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Originally Posted by Ronnie's.930 View Post
OK, try to re-boot the controller by disconnecting its power supply and then reconnect after a couple of minutes. When you do this, check to see if it has a battery (used to store info when the car's main battery is disconnected), and replace it if it does.

Given that it is electronic, it might be programmed to adjust boost level for varying RPMs, so if you test it with the bypass pipe like I suggested above, use some common sense caution with the throttle when you do so (so you don't overboost, as the factory overboost circuit is likely no longer functional on your car).
Okay, I guess I could try doing that.

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