[DML] Re: Ignition Resisitor Relay..
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[DML] Re: Ignition Resisitor Relay..



It isn't that complicated a circuit. The Blue/Yellow wire from the
starter goers to 85 on the relay (instead of the middle of the
resistor). That is the coil of the relay which grounds through the
black wire from 86. The NO contacts 87 and 30 short out 1/2 of the
ballast resistor with the other blue/yellow and white wires. That
blue/yellow wire from the starter is only supposed to have 12 volts
during cranking. As Martin points out this is also power for the cold
start valve.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



-- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Hervey" <john@...> wrote:
>
> Marc, If you have seen what I have seen over the years you would
understand
> how the relay could energize. 
> When those large contacts in the starter solenoid start loosing
there copper
> and it mixes with grease you don't have a carbon path but you have
enough of
> a mixture of copper to conduct electricity to energize a relay. It only
>








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