Have started an attempt to repair a Passat ABS module. As per a Russian website, I found the common problem of two aluminum wirebonds broken that supply power to the board. My stereo microscope is seeing double so I used it mono and accidentally broke a gold wirebond next door. I almost had it made when I soldered a 30 ga jumper in but in trying to reposition the wire, the wirebond pad came off the board. Don't ask why I'm trying this; I'm trying to save 600 bucks or more. My last wirebond experience was as an engineer for the Pulsar watch back in 1976; I guess I'm a little rusty. Has anyone out there tried repairs to boards using silver conductive epoxy? There is a tiny spot left wheere the VIA is. I just ordered some epoxy from Mouser and I'm interested in any tips. Just to make working on this board more miserable, Bosch has a heavy gooey gel covering the chips and bonds. Nasty to remove without messing up.