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ordered. thank you again.



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It isn't that critical, a general purpose switching diode will be adequate. Its just to protect the input if you get a short to battery, the current rating will be defined by the input resistor, I can't see what value that is but 100mA ought to be sufficient.



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wow. so many options.

high speed? power switching?

gen purpose/ or automotive?

70v/ or 100v? 

 



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bless you. thank you for helping me resolve this in a timely manner.

i know i couldn't make it easy for you.

as soon as i am able. ill be back to support your site and products.

there are also several tracker/sidekicks up here where i live. ill be sure to spread the word.



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That is what I would expect, that package seems to be unobtainable, I would replace it with something like a BAV99 mounted on an adapter board.

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before i made any forum posts i had twisted a few pairs of diodes together and gotten simmilar readings.  p /np/n

.630 from a to b

.726 from b to c

1.330 from a to c

open circuit in any other direction/orientation



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no, they arent much help. i know.

the other simmilar components are as follows

D21 pin marked M11  81

D23, and D24 M32  89

D20 M21   85.

 

Yes, three pin. semi cylindrical with one flat side

the markings are gone on the damaged unit

it reads like two diodes wired in series with my dmm 



-- Edited by OakhurstFabnTech on Friday 8th of April 2022 08:46:17 PM

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Those pics aren't much help. Is it a 3-pin device? if so then its probably a series connected dual diode used to clamp the input signal to the power rails. there are a number of similar diodes on that PCB with similar numbers - do they have the same part numbers?

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here is another like mine

https://fixkick.com/ECU/89/1989-ecu1.jpg



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i cannot. i do not have a functioning camera.

 

 

here is someone else's picture of a 60A31

https://fixkick.com/ECU/hell/html/image_19.html

 

 

mine looked alot like this one, as far as the damaged area. minus the fire.

https://fixkick.com/forum/thread-ecu-component-identification

D22 is directly beneath the scorch mark, hard to see the number due to the reflection



-- Edited by OakhurstFabnTech on Friday 8th of April 2022 05:00:06 AM

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I don't have one of those ECUs to take a look at, you will need to trace through the circuitry to work out what its function is, can you post a picture of the area?

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Im an Auto tech who specializes in exhaust and offroad fabrication. but general repairs pays the bills.

Im repairing my first pcb (other than changing out LEDs and gauge servos from instrument clusters)

THIS IS MY DAILY DRIVER, or was.

I have already dealt with C37, C4 (the worst culprit), R40, C5, C2, and D6. 

I cannot identify D22 because there are no markings left after the acid damage.

please help. Im so close to having my baby back.

I barely made it through winter sucking fuel in limp mode. I need my mini 4x4. 



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