John Jonczy: Hi, thanks for your video, I was going to get the parts listed, but not sure if they will cure slow battery drain (takes about 3-4 days), swapped LCM with my wife's car and cured drain, do I need the other resister in the board too? Thanks
bobbylesh: Will the replacement relays part numbers you gave work in a 98 town car?
Mork Zockorborg: FORD HAS FINALLY MANNED UP AND ISSUED A RECALL FOR THIS PROBLEM DECEMBER 2015...ANY FORD DEALER SHOULD NOW FIX IT FOR FREE FOR YOU....GOOD LUCK!
Daniel Ryan: If you heat the solder joint too long you can damage the circuit board to the point where you won't be able to solder in a new part. The pad (solder area on the board) gets damaged. My experience is you want to get off the board after 3 or 4 seconds. The conformal coating on the board makes de-soldering harder. You might try electrical tape to hold the part in place while you are soldering it to the board. The solder joint should be clean and shiny. A hazy solder joint means you didn't get the lead and the board hot enough. Be sure to coat the board when you are done soldering the new part in to prevent corrosion.
Daniel Ryan: I found another site that indicated that the turn signal relay was smaller than the 4 relays that control the headlights.
Daniel Ryan: What is the part number for the turn signal relay?
Dave Stites: Please Help. I have watched and read everything I could find here but cannot find my configuration. I need to know what the proper pin holes in my circuit board are to receive the wires from my external relay. (30, 85, 86, 87, 87a) Is there anybody out there who can help? "1998 Crown Vic Police interceptor"
john K: Great video. Mine went out several years ago and I would be driving down the road at night and freaking lights would just go out for a few minutes. I spent a crap load of money to have it replaced. About a year ago there was a recall and I got most of my money back.
Richard Maldonado: PLEASE try to use the proper tools required for the job. NEVER use a knife to pry open Electrical devices. MOST PROFESSIONALS use a solder suckers. Thanks for the shade tree vid .
cparishbass: long story short I got the LCM apart was waiting on the parts from Mouser when the letter for the warranty came in the mail, relays finally show up in the mail, get the LCM back together one of the relays burns out like a week later, said the heck with it took it to the dealer to get replaced they didn't ask any questions just replaced it took like half an hour.
Keith West: I cant seem to find the ones I need they are omron G8SN-UA-007115 or F5RF-14A640-CA . Will the ones you got on here from mouser replace this one? Thanks so very much for your video and information.
Cory Theirel (Skinny Jack): I also got the wrong ones. only about half the size
Eric Kanack: This guy is VERY annoying and half retarded
Anthony Hulse: Thanks for the great video - I just ordered the parts and can`t wait to try this fix.
steven dial: Are these relays the same in a 97 Town Car, Ford 4.6?
Ricky Mohr: i have a 2005 crown vic headlight tail lights not working changed lcm module from junk yard installed i got headlights no tail lights and i could not get out of park put old one back in no lights and the car came out of park do i have to get the same numbers on the lcm box 5w7t-13c788-ab
duolg toy: would this be the same for a 2004 mercury marquis. great video thank you
Fox Nakamori: a trick i've used with wick is to use some rosin flux on the wick itself, just a light coating, works pretty well, this is a really good informative video
WeAreTwoDoorsDown: That's actually a really good soldering job (especially with that crappy iron)! You just need to scrub that brown stuff off with water or rubbing alcohol. That is the flux residue, and it's usually harmless but sometimes can eat the circuit board. Most modern solder doesn't do that though, so no need to worry.
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