Re: [DML] Re: Overheating in the fuse/relay compartment
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Re: [DML] Re: Overheating in the fuse/relay compartment



DaDoc wrote:

>Martin,
>
>I didn't mention it, but the connectors have all been cleaned, deoxidised and then sprayed with electronic component cleaner before reconnecting.
>
>Still, the problem persisted.
>

Re-fitting eyelet crimps also re-connects the wire to the connector, 
which is also a source of corrosion buildup. If you're happy with spade 
terminals, stick with them, but do re-crimp the connectors with new ones.

Martin


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