Re: [DML] DeLorean Capacitors
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Re: [DML] DeLorean Capacitors

Bill, do you even read post from other members?
No one said that those capacitors do not exist. No one said that you were 
wrong that they are there. There is no need to take pictures.

I tried to explain why there are there and that even cars made today have 
them but they are now hidden inside other components.

DeLorean does NOT have an excessive number of capacitors. They are just in 
plain view.

Capacitors do not indicate any flaw in the ground side as they have nothing 
to do with it. Try to understand what capacitors do.

Whoever wrote the original Rules of this list did not expect that someone 
might be very wrong and would not accept corrections from others. Who 
would've guessed that someone might flood the list with repeated posts on 
the same subject stating the same wrong opinions and trying to prove them by 
pretending to not understand other's corrections. Like in the case of 
someone doubting the existence of the capacitors. By proving that they are 
there you just prove that you don't understand their function and you don't 
listen to others.

Greetings from Poland!
Tom Niemczewski
Vin 6149 plus 2418, 3633, 5030, 16473, 17086
Google earth: 52°25'17.66"N, 21° 1'58.40"E

> There are actually a dozen or so capacitors in the original harness. As 
> hot as it is, I may take pictures of every one just for the perverse 
> pleasure of proving doubters wrong (yet again).

> DeLoreans have an excessive number of capacitors (IMHO).
> All those capacitors indicate a fundamental flaw in the electrical system, 
> on the ground side (IMHO).
> Whoever wrote the original Rules of the List, which explicitly state 
> "Personal impressions ... or personal experiences are especially welcome", 
> was far more open minded than some of its current members (IMHO).
> Bill Robertson
> #5939 


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