Someone has documented this on a website to locate the faulty ECS. I just don't recall where. But it's more likely the front two struts. Just remove the cover and examine the wire harness. You may need to pull back some of the plastic shielding to find your break. Once you've located the problem, solder a new piece of wire in. The originals are too tight and it'll just break apart again if you don't add the new piece of wire in. Basically you're extending the length of the wire so it won't be stressed.
I almost missed locating my break only because it was hidden in the shielding! Again, not a tough job.
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