Below is the reply from the dealer.. doesn't sounds promising. Seems to me they are not sure and may just be hoping its DME... anyone have any views / thoughts as $2K is a sizey investment for an 04...I'm using Brahman Miami for what it counts.
"We found that the DME has corrosion from water. We need to replace the DME. There could be something else wrong but this what needs to be done now. The cost to replace the DME plus the time already invested would bring the total to $2108.00 plus tax.""
Last edited by kiao; 05-28-2012 at 01:18 PM.