Have you had the code read for free at, say, Autozone? If
so, what code is it?
ECUs do not generally fail unless the car has been through a
flood and water got inside the ECU casing.
You can get the part number from various online dealer
sites. Try www.bkhondaparts.com first. Put in your vehicle
identifying info, then display all parts, then click on
What is the stored error code? You don't replace the ECU just because the
light is on. The code might be legit.
And please define "does not run to its full potential". That statement by
itself is pretty subjective. A seventeen year-old car can have all kinds of
problems entirely unrelated to the ECU.
Do you have an automatic ECU in a manual car?
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