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I agree with Elvis. I've been all over that schematic, and a bunch of dead
governor boards. I don't see how in the world jump starting will kill the
circuit. From what I've seen it's old, tired caps and cold solder joints.
Mostly caused by heat and vibration over the course of 25 years or so.

VIN 3034

Jeff Angwin

On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 3:15 PM, Elvis Nocita <elvisnocita@xxxxxx> wrote:

> After about 10 repaired Governors and almost 20 years of
> electronics experience I still don't get why jump starting
> would kill the governor ?
> Welmoed - the caps dry out - they are not even connected
> to the 12V system !
> They never see that spikes that may be generated by "jump starting".
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