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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-27-2008, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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Need a junction box

Or instructions on how to replace a bad diode. If anyone has either, please shoot me a pm.

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Diode?

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Saturn Plum/55 Tbird red.
Accel Coils.Mangacore wires.Corbin Seat.
Cobra exhaust.Jetted to 1.1 lamda.
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Diode?
That controls the headlamp - keeps it from turning on until the ignition is on. I've routed around that with my current wiring harness, but am thinking that maybe there's a larger problem with the harness and want to replace it.
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Intersting. I need to check that out. Didnt know that even existed.

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Saturn Plum/55 Tbird red.
Accel Coils.Mangacore wires.Corbin Seat.
Cobra exhaust.Jetted to 1.1 lamda.
Wide levers,cushy grips, All steel lines....
Actually, I've changed more stuff then I can remember.
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id just bypass the junction box and put in an inline fuse then u could have an on/off switch... i did that to mine when i rewired it.

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id just bypass the junction box and put in an inline fuse then u could have an on/off switch... i did that to mine when i rewired it.
I did with the current wiring harness (minus the inline fuse) - but getting the wire out of the connector was a pain in the patooties. I was kinda hoping to keep everything in one piece this time.
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