Euro clas­sic chiefs say there's an ECU cri­sis loom­ing. We're not sure... and nei­ther's Fuzz.

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - News -

KEITH ADAMS EDI­TOR

Not in the slight­est. It’s scare­mon­ger­ing about a sub­ject it clearly doesn’t know enough about. Per­haps it’s an ef­fort to look like it’s en­gaged in our scene.

JAMES SADLIER MAN­AG­ING EDI­TOR

FIVA has brought to light a prob­lem that def­i­nitely needs ad­dress­ing but I’m not con­vinced that a ‘shock, hor­ror’ ap­proach rep­re­sents the best way for­ward.

GER­VAIS SEY­MOUR PRO­DUC­TION EDI­TOR

Damn right it should be wor­ried. Don’t these peo­ple in their Brus­sels ivory tow­ers re­alise that the ECU was re­placed by the Euro way back in 1999?

DAVID BROWN AS­SO­CI­ATE EDI­TOR

In the im­mor­tal words of my hero Father Jack in the won­der­ful Father Ted TV se­ries from the 1990s: ‘That would be an EC­U­meni­cal mat­ter…’

DAVID BROWN AS­SO­CI­ATE EDI­TOR

I am out of the of­fice un­til Wed­nes­day 1 June with lim­ited ac­cess to my emails. If your en­quiry is urgent please con­tact ei­ther 01733 395160 or send an email.

MUR­RAY SCUL­LION NEWS EDI­TOR

It’s some­thing ev­ery­one needs to get a hold of. ECUs have been knock­ing round for more than 40 years and we need to get a per­ma­nent fix.

CALUM BROWN WEB PRO­DUCER

On top of ev­ery­thing else a car en­thu­si­ast has to worry about, at least an ECU can be fixed with­out drown­ing in red tape.

LEISE EN­RIGHT OF­FICE MAN­AGER

Given the tech­nol­ogy avail­able to spe­cial­ists, it’s un­likely that ‘bit-rot’ will be an is­sue, es­pe­cially when deal­ing with sim­ple ’80s cars.

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