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Old 08-05-2022, 05:12 PM   #29
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Maybe you can send me back the pic with the component area circled?

Here is a great Youtube video showing how it's done:
I have yet to master adding circles or arrows to pictures. Do know how to zoom in and save a pic showing the part up close. As I mentioned, it's directly across the pc board from the blue cap, on the right side. Appears to show burned spot on board. Just think it deserves a close look.

Also, here's a desoldering tool from Hobby Lobby for $4.99
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Old 08-05-2022, 10:48 PM   #30
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I have yet to master adding circles or arrows to pictures. Do know how to zoom in and save a pic showing the part up close. As I mentioned, it's directly across the pc board from the blue cap, on the right side. Appears to show burned spot on board. Just think it deserves a close look.

Also, here's a desoldering tool from Hobby Lobby for $4.99
Yeah, looks burnt underneath the solid cap?
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Old 08-15-2022, 04:00 PM   #31
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Any concerns?

Any concerns replacing the 63v 16uf with a 100v 16uf? I heard Higher voltage is ok?
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Old 08-15-2022, 04:01 PM   #32
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There was some flux on the solid cap..do these leak too?
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Success!!!

When I replaced the caps I noticed that the one by the big Z diode had a loose terminal that went inside it...it was black on the end (See pic)... either open circuit or high resistance.

After replacing all 3 caps and reinstalling the PCM or ECM it now purrs like a kitten with no more stumble or popping out the exhaust. I did recheck the timing and it still right where I left it.

I prayed for wisdom from above... and my friend's here
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When I replaced the caps I noticed that the one by the big Z diode had a loose terminal that went inside it...it was black on the end (See pic)... either open circuit or high resistance.

After replacing all 3 caps and reinstalling the PCM or ECM it now purrs like a kitten with no more stumble or popping out the exhaust. I did recheck the timing and it still right where I left it.

I prayed for wisdom from above... and my friend's here
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Congrats! Glad to hear
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So happy to help.. keep on having fun.. nice thing is 20yrs from now the new kids can learn from this.. thank you all
Good luck and keep us posted
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Old 08-15-2022, 11:35 PM   #37
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Fella over on Ebay got me the correct caps... there webpage...
https://www.blenddoor.com/rebuild/
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AWESOME...
I wasn,t brave enough to do the caps,, just got a reman ecm,, plus it was only 10 min from my shop..cash deal.. LOL

Enjoy the RV now..
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