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JFairman JFairman is offline
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thanks for the laugh this morning Mark..

It's kinda funny cause I've been there with that thing.

I opened mine up a year or so ago and it also looked like new inside before figuring out the male round electrical pins on it needed a little scraping to remove some of the invisable corrosion or whatever that grew on them over the last 25 years to make it work right again.

I had already installed a hidden backup switch that bypasses the entire over engineered and layered fuel pump relay circut that stretches from the front trunk relays, to relays under the driver seat, and continues with more relays and switches in the engine compartment.

That electrical stuff is unreliable after 20 years and like an upside down oil filled ignition coil mounted on the fan housing waiting to leak and burn out.. will leave you stranded in a bad place some day, it's just a matter of when.
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