I recently took my car car in to have the transmission rebuilt, after the work on the tranny was done the mechanic called me & told me that the car would'nt start.(He did get to start it and test drive after he rebuilt the transmission but once he parked it and tried to move it again thats when the problem came about. )He asked me if I ever had problems starting the car, I told him that had never happened to me before. (Prior to taking the car in to fix the transmission it had been sitting for about 9 months I jumpstarted the car twice).So he told me since we knew that the batterey had died out he asked me to go & buy a new battery, which I did, but that did'nt help. Now I am going on two weeks & the mechanic is telling me that I have a bad E.C.U. Is it possible that that the E.C.U could've been damaged by jumstarting the car?? Or what the mechanic told me he had to do is put a booster to start the car??
Please help...I am already in the hole $2,200 in the hole getting my transmission fixed. I need to know if the mechanic was at fault for using a booster..