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2006 S60 T5 Power loss, stalling, Battery drain, electrical issues CEM Issues [Bad corrosion in 12VDC Bus feed] 9162321 Topic is solved

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Re: CEM Issue?  Topic is solved

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What is wrong with that??

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Post by oragex »

I think what is wrong is that it was still working at some point. I'm trying to figure out how did water got there. When opening the trunk, you can see a wire harness on the left corner, behind the windshield. This harness has a rubber 'gasket' when it enters the trunk, I wonder if this gasket is properly installed, otherwise water will leak inside the trunk. The gasket shown at 2:04 www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1ruROdlZkk

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