[DML] Inertia switch and roll
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[DML] Inertia switch and roll



Thank you,
David Delman 

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1.1. Re: My fan made it all the way Through the day, but my fan belt didn 
From: dmenkhaus@xxxxxxxx
1.2. Re: My fan made it all the way Through the day, but my fan belt didn 
From: Stephen Rice

2.1. Re: Radio Interference 
From: James


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1.1. Re: My fan made it all the way Through the day, but my fan belt didn
Posted by: "dmenkhaus@xxxxxxxx" dmenkhaus@xxxxxxxx dmenkhau
Date: Fri Jul 6, 2012 7:05 am ((PDT))

Oh I definitely agree I want the inertia switch functioning! Need to find out if that is actually what is jumped first of course, and why, but that will definitly get attention. The ground enhancement(s) sound good too.

Doogie

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From: "Welmoed" <welmoedj@xxxxxxxxx>
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Date: Fri, 06 Jul 2012 13:41:52 
To: <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: [DML] My fan made it all the way Through the day, but my fan belt didn't

If they have "bridged" the ground then it still is the same "overloaded" ground that existed from the start.

You probably won't roll the car over, but if that happens you would be glad there's something in between fuel pump and ground that shuts off the pump.

You also may not want the ground as it is now, so IMHO it still is a sound plan to do what Dave M. did and improve the ground on the fuel pump while in the same operation improving the reliability of the dash instruments.

Welmoed.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Doug Menkhaus" <dmenkhaus@...> wrote:
> I will definitely look into the grounding of the inertia switch, but I
> believe it might actually by disconnected. I have a wire harness dangling
> from above my left foot that has a homemade jumper installed in lieu of
> whatever it used to be plugged into. I suspect it might be the inertia
> switch. On the list. (same list as the sending unit and the water pump belt
> I'm afraid! J)
> Thanks,
> 
> Doogie





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1.2. Re: My fan made it all the way Through the day, but my fan belt didn
Posted by: "Stephen Rice" stevedmc@xxxxxxxxx stevedmc1982
Date: Fri Jul 6, 2012 7:07 am ((PDT))

I believe Hervey is about to start selling new fuel sending units for
$89. I would give him a call, or email, and talk to him about getting
one.

-Steve Rice
#16510

On Fri, Jul 6, 2012 at 8:17 AM, Doug Menkhaus <dmenkhaus@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Actually, the fuel gauge issue I have is the sending unit is no good.





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2.1. Re: Radio Interference
Posted by: "James" james.a.wallen@xxxxxxxxxxx eagleco94
Date: Fri Jul 6, 2012 7:14 am ((PDT))

Driving a 350,000 Euro armored car in Europe for a year recently I had a passenger that regularly listened to an AM station. It really helped keep an eye on my driving because the interference was in direct proportion to RPM's. If we needed to move and fast, everyone in the car knew it. You may just have to live with some AM interference. FM was fine, but I am amused that a car 10-20 times the value had a similar issue.






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