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 ====== Using an '​88/'​89 Colt ECU ====== ====== Using an '​88/'​89 Colt ECU ======
  
-These ECUs are very closely related to the 1990 1G DSM ECU.  In fact, they'​re so close you can almost use them interchangeably. ​ The one item a Colt ECU does not have that a 1990 1G DSM ECU would is boost gauge control simply because the original Colt did not have have an ECU-control boost gauge in the dash anywhere. ​ We can, however, modify this ECU easily enough while it's here to include this functionality if you want.+ 
 +These ECUs are very closely related to the 1990 1G DSM ECU. In fact, they'​re so close you can almost use them interchangeably. The one item a Colt ECU does not have that a 1990 1G DSM ECU would is boost gauge control simply because the original Colt did not have have an ECU-control boost gauge in the dash anywhere. We can, however, modify this ECU easily enough while it's here to include this functionality if you want
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 +**NOTE:** Since an '​88/'​89 Colt ECU is so closely related to a 1990 DSM ECU, you have to do the same amount of work to the Colt ECU to run it in a 1991-1994 DSM as you would to a 1990 DSM ECU.  We can do this conversion as well, but there'​s an additional charge of 30 minutes repair time since the heat sink has to come off to do this properly.
  
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