2017 Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400 AWD
The dumbest thing happened: I fixed my car and everything, but I didn't put the IPDM cover back, fuse covers, etc. Because I still wanted to fx the cables and manage everything to put the fender liner... I decided it was time to clean the car because it was very very dirty, and took it to these guys near me couple of mexican kids, not an ounce of english but I speak a little spanish and I was able to convey that I needed the car detailed and stuff. They were very nice, and offered to do it. Well within a couple of hours, they bring the car back. All clean and beautiful, then as they're talking with eaechother I notice the car smoking, I quickly run to it open the hood and it turned out the car is overheating... I noticed my radiator fans weren't working. I get a towl then slowly manage the coolant, and I realized.. THEY PRESSURE WASHED MY ENTIRE ENGINE BAY HEAD ON. All my radiator fan fuses were blown, luckily my driver side fuse box still had the cover, but everything else was soaked. under the battery was still water and everything. I figured I just need new fuses for the radiator fan and looked at every vehicle's fuses at the junkyard. I ONLY found 2 working ones (50a low profile). The other 2 I paid $10~ from Advanced Auto parts for. I put all the fuses and the fans still don't work..
I added direct power to the fans and made sure they still work.
I added 20v directly to the relay sits (passenger, T box), that worked.
I checked all my fuses in the IPDM, they're all fine.
I disconnected ALL the IPDM connectors and realized that water has gotten in there.
Do you guys think my IPDM is fried? I purchased a new one for $60~ but it delivers in a week, but I was wondering if anyone else had any thoughts, or maybe there are certain connections I gotta check. Keep in mind all shrouds and covers were gone (brake cover, brake fluid cover, side covers, etc.)
I know it was mainly my mistake, so I still paid them for the car, I was not about to be rude and arrogant, felt too bad.
- Replaced the IPDM, the issue persists. I made sure to verify all fuses in the IPDM are functional, and they are. The relay's are good, module is getting power and ground, and when I activate the AC, there is a third pink wire that is also on.