I have one good and one bad climate control module for a car and it’s stripped leaving behind the CPU, and various smd resistors and ceramic 1206 or smaller capacitors. But the bad module has one location for an SMD electrolyte capacitor with resistance about 32 ohms while the good module is about 5 ohms. I don’t understand why because I compared all the resistance values of every capacitor and resistors from the good and bad board while in circuit and they all look similar.
Would it be much quicker to just replace everything for the price instead of diagnosing it? I took several capacitors out of circuit and they were so small to handle but when I could get a good handle, the resistance values were zero. The problem with replacing every capacitor is identifying their values which causes my hesitation, but I opened a different question on this.