I just repaired mine. Look closely at the circuit boards and notice they are double sided soldered.....ok, that is for the components but not the positive and negative buss bars. You can access each one from opposite sides. Follow the connector and you willl see floating buss bars. I used a drill press to create a access hole for the soldering iron on the opposite side of the resisitor. A drill will not work, it will drive it to damage the board. Once you see the buss bar connections, look close and notice the solder connections are loose due the ring around them. Resolder carefully and you are good to go. One of the connections is very close to each other, careful that you do not try to over solder and create a shorting solder bridge. That could cause it to melt or catch on fire.
2006, Trail Rated, 4.7 QTII, Back-up Camera.
Summer project: Yakima roof rack with KC lights and Kayak Carrier....on board air for beach driving.
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