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ecu repair part nr 294 labeled F6.2 (1997 volvo 850 non turbo)

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hi there people, please, if someone would be so kind as to please share a photo of the  above mentioned ecu, but mostly a up close high as possible quality photo of the bottom of the ecu( the side where the cpu is not). im atempting to repair mine as it suffered a major short on the wiring of the maf sensor, ill attach a photo of what im seeking, please!!! 

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