No sense of "Nasty" felt here! Understanding makes all the difference in the world. What I meant on the computer was that to check the connector at the pcm and check the pcm itself for potential damage from water. The PCM stand for Power Control Module and that is the main computer for the car.
I didn't want my suggestion to cause you greif between the person working on the car and you.
Are you in a cold climate?
The window motors may be not more ironic than that you were there on their last day of operation. There some things that don't always make sense in the auto repair world. The shop I work for is dead straight honest. But we have some cars that can make use look bad. So you tell it the way it is and let the chips fall where they may. The other option of trying cover up something strange is not only dishonest, but leaves room for potential fallout.
Friday, January 19th, 2007 AT 5:19 AM