Star...I didn't care for the SMI controller being in the engine compartment. My year Wrangler, the engine compartment seems super HOT with the V-6. Our SMI controller is mounted on the co-pilot's side, forward foot well and under the carpet...wife doesn't even notice that it's there. I'm hoping that with less heat, vibration, dirt and moisture, the controller has a chance of lasting longer. Something to consider...
That's an interesting thought that I had not even considered. I'll put it to my RV tech and defer to his expertise and decades of experience. Thanks for taking the time to share it.
Joseph and Sandy
(Snowbirds in Reverse)
Winnebago Chieftain / Ford Hybrid Toad
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