2002 S60 T5 got wet in a rain storm(slid into lake)-I've replaced both computers under front lid-what else will I need to look at? (reprogramed by dealer??) I could junk-but love this car! Any advice is helpful.
Wht else--is there ignition control pieces that will also need to be replaced and reprogramed? What about keys and keyless enty on the key fob how are those programed? I lost the owners manual so am really up a creek.
The keys and the remotes are controled by the immoblizer.If you didn't replace them the programing should still be in the car.If not you will have to have them programed.How ever if the remotes didn't hold there programing and you don't have the pin#'s then the remotes are only good for one thing.That is they will be good for kids to play with and thats all.You have to have the pin#'s or you have to buy new remotes.There is no way to get the pin#'s if you don't have them.But if you didn't replace the immoblizer they should still be programed into it.
The computers I bought are used computers. I got them very reasonably because one dealer said that they were easily reporgramed. A different dealer a recently contacted explained (to my disapointment) that used computers cannot be reprogramed. Which should I believe? New computers will run me about 1300, used were 350 in total...
I too own a submarine. I had to replace two computers, the CEM which I opted for a new one and the PSM which was from a salvage yard. My specialist, not a dealer, reprogramed both. How far in or how high did the water get in the car? Did your SRS air bag light come on? As this is a late reply, have you gotten everything straightened out by now.
I forgot to ask about starting problem. Will it turn over? If so, when you first turn the key to position II can you hear the fuel pump turn on? If not, then your Fuel pump module (FPM) is probably wet. The FPM is located down under by the fuel tank on the right side. Disasemble, dry it out, check for corrosion inside and clean it. Make sure the little drain hole is clear, spray down with electrical contact cleaner and reinstall.