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Old 19 Dec 2009, 10:34 am
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Default company to fix Honda electronic circuit boards

Good day all,
I have a honda odyssey 2000 and the main dash circuit board has failed (controls the air direction buttons/rear). capacitories have damaged beyond repair (done it before, but this board isn't fixable that i can do at home). I need the name of a company that will fix this board (or return similar). I thought there was one in Texas and/or Georgia but can not locate that company via internet searching. appreciate any information. Tom
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