I noticed a possible electrical problem with my ESC switch, looks like something is over heating and causing the plastic to deform, any ideas ?
yeah.. I agree theres lots of heat going on there,maybe there is a short in something behind that, and is making the plastic hot.
lol- my first thought when i saw that picture was- wow- they installed it backwards-I noticed a possible electrical problem with my ESC switch, looks like something is over heating and causing the plastic to deform, any ideas ?
Doh it's just dawned on me, when I installed my 4 Channel Power Amp yesterday I was trying to find an accessory's wire to get secondary power to the Amp. I noticed on the fuse cover that there was a spare 15 amp fuse on the right hand side the 4th fuse down, I place the bare wire over that fuse and inserted the fuse back into the fuse holder. So most likely that caused something there to heat up.have you done any electrical mods where you piggy backed off the fuse panel onto either of those fuses?
My 2 cents...I think the dealer is gonna know it was something caused by you! But it's worth a try! If you pull this off...I will never believe another word you say! lol JKWell I'll take the car into the dealer and act innocent and deny all and see whether they will replace that cover.
And me being an ex Firefighter it would have been enbarrassing if my car caught alight LOL. Thx for your help
LOL it would have to be a long one ...Just did a video for you on U Tube of my home town called Hobart, in the state of Tasmanialol rpps-
i'm just glad we figured it out and that you didnt set your car on the barbie- lol
soon as the bridge is built- i'll drive over and visit you
yup-i know the 999/000 versions.....LOL it would have to be a long one ...Just did a video for you on U Tube of my home town called Hobart, in the state of Tasmania YouTube - Hobart. Tasmania. Tasmania
Being a 911 Dispacher you probably can work out what my personalized number plate means ...( EX Fireman and out here we dile 000 for emergencies)
Mate, I couldn't care less about being fair and honest when it comes to car dealers. They always screw the poor car owner when it comes to trade-ins, to me they are fair game. Also when coming to service charges they are exorbinate and end up not doing the work properly."
...It's not fair to the dealer to have them waste their time and parts and pay for damage that you caused. Why not man-up tell them the truth and pay the bill. It's the right thing to do...it's called being honest.