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Old 03-22-2010, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by enamoured View Post
Evl has already said it, but anything spilled over electronics is bad for it, and I mean pretty much anything. Did the dealership tell you which wires/circuit/relays have that sugary coat on them? I see Supercourse talk about fuse panel in glove box but didn't see you confirm it. If the corrosion hasn't damaged something permanently then it won't be too hard to clean it. There are many solvents available commercially. Just unplug your battery, let it sit for an hour, then clean it with proper solvent, leave it for at least 4-5 hours in room temperature, plug it back. How far it will go in solving your issues will depend upon extent of damage.
No they didnt tell me what wires/circuits etc, they said they THINK that could be the problem. But I would have to pay $750 for them to even find out. So im not even sure if that is the problem, and I some what doubt it is since no one has spilled anything in my car. And since im the only one that drives my car I think I wouldve noticed a spill.

And by the way thanks for everyones input. But does anyone know of anything else that could cause these kinds of problems besides the spillage???
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