I have a 2008 Sport Trac with a dying PCM whose symptoms overwhelmingly suggest that it has one or more bad electrolytic capacitors. It's likely to be an easy repair... assuming I can figure out how to get the case opened without damaging it.
I "get" the general theme... use heat to soften the glue/sealant, then pry it apart... but the devil's in the details... like, "the temperature that's hot enough to soften it, without melting or warping the plastic connector shrouds". I need ideas for how to go about getting it opened up without damaging it.
Also... when I'm all done... what do I need to buy so I can re-seal it up the same way? It obviously won't do me a lot of good to fix today's problem, only to have it die "for real, and for good" 3-9 months from now due to moisture getting inside.