Date: Sun, 5 Nov 2000 12:13:18 +0100
From: Wilko Krautter <wilko.krautternopsamnet>
Subject: Re: electronic problems with '94 9000CSE


In article <3a0436cc$0$1592$23c96b10nopsam.corecomm.net>, wkienzlenopsam.com says... > This sounds like a problem with a ground/earth connection (or would that be > "Erdung"?) A bad connection could cause this and could be just about > anywhere in the car. Are the lights that come on when they are not supposed > to dimmer than when they are normally on? No, they are at normal intensity, just as normal running lights. > This would indicate that > electricity that should be going to ground is flowing back through these > other circuits instead. > > Since replacing this "contact plate" (I can't quite picture what this might > be) It the part, that is turned by turning the ignition key and manages the electric connections to all the different parts... > solves the problem for awhile, it might not be installed proplerly or > some contacts may come loose after awhile. You might also check the items > that connect to it, making sure that the other ends are connected properly. Sounds like very time-consuming :-( But thanks for your help... Wilko Krautter >

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