Thank you, I really appreciate your words.Mike,
Very well put thats top notch customer service in my book and standing behind your product so proudly, I couldn't have put it better myself. Tommy your lucky your dealing with someone like Mike, but in all seriousness why didn't you put your ECU in a box, I mean thats the brain to your beast.ouich
Well said ///Marshall. I think there have been a few assumptions posted as to the problem being non-ecu related, when at this point there is no way anyone can say it is, or is not, the ecu.Regardless of who's at fault here and what is the true root
of the problem I'm hoping to see Tommy's car working in
correct order again. Remember there's a person on the
other end who's worried about their car.
It's good to see that ESS is working to figure out the real issue
rather than leaving their customer's out to dry. I'm hoping
this doesn't turn into a bunch of finger pointing and accusations
thread. It feels like there are enough level heads involved that
this will not happen.
Never read that or maybe it just didn't sink in. I don't understand the theory behind that unless the pump has trouble distributing cool engine oil at idle rpm. If it does cause a negative side effect wouldn't it be printed in large bold letters on one page as well as a cuastion from the dealer before he kicked you out the door?I believe the manual specifically states that you SHOULD NOT warm the car at idle. Start it, and drive off normally. Keep the revs down until the engine warms and then--Kabamo!