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You have a problem that is not going to be an easy fix. Most of the electronics have safety systems to protect them from this so the good news is you may not have to replace the ECU, Alternator or starter. The bad news is you will have to replace your wiring harnesses or at least remove them and replace the burned sections. Then it will just be a matter of going through and replacing components that were damaged. Depending on how much time I was willing to commit to the project I would look at it as a long time project for fun and do it a little at a time, Part the vehicle out or look for a push -pull-or tow trade in event. The job can be done but it will take a lot of time.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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