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Unread 05-19-2014, 04:48 PM   #21
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Unread 05-19-2014, 04:51 PM   #22
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Probably wouldn't hurt to put new ring ends on all the small wires, they all look a little burnt. Cleaning the large ones really well should suffice for those.
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Ok which wires do I need off so I don't get zapped
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Disconnect the main pos. and neg. connections at the battery pack.
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and when reattaching wires on Solenoid... make sure they don't touch
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So it'd be +from #1 and -from #6
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yes .. also use a 36v Solenoid ...not a 12v automotive Solenoid
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Haha. Yea I remember that part from my previous researching.
OK pos off #1 and neg off #6 I should be clear to move about the cabin and take that solenoid out right
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Dat one UGLY solenoid.....mine was on fire and didn't look that bad.....
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yes your good to go ... while your disconnected , do a check on the v-glide if its dirty then clean it with emery cloth
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