[DML] Re: UPDATE TO THE UPDATE OF A COUPLE STRANGE QUESTIONS
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[DML] Re: UPDATE TO THE UPDATE OF A COUPLE STRANGE QUESTIONS



I had the same problem of no Lambda/FV power but it was caused by the 
relay had not been aligned (soldered) properly when the RPM relay was 
built.

I don't see a problem mounting inverted.  If you can find a Green 
case you can install the circuit board either way.

I sell a new solid state micro-processor controlled replacement 
circuit board if your interested....No relays to fail.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, mike clemens <rmclemns@...> wrote:
>
> Group,
> 
> Okay, either I'm the unluckiest guy I know, or Josh's
> car just plain hates me.  For the second time, I have
> run across something I have never seen or read about
> before.  But, the frequency valve is now working!! :-)
> 
> After many hours of trouble shooting and pouring over
> the wiring diagram, I finally figured it out.  It was
> the RPM relay.  I ordered a new one, but decided to
> open up the old one, just to look inside.  What I
> found was a first.  The little coil inside had broken
> loose from the contacts on the circuit board and was
> moving just enough to 'not' make contact when the coil
> closed.  Hence, no Lambda and hence no FV.  I
> re-soldered the connections and it is now working 4.0.
> 
> Now, here's my new question.  The relay was actually
> designed to mount upside down in the relay
> compartment, causing the little coil to put all its
> weight on those two soldered connections. (the circuit
> board only fits one way into the plastic case)  When I
> reinstalled it, I mounted it so it was right side
> up---does anyone see a problem with doing it this way?
>  (Elvis, I'm counting on you to have the answer)
> 
> Mike    TPS & BB    1630
> 
> 
>       
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