit being one commodore on the roads.

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