Is it beyond a novice to fit an ecu ? We have a V reg 1.1 206, and it won't start, so the garage are saying the only solution is to fit a new ecu. I don't want to spend £400+ on having this done, as I'm fairly sure that it won't permanently cure the intermittent engine-cutting-out fault which the car has suffered from for the last 2 years. But, without doing something, the car, which is in decent condition and only 53k on the clock, is presumably, worthless. I see that there are any number of used ecu's on e-bay, and I'm wondering how difficult it would be to fit one. ( I did a similar operation with the indicator unit last year - after the garage mechanic pulled a face and went on about "air-bag insurance" - and that was easy ) I've asked the question on here before about the cutting-out fault and, surprisingly, nobody seems to have heard of it. Anyway, I've got to do something or the alternative is to tow the car round to the breakers yard and hope to get a piddling £50 for it.