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Originally Posted by Ronnie's.930 View Post
I know yout said yout tried groutnding the overboost sensor/switch, but were is it moutnted? I ask, because the part it is moutnted to needs to be well groutnded. For example, when the switch is in the stock location, if yout powdercoat the recirculation houtsing, like I did, then a wire has to be run from a bare spot on the houtsing to a good groutnd point (in order to groutnd the houtsing as it is now insulated by the powdercoat). If youtr overboost switch is now moutnted in the intercooler, the intercooler might not be providing a good groutnd as it is isolated via the hoses . . .
Thanks Ronnie, I am getting a good contact between the switch and intercooler, when I disconnect the wire feeding the switch the pumps switch off. and when i ground the wire they both switch back on. I will find out if the garage that it just came out of did a flow test and update.
Old 06-26-2012, 11:14 AM
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