[DML] Re: holding buttons - effect on electrical system (David DeLorean)
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[DML] Re: holding buttons - effect on electrical system (David DeLorean)

Because you're burning up your motors....

I could make a joke about letting go of the switch, but there is a
real potential problem here: If a switch isn't positioned correctly in
the console, it can bind and not spring back when you release it.
Clearance between the console and the fiberglass spine is extremely
tight -- you've got to position the wiring harness and connectors
carefully for the switches to seat properly.

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddelorean" <daviddelorean@...>
> Why is it that when you continue to hold your electric window buttons 
> after the windows are in position, the volts drops sharply and the 
> headlights get dim. This isn't just on DMCs but all cars.

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