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|5th October 2005, 22:30||#16|
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Of the 2 Palio's and a Fiat Adventure and a Honda City I saw that were towed to Pune for work, the ECU/ECM's were not replaced as the following precautions were taken by the owners with their due presence of mind :
1) The ignition switch was kept "OFF".
2) Battery was disconnected, and all static charge removed.
3) The ignition key was not inserted in the switch until the car reached the service station.
The service guys just opened the ECU's and dried them in sun and carefully replaced them back. These were among a few cars that did not require much expensive spares apart from the regular cleaning and replacement of headlights, etc. . All electricals were in working condition.
Must appreciate their sharp thinking.
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