Date: Sun, 01 May 2005 03:31:48 +0100 From: Pooh Bear <rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com> Subject: Re: 9000 Loom uprate - ideas and comments?
Dexter J wrote: > Salutations: > > On Sat, 30 Apr 2005 23:14:17 +0100, Pooh Bear > <rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com> wrote: > > Dexter J wrote: > > > >> Salutations: > >> > >> I think I am about to start pulling my loom and relays to check them > >> over > >> for fit, finish , conductivity and function. Anyone have a really good > >> source for a complete schematic for a 1993 9000 Aero? > > > > Many of the connectors are specific to the item they connect to. The > > Bosch air > > mass sensor comes to mind for some reason. > > > > If you do want to replace connectors where you can - bear in mind that > > auto > > connectors are designed for an aggressive enveronment. Only military / > > aerospace types are likely to outperform them. > > > > Graahm > > I have a supply of commercial Marine gear handy being I live on the Port > of Halifax. I wonder if the answer is to look at somehow gel sealing base > connections themselves as I clean them. Not the heavy multi-pin stuff of > course, I'm pretty sure they will be happy with a heavy contact clean and > a light silicon oil - but some of the single and double pin stuff attached > to the sensors might benefit... > > Like I said - I *really* only want to do this once if possible. MIL connectors work by sealing out the shit. That's why they're pricey. Many auto connectors do a good job too. Guess you'll have to make your own decision, bearing in mind you can't replace unit specific connections that ate pretty 'hardened' anyway. Graham