So, yes it is possible to start a vehicle, remove the battery, and drive the vehicle.
- Can a car run without a computer box?
- Can a car work without an ECU?
- Can you drive a car with a bad computer?
- Why does a car need a computer?
- Can I bypass the ECU?
- Does fuel injection require a computer?
- Can a modern day car be repaired without the use of a computer?
- Can a car start without ECU fuse?
- What happens when your car computer goes out?
- Can AutoZone test my ECM?
- How much does an ECM cost?
- Do new cars have computers in them?
- Is a phone a computer?
Can a car run without a computer box?
yes you can bypass the computer but bear in mind, depending on which car it is, you may need to replace a lot of sensors and control valves with manual devices. For one, you'll need to a find a new way to regulate fuel & air into the fuel injection - so you'll basically go back to how carburetors worked.
Can a car work without an ECU?
Originally Answered: Can a car run without ECU? No. Not a modern car with fuel injection. Even, if it were possible to not use a ECU, your car would not pass the emission testing at your annual car inspection.
Can you drive a car with a bad computer?
Yes, you can. Of course, it depends on the failure. If the internal power supply fails, the fuel injectors won't be commanded on, so no fuel will get to the engine.
Why does a car need a computer?
Modern vehicle utilize upwards of 50 microprocessor computers to keep your vehicle running well, safe and of course make it fun to drive and ride in. The massive use of computers assist drivers in tasks that range from saving fuel, to assisted braking, to helping with navigation.
Can I bypass the ECU?
Originally Answered: Can you bypass a ECU? From a practical standpoint - no. The ECU may be bypassed to perform certain system tests, but it must be present for a vehicle to run. There are some aftermarket ECU replacements, generally for racing setups.
Does fuel injection require a computer?
Originally Answered: Is fuel injection possible without the vehicle having a computer to program the injectors (ie purely mechanical)? Yes. All fuel-injected engines started out that way.
Can a modern day car be repaired without the use of a computer?
Yes, it is possible.
Can a car start without ECU fuse?
It will start without the backup fuse. The backup fuse just keeps the ECU memory alive.
What happens when your car computer goes out?
Bad Performance or Fuel Economy
Since the ECM controls your air to fuel ratio and transmission, a faulty unit can cause your gas mileage to drop through the floor. It can also make your car sluggish, or give you trouble when going up hills or suddenly accelerating.
Can AutoZone test my ECM?
If you take your car or truck in to the dealer or an authorized mechanic for service, your vehicle should have a working PCM/ECM installed. Otherwise, you may want to pursue another round of OBD-II diagnostic testing at AutoZone.
How much does an ECM cost?
The cost for the new ECM will typically be around $800, with labor around $100, bringing the average total expense for an ECM replacement to approximately $900 before taxes and fees. This can increase depending on the shop you go to or the type of car you, running as high as $2,000.
Do new cars have computers in them?
All cars manufactured today contain at least one computer. It is in charge of monitoring engine emissions and adjusting the engine to keep emissions as low as possible. The computer receives information from a many different sensors, including: The oxygen sensor.
Is a phone a computer?
Yes, smartphones and tablets are indeed considered computers. A computer is really any device that accepts input from a user, performs calculations on that input, and provides an output to the user. ... Smartphones and tablets have many similarities to traditional desktop PCs. They have many of the same capabilities.