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Can An Audio/alarm Install Affect Nistune?


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Hey fellas,

I just had Nistune ECU fitted and tuned on my 32 gts-t, and just beforehand had an autowatch alarm system installed.

Anywho our fully profesh friends at alberts managed to make just about all my in car electrics discontinue working.

I'm gonna have to take it back in to have it all fixed up again, and was just wondering if there's any chance this could affect the tune.

Thanks in advance.

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doubt it, even disconnecting the battery etc wouldnt harm the ECU unless it the car was jumpstarted without fusable links or fuses in it ? or shorted out. while probing wires using a old test light instead of a DMM

I would suspect a bad solder joint or plug in the ECU , not related to the install, just a coincidence

now if they did remote autostart then it could be a possibility , a rare one but ????

what electrics don't work now , it could show where the fault lies

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I haven't taken it in the second time to have stuff fixed yet, so the Nistune is still working fine, I just wanted to know for sure before I took it in again. They suspect it's just a blown fuse because it's just the head unit, and interior overhead lights.

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Tune won't be damaged unless the fuses are stuffed, but if you are paranoid check the fuses and so on before hand. They shouldn't have any problems probably just put a wrong wire in wrong place causing a short.

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it will be a fuse. nice to see that you are giving a well known store a hammering for no reason. if you had a serious problem with the alarm the car would be stranded on the side of the road..

that fuse will be in the main fuse panel above your right knee

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Yeah , I'll admit the having a go part was unnecessary on my behalf, probably just heat of the moment.

Understandably you'd be frustrated if you took your car in then got it back with no radio/music at all, no interior lights working.

Then being told the next day your boost controller is broken. It from my knowledge was working fine before I took it in, set for 17psi did exactly that never had any problems.

When i got it back every time I got into boost it would just start beeping at me, I don't really know why. (I'm not saying they had anything to do with it, it could be a coincidence)

But anywho, I'd seen behind the dash of my car, I can understand if they made a mistake, it's a sh**hole back there.

And I did manage to have a look in there, but all the fuses look fine, could it be a short or something?

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