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Old 09-01-2008, 10:25 AM
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Hi guys ,Im new to this site. i thought id put my 2 cents in. Ok when you cross the relay terminals, all your basically doing is by passing the ign. switch and the key. A buddy w/ a 70 charger had the same deal happen to him the other day. wouldnt start , cross the terminals bang. if you pull all the connectors from the bulk head connector and then pull the bulk head from the inside, i bet youll find so much corrosion on the inside of the female ends that you arent getting a good conection. if so puta teaspoon of arm and hammer baking soda in a aliminum pie pan w/ 1/2 deep water, put the whole bulkhead fitting face down in it.let it fizz up for like 4 min. if it doesnt fiz add more soda. pull it out then from the back side of the bulk head fitting blow air w/ gun to totally dry it out or use heat gun on low setting to dry it out. then use a tooth pick, put a small amount of vaseline on all the terminalsto seal them from corrosion and put it all back together , my buddy did this and the car fires everytime now. no prob. I hope that thi helps and is the prob.
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Old 09-01-2008, 06:39 PM
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did you pull the bulk head plug and look at the back side of the plug? corrosion can build on the back side as well. thats where teh connection break was at on my buddys car.
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