Time to replace the PCM?

Billwill

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Yeah there is always a danger that when you swap out a unit like the PCM you introduce some new issue ie. you bump something, knock a connector loose etc.

Been there done that in my 34 years of fixing IBM and Hitachi Mainframes when I was young!;)
 
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Yeah there is always a danger that when you swap out a unit like the PCM you introduce some new issue ie. you bump something, knock a connector loose etc.

Been there done that in my 34 years of fixing IBM and Hitachi Mainframes when I was young!;)
Mate... you are spot on... I must have knocked C108 when removing/installing the PCM.
After spending ages removing the heat shield on the starter to get to the connections I found no power to the starter. Main feed was fine. then traced back and found c108 was loose. Secured it and all is now good, except for some smoke coming off the LH cat and exhaust. Guessing some oil has dropped on it or unburnt fuel in the cat itself.

Thanks again for you help and wisdom Billwill :)
 
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