Re: [DML] holding buttons - effect on electrical system
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Re: [DML] holding buttons - effect on electrical system



That is a good way to damage the Delorean's window motors since there  
is no limiter and the motors want to keep moving. It is like driving  
up to a brick wall with an automatic car just so the bumper touches  
it and then punch the gas, the car doesnt go anywhere but it  
struggles to move and puts one hell of a strain on the drivetrain.

Mark V



On Feb 9, 2008, at 11:22 AM, daviddelorean wrote:

> 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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