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Old 12-27-2014, 12:48 PM   #1
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Anybody have a wire diagram or any kind of diagram for a9p?i believe mine is bad and would like to have a reference to go by.


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Old 12-28-2014, 01:47 PM   #2
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Ur gonna see the capacitors, there are three of them. If ur eec is bad, they will be what is causing it. They will be bloated or even leaking. U can get new ones from radio shack.


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I took it out tonight and one is blown.going to see if someone can solder it back but may end up looking for one at a jy.thanks for the input


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No prob.
I would go ahead and update all three capacitors, sometimes u cant tell if its bad. Its really not hard to solder, watch a youtube video.


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Either DIY or take the computer to a repair shop that'll put new capacitors in. A JY computer is a crapshoot at the age these things are and you might have an OEM piece fail on that one too. You can get rebuilt A9L/A9M/A9P computers from Autozone I believe. At least the A9L you can but you need the P if you are an auto sooo...
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The ones from autozone will be around $400 but the capacitors are modern so they will be less likely to blow and if they do, they wont spew their corrosive contents all over the board. U can do better than a JY, i would consider it a temporary fix if u cant afford a refurbished one


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I do have an auto.have done some research on auto zone and haven't heard anything good about them.yes there is spillage on the board as well.just having trouble locating one and don't want to pay $400 but may be only choice


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