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Originally Posted by Alan L View Post
Your previous post sounds like near perfect tune - more or less - ie no major issues with WUR/airleaks etc. The crimp terminal deal was never going to fix things. The hot wire means you are drawing lots of juice. The poor crimp wouldn't let you do that. It suggests you may have an intermittent short somewhere. A ***** to detect. But you need to measure the amperage on that wire when it is hot, and you need to find where it goes to.
Alan
Thats a good idea, I should go back to that. The wire wasn't getting hot any more, so I figured the issue was gone.

Next time it starts up, I will let it run and see if it gets hot again...
Old 09-09-2014, 05:00 AM
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