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Old 10-15-2009, 02:05 PM   #21
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What you see in the schematic with labeling of PXXX is a pass through grommet, meaning the wires pass through the body. That'* the only thing I see.

When reading schematics
CXXX is a connector
SXXX is a splice
PXXX is a pass through grommet
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Old 10-15-2009, 02:28 PM   #22
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Ahh, is that what those mean? I never took electronics.
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The beauty of the FSM'* is you really don't need to. In the FSM are all the symbols, explaintions of how to test things and use items like a multimeter etc etc. Really it lays it out very well for someone with no expierience. The toughest part is finding the section and reading up on it.

And those of us with 97 books know finding the section in the abortion year of manuals is quite tough many times.
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Big pain, I like the electronic one much better.
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Did another little test this morning. Shut the car off, then started it, then turned off the WSS, had a even burn out. I even turned a little to try and get the tires to switch sides, but still looks even. Not sure why when I shut down the right side I still have traction control on the left tire. I did two burn outs like that and both were the same. But it would seem shutting down the left WSS it works fine, I've done 2 burn outs like this and both were the same, even wheel spin.
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A little more rubber and that black top should be good for another season.
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Ya, starting to look like a dragaway. Nice having a long private driveway.
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lol by the time you get the switch and wiring figured out youll be due for another set of tires for the front hehe
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That front set is shot, that'* why I'm burning them up.
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lol good tyres for testing lol
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