Re: NAA or Jubilee

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Posted by Bruce(OR) on August 27, 2022 at 17:45:24 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: NAA or Jubilee posted by Ron on August 27, 2022 at 11:17:30:

Or it could be a lousy ground connection on the machine.
I know that you already visually looked at the battery connections and decided they are fine and dandy.
I find it somewhat amusing when I ask people if they actually took them apart to clean them or "just looked and NO don't need cleaning..."
then come to find out that Gee! They were corroded.

Oh. That click might be the solenoid having enough juice to make it "click" but not enough amperage available to turn it over.
But that might be, perhaps, possibly, say it ain't so, corroded battery terminals to start with.
Since those are no longer a problem, hope you checked the cable ground connection on the machine. Yes, it's fun when THAT one bites you.
Peace be with you.
Wanna trade problems? I have a Ford 850 that hasn't run for about 20 years.
Your problem is cheap compared to mine.
However mine is for sale as fast as it is running.


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