Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Bryant, Arkansas
GREAT NEWS! Don't drive it until you get the new r/r. And if for some reason you have to, disconnect the r/r.
I'm just guessing at this, but there is a chance that the fault.pdf is referring to voltages much greater that .2V.
As to following the diagram, it looks like there are a couple of connectors between the r/r and the ignition switch. One is for the rear brake light switch and junction box, and the other is front brake light, tach, and horns. Chances are that the extra resistance is coming from a connector, Although that value is low enough it could just be excess low gauge wiring. What gauge wire is it?
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