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disscetion EZ-69

the ez-69 is glued together ..top goes on in 2 pieces .the 1st piece has fine pins that make contact with the PCB .
there is no way to get this apart gracefully

can it be fixed ...maybe
will it ever look the same ....no


the two PCBs are covered with a clear jelly like substance

if you look at the top right you can see a smoked component it is not mounted to the main PCB
and has small wires connecting it to the PCB they are brown and black ....the component is connected to pin 16

i take apart competitors equipment (not to reverse engineer but to see what they are doing)
and this is a bear to take apart and you run the risk of further damage doing so

I would not try to repair this item and I defiantly would never do it for a customer

stefan


Old 11-29-2012, 04:13 PM
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Sure wish I had one of those high-tech units in my 930....NOT. Looks like a nightmare. Thank God for CIS and it's simplicity.
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Actually that part is on 964 Turbos (w/ CIS)....
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It logs how sh#t the fuel delivery is.
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ignition control.....
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Sure wish I had one of those high-tech units in my 930....NOT. Looks like a nightmare. Thank God for CIS and it's simplicity.
Exactly
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Actually that part is on 964 Turbos (w/ CIS)....
Lol
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The EZ69 unit is electronic ignition control which is used much more often with EFI than CIS. Failure mode is consistent with all things electronic.
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Cool, Stefan! Thanks for sharing.
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Clear jelly is called conformal coating. Basically waterproofing for the components.
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I'm rather glad that I have an A1 condition, working example, stashed away somewhere very safe. Hens teeth...rocking horse s**t, etc...Never to be used again on my car, but stored with all the other Euro CIS kit that I no longer need

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It logs how sh#t the fuel delivery is.
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The EZ-69 failure potential is the only negative to owning a 964 Turbo. Porsche wants $5000 for a new one (so I hear) and used replacement units, while they can be had for $500-600, are hard to come by. Other than that, the 964 Turbo uses the same 3.3 engine that the 930 uses, including CIS with it's non-linear fuel delivery.
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The EZ-69 failure potential is the only negative to owning a 964 Turbo. Porsche wants $5000 for a new one (so I hear) and used replacement units, while they can be had for $500-600, are hard to come by. Other than that, the 964 Turbo uses the same 3.3 engine that the 930 uses, including CIS with it's non-linear fuel delivery.
At that cost, EFI sounds like a bargain.
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The EZ-69 failure potential is the only negative to owning a 964 Turbo. Porsche wants $5000 for a new one (so I hear) and used replacement units, while they can be had for $500-600, are hard to come by. Other than that, the 964 Turbo uses the same 3.3 engine that the 930 uses, including CIS with it's non-linear fuel delivery.
Think you'll be doing (very) well to get one for $500-600....I turned down more than that in GBP a short while ago. At the time I was undecided whether to keep all the stuff I removed, CIS, ignition, etc, all together (either stashed for a rainy day or to go as a job-lot), or sell off items as/when..... In fact, still undecided; I guess I'd prefer to let it all go in one shipment TBH, clears me more space and would get me that Speedmaster Pro 45th Edition I've got my eye on!

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