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water damaged board, no major corrosion, ran it through the ultrasonic anyway.
First problem with this board was g3h was 1.8V due to q7530 being shorted, after replacing it, g3h is now 12.6 as it should be.
Now i keep going in circles trying to trace down pm_slp_s4_l, i think i have it down to...
forgot to check back on this, yes the new battery worked perfectly, the board was still stuck thinking something was wrong with the heatsink, and i even tried a new heatsink when the same model came in, i gave up and bought a new board
forgot to mention, i did replace them as a pair, and the resistance does not change when i remove them both
i figured the cpu was bad, just wanted some kind of confirmation before i waste more time on it, thanks.
No signs of water damage at all.
q7100 burned and ruined the traces under it, so after scraping away the damage and making sure nothing was shorted, i soldered a new one upside-down stuck to L7100, and the fan spins!, until the new q7100 gets hot enough to melt the solder on it within a few...
all sensors pass in both versions of ASD, battery is bad due to water damage, with ASD failing the heatsink test and how most MacBooks don't care about the battery being connected, i did not think it was a problem, should i start with the battery then?
water damaged, works after cleaning but runs slow, fan stays at normal speed, ASD fails TIM test, something about heatsink not properly attached, can't find any obvious damage to the board, I'm lost as where to go from here.
picture of ASD Failure here...