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    really need some help plz

    i drive an 06 wrx so im driving down the road the other day and my check engine comes on then the car bogs down. and no matter how much gas i give it i cant get it over 2000 rpms i ran a diagnostic on it and the code came up p607 if i disconnect the battery cable and reconnect it the car will run for a little bit before it happens again ive check every thing but cant figure it out. anyone have an idea

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    do you mean P0607?

    thats the "control module performance" CEL

    as per nasioc: it's a wiring problem between the pedal and ECU or the ground/power to the pedal or ECU

    if you look under your dash on your drivers side, there should be 2 green connector plugs. go check and see if those are plugged in together. if they are, disconnect them & see if you still have a problem

    if not... we're gonna have to wait for someone else to chime in

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    oh ha ha yeah i did mean p0607 but yeah those plugs are already disconnected. do you think that it could have some thing to do with my ecu

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    well, those are "test connector" plugs that you use to flash your ECU to different maps with an accessport.

    unless you are changing maps they should not be connected at all.. so

    if they're already disconnected, i dont think thats the problem.

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    do you think it could be a faulty wire running to my ecm

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    do you know where the ecu is located

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    underneath the passenger footwell behind metal plate

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    before you go digging around..it might be worth it to clear the code and see if it comes back...On the thousands of Subarus Ive worked on over the years I have NEVER seen this code come up once...

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