Wow tech level number one, I feel special.
I want to evaluate my ECM evaluated for the cause of the fire. We do know the two 40 amp circuits have something to do with it.
The cause is one of two things;
Was it behind door number one?
1. The relay in the ECM that threw c1185.
Or door number two?
2. Wicking fluid from the master cyl. Switch to the wiring of the ECM leaking on the contacts?
Right now the ECM is powered off and in the condition it was when the smoke poured out of the unit.
I believe this will be a bigger and bigger issue as mine has 131,000 for a 2002 (which is on the higher side of normal).
Comments or feelings. I really do not have the time to get Jiggy with FoxNews or the like.
Tuesday, August 28th, 2007 AT 7:56 PM