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post #1 of 6 Old 03-17-2010, 05:52 AM Thread Starter
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ecm plug problem

hello guys i need your help. today i decided to to remove the reverse rev sensor glad i did. i rolled back the clear plastic cover over the top of the ecm loom and located the wires i needed to cut.
now this is the problem i removed the multi plug from the ecm unit and found the unit full of water. now i have never removed the plug before. but there is not any rubber seal around this plug. do you know if your ecm as a rubber seal to stop water getting in.
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Mine didn't. That plastic rap was the only thing in there to protect it.

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maybe yours is missing the seal to. lets see what other members say

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nope, no seal, just plastic.

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When I took mine apart it had dirt/sand inside. Everything still works perfect. I was going to wrap the plug with electrical tape but was fear full it could hold more "crap" inside there so I didn't do it.

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No seal here either..still looking for a solution or not

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