Re: [DML] Relay clicking with my AC on.
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Re: [DML] Relay clicking with my AC on.



It's also important to remember that the battery is in the compartment 
just below all that electrical stuff, and it is NOT sealed in between 
the compartments. In normal operation there is a fair amount of acid 
fumes that make their way into the compartment. This is very corrosive 
to not only the fuse blades, but all the other contacts in that area.

This makes a good reason for an Optima battery, or a BMW-style wet 
battery that is vented outside the car with a small hose directly from 
the battery. Although I'm not sure there's a style of that one that 
fits.

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, <delornut@xxxx> wrote:
> As the blades on the fuses age they collect corrosion or dirt. That 
reduces
> the conductive area of the blade and as the area of conductivity  gets
> smaller it creates resistance which builds heat. You can clean all the
> Blades occasionaly or simply install new fuses.
> 
> Bruce Benson
> 
> 
> > You aren't the first person I have heard mention replacing all of 
the
> fuses.
> > Why do some recommended this?  Fuses are not wearable items.
> >
> > Greg






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