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Old 01-10-2021, 08:51 PM   #31
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How good are the Calvert shocks?
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Old 01-16-2021, 01:11 PM   #32
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How good are the Calvert shocks?
You'll have to check back in, in a few months!
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Old 01-23-2021, 06:30 PM   #33
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Instead of watching it snow I decided to get some pre planning done....Here is an electrical print I made. Seems to simple, feels like I am missing alot. Let me know!

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Your starter wire looks like it's on the battery side of the cut off switch. That would leave a hot wire under the hood after the kill switch was thrown.

I'm a little confused here. Looks like two of stuff like fuel and water pump?
Remember that each of those relays has 4 terminals. You need 12 volts in, 12 volts from the switch to trip it, a ground and a wire to provide the power to the accessory.


EDIT Not two pumps, two relays. One looks like it's on the power side and one on the ground.
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Old 01-24-2021, 09:22 AM   #35
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Your starter wire looks like it's on the battery side of the cut off switch. That would leave a hot wire under the hood after the kill switch was thrown.

I'm a little confused here. Looks like two of stuff like fuel and water pump?
Remember that each of those relays has 4 terminals. You need 12 volts in, 12 volts from the switch to trip it, a ground and a wire to provide the power to the accessory.


EDIT Not two pumps, two relays. One looks like it's on the power side and one on the ground.
Yeah i think i have you confused because the symbol for a dc motor and a dc relay coil are the same. I will nomenclature them better to keep everyone from getting them mixed up
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Old 01-24-2021, 01:13 PM   #36
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https://i.postimg.cc/cLvpbsJ4/IMG-0137.jpg

I love the car but couldn't help but notice how well organized your garage is, LOL.
You can either have a well organized garage or one where stuff gets done.
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Old 01-24-2021, 01:59 PM   #37
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Yeah i think i have you confused because the symbol for a dc motor and a dc relay coil are the same. I will nomenclature them better to keep everyone from getting them mixed up
I'm interested in following this, so a new diagram would be appreciated. I wire stuff myself and always use too much wire but everything works. I make extensive use of relays.
Is your cut off switch external? If so the only way to kill power to that main distribution block is from the outside. There should be a master cut off within the drivers compartment to shut stuff down on one switch. I've used a push button 100 amp breaker - the big black things - for this. My main power now runs through a high amp continuous duty solenoid. A toggle switch activates it to apply power.
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you have a PM. thanks
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Snow slowed us down but we were able to wrap up the brakes lines this weekend.





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