Originally Posted by Nuke
The SJB (Smart Junction Box) is in the passenger kick panel and is the "Grand Central Station" for just about every electronic function in the car. Hence when it gets wet and starts to corrode, the gremlins arrive.
Hurl anything down a road at any speed and it will eventually contact something large enough to tear into the outer layers. But it won't be long before our cars come from the factory with deflector shields...
Thanks, figured it was something like that. Water in there would be a BAD BAD thing.
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