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Old 08-24-2018, 09:05 PM   #29
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...................back to the scheduled programming.

Found my problem. When the valve body was lowered down, and disassembled on the bench, further inspection of the internal wiring harness showed the exposed wire grounding on the valve body. The repair was done, and just for precautions, the C3 pressure switch was changed out as well. New gaskets and new filters, even though they only had around 6200 miles on them.

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Outstanding!!
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Old 08-24-2018, 10:34 PM   #32
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Sorry to grab your thread Andy, bbbut you weren't using it at the time.

Good to hear you got your problem taken care of, and thanks for sharing.

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It was a little rude, but apology accepted. I'm glad you are not my niehbor, because I typically leave the keys in my cars while they are in my driveway.
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That was quite a leap from thread hi-jacker to car thief. Your vehicles have nothing to fear from me.

It was a good informative thread though, my thanks to Andy and all who contributed.

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