Date: Sun, 06 Nov 2005 07:16:58 -0500
From: Malt_Hound <""Malt_Hound\"nospamm-me not*yahoo.com">
Subject: Re: airbag for 93 9000CSET


seog wrote: > "yaofeng" <yaofengchennospaml.com> wrote in message > news:1131234923.762608.266710nospam2000cwo.googlegroups.com... > >>9.9 volt constant? That can't be right. If it is 9.9 volt constant, >>you can't keep the SRS light not blinking. That's too low. > > > 9.x (varies) at startup. After that I don't pay much attention but I wll > from now on. Maybe the display is bad. > > No, that isn't how the voltage display works on the 9000 onboard displays. If you look at the voltage display on the onboard display before you start the car it will show the voltage charge of the battery. When you first start the car the display then shows the minimum voltage it measured during cranking. That would be your 9.x volts. If you then cycle through the info available and come back to voltage you will see the "running" voltage that is being output from the alternator while charging the battery. I don't east cheeseburgers (very often), smoke only cigars and I have not had been involved in an automobile collision in 30 years. Oh... and I am not in denial. -- -Fred W

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