I took my car in because my cooling fan was not engaging. We finally determined it was my ECM after replacing the relays, sensors, etc. They found that the ECM wasn't telling it to engage at low until it was already overheating. The shop told me it was $700 to replace it. I found the part for $50 - $150. I find it hard to believe that there is $650 worth of labor involved. What should I do since I obviously can't drive an overheating vehicle?
It's a 1994 Ford Escort LX Wagon 1.9 Manual Transpission. Around 161,000 miles.
have the same problem?
Thursday, December 7th, 2006 AT 2:45 PM