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Old 02-26-2013, 04:06 PM   #16
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Thanks JM. The bulletin was very useful. I have one more thing I would like to bounce-off you. When I did the initial resoldering of the 241 Resistors in the HVAC Control Module, I wanted to check and see if I had done the soldering correctly. In my haste, I plugged the connector into the back of the module and misaligned the pins and connecter by putting the connector over just one row of pins instead of over both rows. Not knowing this, I turned the ignition on and got in just a few seconds several crazy error messages like high current condition, exceed performance limts, and others like this. I immedaitely shut the ignition off and discovered the misalignment. Is it possible, I did some damage to the large IC in the module that controls functions like the opening and closing of the actuator doors an drthe input from the solarload sensor and outside temp sensor? I had forgotten about this mishap and it just popped back into my head.
You will definately need to get a loaner module to swap out to check everything. That thing very well could be toast. You might want to check craigs list for parts cars and local yards.

Also, you can get dielectric grease from any of the parts stores.
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