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Old 08-31-2021, 08:13 AM   #1
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My gauge cluster quit working and I was checking for blown fuse and all fuses were good but now it cranks over but will not start.Had the problem before with low voltage battery’s but after charging them and let it set a day it would go away and fire right up.
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Old 09-02-2021, 03:12 PM   #2
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First thing to check is spark and fuel pressure.

If both of them are good, next is the injector circuits.
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Clean all you battery connections.. leave them off.. follow the big red starter wire to solenoid and if it's not on starter.. Clean all wires there... I mean, electric contact cleaner, small round wire brushes to get inside eyelets.. and small flat to clean lugs and wires.. go ahead and replace solenoid, if not on starter.. then follow to starter and do the same.. they get very corroded over time and need careful cleaning.. then find you battery disconnect switches.. don't touch anything.. until you use cell phone with camera and flash and record all the wires connections... and there is a ton.. with all batteries disconnected at the battery.. start one at a time.. Clean each one and lugs.. remember you must record them because you never remember where they go.. I also used zip ties to tie them so I would not loose track.. the difference was amazing.. oh not done.. start on the grounds.. they are all over the place.. oh.. I forgot.. get some spray battery connection sealant.. it's like a red spray paint.. and after each set is done.. seal with that. Good luck let us know what you did and maybe better members then me will help you
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Usually when someone says “I was working on something” then it stopped working means go back and check what you did.
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All good now it was a bad battery,I disconnected shore power and battery was dead would not spin over .Still don’t have working fuel speed or tach ,is there 1 fuse that would knock them out
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