On Mon, 24 Jul 2006 14:29:25 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Dude, I was working on cars before you were likelu born and I have
seen many many times want bad grounds can cause. When you have sudden
multiple unrelated failures it is most likley a grounding isses
because current will try to find another path to ground and do all
kinda of strange things sometimes. I am trying to help him find a cure
while you are just trying to shoot the messanger because you do not
understand his message. BTW, I have a electrical and mech engineering
background too do you?
Shooting blind is exactly what you've chosen to do. You have eliminated from
the list any observation of the wiring harness. If after finding it looking
normal, then TESTING each malfunctioning component, not just for ground but
for all circuits proper operation, is the next step.
"There are four boxes to be used in defense of liberty:
Did the dealer install provisions for an aftermarket alarm system?
The guys who go around the dealerships and install these systems often have
minimal skill and knowledge and their sloppy wiring/splicing can cause all
sorts of electrical gremlins.
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