Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2004 23:06:07 +0100
From: Grunff <grunffnospam.com>
Subject: Re: Anyone seen brother Grunff lately?


Paul Halliday wrote: > Great! :) Nah, really, you should take a break! I'd really, really like to... > Got a comment about my damn window? Where's the earth point "between the > handbrake and the ignition"? Apart from the obvious - is that the right > place? How's best to get at it? Can I ground the relay more effectively? Just read the thread. Hmmm. So you're saying that you've put an ohmeter between the motor terminal (the one that isn't +ve) and the chassis, but you get significant resistance with the switch on? What's the resistance? Is there a good ground at the switch connector on the incoming line (basically the wire that connects the switch to ground permanently)? What about on the outgoing line (the wire from the switch to the motor terminal)? I wouldn't remove the centre console just yet (but that's not ahuge job anyway) - it could be the switch or the switch connector. > What is the air speed velocity of a sparrow? ? Can I have some of what you're having? -- Grunff

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