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BTW, I thought the ECUs in my Impreza and our Camry were under the passenger's feet, inside the vehicle. Also the case on quite a number of other vehicles, but I have never actually researched this. Is this still the normal location?
From what I'm led to believe & understand, yes they are.

However, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

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Not sure bout the SG Foz (your model) but on mine the ECU is on the engine up near the brake booster. Not ideal but way better than a footwell lol
Not so sure about that mate.

In the engine bay, it could get swamped by a surge of water. In the footwell, that cannot happen, and the door seals should keep most water out of the vehicle in any case - other than being submerged; in which case none of it does much good - let the waters take the vehicle, and hope to live to recover from one's insurer!
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