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BCM/ECM Connections

Started by february2021, February 02, 2021, 04:10:42 PM

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february2021

Does anyone ever perform some kind of maintenance on their BCM /ECM connections. I was thinking I would at least just disconnect and reconnect a couple times to maybe help ensure a good connection.  Maybe spray some cleaner? Any thoughts?
Since I have owned the car my low coolant light is on more often than not, even though it's not low. I always assumed a bad sensor.
I just thought I possibly had an intermittent connection at the module.

Probably just wishful thinking it could be that easy.

Henry Howard

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I'm very much of the, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it," mind-set when it comes to electrical connectors. But if I had a problem, I would try cleaning all the connections first.
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