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Thread: The Fuse Box Mysteries: Overloaded Circuit

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    OK, Here's The Skinny

    Matt P diagnosed the culprit as a faulty turn signal relay.
    Replaced the part and I am on my way.
    There's a reason Airheads turn to him.

    And he pracrically lives next door. Lucky me.
    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manitou_Commando View Post
    Matt P diagnosed the culprit as a faulty turn signal relay.
    Replaced the part and I am on my way.
    There's a reason Airheads turn to him.

    And he pracrically lives next door. Lucky me.
    Great news! But how did he do it??
    1973 R75/5
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebeeby View Post
    Great news! But how did he do it??
    You might be able to read about that in the ON in a few months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebeeby View Post
    Great news! But how did he do it??
    I asked Matt about his process and in his usual understated way, he just said he started at the front and worked through all the circuits until he came to the turn signal relay.
    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    You might be able to read about that in the ON in a few months.
    You know, I have throught the same thing! But he usually writes about far more interesting stuff.
    Rick

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