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The electrician says my engine computer was flooded but I cant seem to get one where can I check the # is 37820-POF-903/CY-EH1553A

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Need to know where the body control module is located at on a 1996 honda accord lx

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Was the car in a flood? Sometimes pressure washing a car the ECM can get water in it if in the engine compartment. Well, if it got wet and you turned on car I'd say it's fried. Go on Ebay Motors if you need a new one. Some are used, there's remanufactured ones with warranties. A new one will cost a LOT.

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Not sure what your asking, but if the pcm was flooded then so was the bcm body control module look for one at (Honda Heaven) ask for a pcm module they are between $900 and $1400. if the car will not fire up after installing the new on, take to the dealer and have the pcm flashed.

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