F10 IVM modification

Ok this is a picture of a IVM on a F10,,,,the IVM supplies power to the DME for the injectors and ignition coils,,,now by chance you might have short circuit one of the ignition coils or power to a injector the IVM might be your problem.will this is a little trick,,,you can cut the top off and you can see regular fuses inside,,,,just replace the blown fuse and you are ready to go again,,,instead of buying a whole new IVM.

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11 Responses to F10 IVM modification

  1. Richard Behn says:

    One would wonder what they were thinking when they sealed that shut. Why did the fuse blow?


  2. jc says:

    I’ll have to file this one away. Interesting.


  3. TT says:

    Should I have power on pins 5 and 6 of that 6 pin connector on the IVM when the ignition is on? I am not seeing power there and so am about to try to cutoff the top to inspect. But because it is both pins it seems more that it might be a faulty relay, because I think they are driven off of the same relay. Your insight would be greatly appreciated.


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