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Wheres the ecu located in my 2001 dodge durango

Our mechanic stated that the reason our a/c and  4x4 does not work is that there is no output from the ecu, he also fixed multiple electrical shorts  so i think he might be right

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Heat element on the heated seat is broken and has to be replaced the blinking light lets you know something is wrong and prevents power going to the element and prevents shorting out of fire.

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