Rust hole below pcm
So I found a spot in my inner fender that rotted through to the inside of the engine bay. I can see the bottom of my pcm through it, so its kind of a priority to get it plugged up, and I'm looking at my options of doing so before it gets wet. I have some 10 gauge steel laying around, I can cut out a section of the wheel well and patch it with that, or should I not even bother and just use some of that great stuff spray insulation? Or both?
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Originally Posted by elcorvino View Post
Originally Posted by ScottD16 View Post
I would cut it out and get all the rust out and then weld in the 10ga like you said. Then spray it and call it good.
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