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Old 08-20-2010, 09:23 PM   #11
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How much do you want for the part?
Does $30 shipped sound fair?
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The price is fair but today I exchanged my old one at Autozone for a limited lifetime warranty one. I sure do appreciate the help though.
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I just had a year old BW ICM fail ($153 from Advance). It had a lifetime warranty and I had no problem getting it replaced. BUT, the lifetime warranty did not cover the $200 diagnostic fee to isolate the ICM from the code that indicated a bad crank sensor (which was new). I have kinda lost faith in Borg parts over the years. I went for the Borg part 'cause the AC Delco OEM part was $40 more and only came with a 1 year warranty. I am looking to pack a ICM in my box-o-spares on road trips so if anyone has a verifiable good used one, lemme know. Murphys law says if you pack a spare, you will never need it.
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I just had a year old BW ICM fail ($153 from Advance). It had a lifetime warranty and I had no problem getting it replaced. BUT, the lifetime warranty did not cover the $200 diagnostic fee to isolate the ICM from the code that indicated a bad crank sensor (which was new). I have kinda lost faith in Borg parts over the years. I went for the Borg part 'cause the AC Delco OEM part was $40 more and only came with a 1 year warranty. I am looking to pack a ICM in my box-o-spares on road trips so if anyone has a verifiable good used one, lemme know. Murphys law says if you pack a spare, you will never need it.
I have one. Where are you located?
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