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  1. Thread: Electrical

    by LLC5
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    It sounds like the ground for your gauge assembly...

    It sounds like the ground for your gauge assembly is missing, check all your wire connectors and pins on the gauge assembly.
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    It's possible that the pin connector for the...

    It's possible that the pin connector for the blower motor, where it comes through the metal base, was touching the body of the blower motor with the harness connected.
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    Good info. Always keep the fuse as close as...

    Good info.

    Always keep the fuse as close as possible to the battery source.
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    Holy hell, absolutely no scotch locks. Ever. ...

    Holy hell, absolutely no scotch locks. Ever.

    You should use a 30A rated relay to power your water pump. Solder and heat shrink all wire connectors or use quality tape and pull it tight.

    Do...
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    Beats the hell out of lithium batteries for sure....

    Beats the hell out of lithium batteries for sure.

    Enjoy the ride.
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    Good to have you.

    Good to have you.
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    Just make sure that the two separate wires aren't...

    Just make sure that the two separate wires aren't plugged on backwards.
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    Yes, but I would remove it first and turn it by...

    Yes, but I would remove it first and turn it by hand to see if it moves freely.

    Does the blower motor have 2 wires or one wire going directly in to it?
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    FYI, do NOT install a larger fuse than...

    FYI, do NOT install a larger fuse than recommended by the vehicle.
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    Unplug the blower motor connections and see if...

    Unplug the blower motor connections and see if the short disappears.
  11. Thread: Fng

    by LLC5
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    Welcome FNG... Always gotta start...

    Welcome FNG...

    Always gotta start somewhere....:)
  12. Help! Ok, I wasn't what sure what year GM switched to...

    Ok, I wasn't what sure what year GM switched to grounding the field circuit of the motor windings through the switches.

    Good info.
  13. Help! Diagnosis is in order first. Find out what you...

    Diagnosis is in order first. Find out what you are missing at the motor, battery positive or battery negative. I believe your master switch grounds one side of the circuit in the neutral position,...
  14. Drive it for fun. Keep the expenses low.

    Drive it for fun. Keep the expenses low.
  15. Hopefully that hardtop is one strong unit with...

    Hopefully that hardtop is one strong unit with matching exterior covering, it is going to get very hot, even with the vents.
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    I suppose that it could be, check it with...

    I suppose that it could be, check it with compressed air.
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    Help! No, the left sensor is in the left side exhaust...

    No, the left sensor is in the left side exhaust and the right side is in the right side exhaust. However, the wire harness connectors cross over the pipes and are on the opposite sides, NOT the...
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    Not likely unless it burned some wires or vacuum...

    Not likely unless it burned some wires or vacuum hoses.
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    Yes some OEM harmonic balancers have a very...

    Yes some OEM harmonic balancers have a very slight wobble at hot idle.
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    Want some better advice? Don't use an icon or...

    Want some better advice? Don't use an icon or "heart" to buy parts.

    Do some research with your VIN number and get the correct part. Your local dealership can help by giving you the correct part...
  21. The Unions always want more to justify their...

    The Unions always want more to justify their existence.

    Why workers vote down a pay raise is beyond me.
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    What do you mean by sticky clutch? After itís hot...

    What do you mean by sticky clutch? After itís hot and a high rpm run over 4-5000 rpms or all the time?
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    Help! Got any pictures?

    Got any pictures?
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    Nice. I'll take the black one.

    Nice. I'll take the black one.
  25. Thread: Tires

    by LLC5
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    Question: Technically no. Any tire 7-10 years old should...

    Technically no. Any tire 7-10 years old should not be driven regularly. That is why you should check the born on date on any new tire you purchase.

    I would not drive on 16-17 year old tires.
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