Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Calgary Alberta Canada
I hate electrical gremlins.
What if you were to remove the master fuse, 40 amp I think, disconnect the ECU and disconnect the battery at both terminals. Leave it for say 1/2 hour.
Reconnect the ECU, reconnect the battery and then re install the master fuse.
Also, use a shopvac or similar to vacuum out the fuse areas and places where you have been blowing compressed air, you may have been entrapping moisture in a few spots instead of getting rid of it.
Like I said, I hate electrical gremlins. They are the hardest to diagnose for me anyway.
Good Luck! Keep us informed with what happens.
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