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Old 03 Dec 2004, 06:01 pm
Harold Adrian Russell Philby
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Default Integra Defroster Failure

On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 14:05:30 GMT, "J M" <noonehome@nothing.net> wrote:
>Yep,
>
>It's a little module that hides behind the interior fuse box called the
>Integrated Control Unit (ICU). Expect to hear random beeping noises in the
>future as well.
>
>Oh, and I surmounted the defroster problem by mounting a normal automotive
>switch to jump the connection. The only thing the ICU does is automatically
>shut off the defroster after twenty minutes of operation.


How can one distinguish between a bum ICM, and a duff defroster relay?

What kind of $$ is the ICM?

I can't find one anywhere on the web, does it have another name?

Thanks.

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Old 09 Dec 2004, 04:32 am
Burt Squareman
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Default Re: Integra Defroster Failure

"Harold Adrian Russell Philby" <home.office@kremlin.co.ru> wrote in message

>>It's a little module that hides behind the interior fuse box called the
>>Integrated Control Unit (ICU). The only thing the ICU does is automatically
> >shut off the defroster after twenty minutes of operation.


> How can one distinguish between a bum ICM, and a duff defroster relay?
> What kind of $$ is the ICM? I can't find one anywhere on the web,
> does it have another name? Thanks.


ICU is about 12cm x 10cm x 2cm. Relay is about 2.5cm x 2.5cm x 4cm.
ICU is enclosed in a plastic box. Relay most likley has a steel cover and a
plastic base (Relay $5, ICU is $45 at the junker yard)





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Old 09 Dec 2004, 11:25 am
Harold Adrain Russell Philby
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Default Re: Integra Defroster Failure

On Thu, 09 Dec 2004 09:32:18 GMT, "Burt Squareman"
<catnip4sale@yahoo.com> wrote:
>"Harold Adrian Russell Philby" <home.office@kremlin.co.ru> wrote in message
>
>>>It's a little module that hides behind the interior fuse box called the
>>>Integrated Control Unit (ICU). The only thing the ICU does is automatically
>> >shut off the defroster after twenty minutes of operation.

>
>> How can one distinguish between a bum ICM, and a duff defroster relay?
>> What kind of $$ is the ICM? I can't find one anywhere on the web,
>> does it have another name? Thanks.

>
>ICU is about 12cm x 10cm x 2cm. Relay is about 2.5cm x 2.5cm x 4cm.
>ICU is enclosed in a plastic box. Relay most likley has a steel cover and a
>plastic base (Relay $5, ICU is $45 at the junker yard)


Thanks, but I was looking for a diagnostic to distinguish between the
failure of one or the other, and:

It's not my problem anymore.

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