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I would recommend that you look in the CUCV Modification forum. Search for engine swaps, there will be a multitude of threads on the various engines and transmissions that have been swapped in for the 6.2
CUCV Hot Rodding and Modifications
Caps do dry out and go leaky. This will certainly cause issues of they are not good.
I had to replace the caps on my alternators. The hash emanating from them rendered the HF and up into the lower portions of the VHF spectrum useless.
New caps made a big difference but there was still one more...
Skinny is correct.
The capacitor is there to suppress possible electrical noise or "hash" emanating from the alternator. The alternator will work with or without it.
The capacitors inline with the wiper motor wires are there for the same reason.
We have had enough of the negative postings. Unless you have something nice to say or relevant to the original posting, keep it to yourself.
From the Site Rules:
Do not post material that is intended to bait others to a conflict.
If you are looking for new wiring, these people have been recommended before by other members as a source for custom made wires and associated terminals.
Best Boat Wire
I have made numerous high current cables and other wiring needs for my projects and work using materials found here:
Once again, check you battery connections... not just your MV but your POV as well.
Load test your batteries, if you don't have the equipment to test, find someone that does. Even if you need to pay a few bucks, do it!
For many of us, winter is coming, test and replace any questionable items...
I agree with Ray. Dealing with the call center is useless. Every time I called them, they said its all good, only to get a rejection letter a few days later.
Recently I had an issue with getting a new custom Historical Military Vehicle tag for my M1008.
A trip to Harrisburg and the issue was...
I would like to thank Rick as well.
He has helped me with numerous CUCV related projects. Recently he returned an item to me that I had given to him by mistake. I needed it back and he was more than willing to return it.
Thank you Rick!!
Multi Use Radio Service
There are five MURS channels and the channels are either 11.25 kHz or 20.00 kHz each. The channel frequencies and (bandwidth) are:
151.820 MHz (11.25 kHz)
151.880 MHz (11.25 kHz)
151.940 MHz (11.25 kHz)
154.570 MHz (20.00 kHz)
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