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Please, don;t soak the module in alcohol. The modules have small electronic pulses in them and you can literally burn the whole truck down. I've witnessed this before and have fired a tech over them trying this. I understand the module is wet and pretty much toasted already, but soaking it in alcohol then re-installing can cause you to buy a whole new truck and not just a module.
Because the module got wet, I highly suggest replacing it and having it programmed to the truck. It isn;t the greatest news, I understand that, but once they get wet internally when there is power to them (which on trucks these days is nearly all the time anymore) they burn up. What burns up the quickest is the EEPROM chips in these modules for they don;t rest in the board, they rest on the board. Those in electronics/electricians/engineering (as I am in) will understand this, but those that don't will not. I will explain for you.
The chip that controls the switching on the board is a EEPROM chip. Most components are safe to get a little moisture, but these are not. They are the brains of the board. They also generate a lot of heat. So what the makers of the baors will do is they will install the chip, but it is above the board with a little bit of space under it. This is so air can flow all around it, even though the pins are attached to the board. Well, under that chip there is little vents in the plastic and the water will get under the chip, and then into the chip though that vent. That chip will burn op. Most boards have multiple chips for different functions. This is why some lights work and others don;t, but they are all interconnected through that module.
I suggest replacing the module and due to the water in the plugs, use a Electrical/Electronic connector spray from the aut parts store at about 9.99 for the can. It has no water and isn't high alcohol based. Rubbing alcohol is extremely flammable and doesn't evaporate fully. It leaves a film and hat is why it is highly recommended to not use in the automotive industry. Contact cleaner has oleic acid in it which is better to use. Rubbing Alcohol or Isopropyl Alcohol has a ethyl base to it and that is what will not evaporate away. Ethyl is also the flammable part of gasoline. You don;t want that flaming up in the cab while going 70 miles per hour down the road for someone can get seriously hurt.
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