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Old 09-19-2002, 02:26 AM   #11
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Thatí* the wiring secret. Oh and that explains the high price at the shop. LOL

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That'* right, Ty, and remember.....Electrician'* get into more shorts.
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That'* right, Ty, and remember.....Electrician'* get into more shorts.
HAHA-too funny!!
Ok-I've done the wiggling of stuff and wires--but--I didn't wiggle the connector going through the firewall, never even occured to me. I'm going to do that on sunday and I'll let you guys know what happens w/that.
BTW--sometimes when the compass does come on(more then the dic)it'* very dim--like the connector isn't fully engaged.
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Ok--I wiggled the hell out of the firewall connector--no luck.:(
today while driving home, the compass came on very dimly. When it used to do that before-I used to bang on the dash to see what would happen-and it always made the display go right back out.
Any other suggestions?
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Drive your car to Oregon. I wanna look at it. I never run from a challenge. I'm gonna re-read these posts, pull out my schematics, and get back to you right after somebody else solves the problem. Stay tuned.
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LOL! Road trip!!!
I wish I could.
This electrical stuff is aggravating me!!
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