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Troubleshooting/Testing Engine Fusebox # P125A and BeCM #Z238 on 1997 Range Rover

\015 Hello. After trying to figure out my BeCM shorts over several weekends, I reluctantly took my Range Rover to the dealer...After not being able to diagnose/troubleshoot anything, they presented me with an estimate for over $6,600! (6 Grand U.S.!) I am asking for any thoughts, ideas, or experience related to testing/diagnosing the BeCM and Engine Fuse Box (Z238 and P125a) on a 1997 P38a...I accidentally shorted out a wire that was attatched to the hot side (non-fused/unprotected) of a fuse that was inserted in Fuse 7 position of the BeCM Fusebox.. Then the power windows, sunroof, locks, seats, mirrors, radio, and HVAC stopped working and the Dash displays Fuse 7/8/9/10/20/22 Failed....None are/were blown, Had the BeCM Remanufactured, istalled it...nothing had changed? So my thought is that the BeCM isn't getting power from the Eng. Fusebox because all the areas that do not work (p. wins,etc.) are the same areas that are showing as blown on the dash. In other words, internally it is sensing no power in those area that are fried in the Eng Fusebox that is feeding it...Any suggestions or ideas are going to be most appreciated!!!.Thanks a bunch, Brian Long\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 30-03-2020

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Repair Help & Product Troubleshooting for 1997 Land Rover Range Rover

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