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Dead turbo timer

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Some one please help me out here. I have a 2 year old Greddy TT that is no longer working. I don't know the cause of it, but I'll give what happened when it died.

Okay, its winter so Im storing my MR. 2 in the garage. I go to start it up just to warm it up from time to time. Except this time my car doesn't start too well like it usually does and I know I didn't leave any doors open, but it was below zero for almost a week before I started it up. The turbo timer came on and so did every thing else, but not with full umph. Neither did the engine start. So I go and slow charge the baby up at 2 amps, and it was finally done charging after 48 hours later. Problem solved engine started up, but!!! The turbo timer is dead.:confused:

What the hell is it?!!!!:hammer:

Help ME!!!!
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you really shouldn't start the car in the winter time to let it idle....allows carbon to build up...i would just pull the battery and store it inside...and start the car again in the spring time....
Thanks for the tip, but what could have happened to the Turbo Timer. Ahhh!!! :cool:
it could be many things.. I'm using an HKS TT.. I believe there is an inline fuse in the hot wire. that would be the first thing I would check.
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