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    Voltmeter click?

    I have not done it yet, but hope to get to it this weekend like you. It's just a switch so polarity doesn't matter right?
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    Voltmeter click?

    I got these from eBay, but have not installed yet.
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    Voltmeter click?

    I think you nailed it with the temp sensor. Ordering a new one: General Motors 10045847 Wires were probably touching while breaking and turning because there was no clicking when stationary. Thanks for your help!
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    Voltmeter click?

    Thanks for the advice. The solenoid connections are tight and I replaced that in the fall with a new one. I'll look up again how to check if it's functioning properly. Is there a possibility that a failing alternator could cause the solenoid to freak out? Sounds like I should poke around...
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    Voltmeter click?

    Normally there's a click when the voltmeter gets up to proper voltage. I know it's not the voltmeter clicking, but I don't know what causes the click. I'm posting because today the click was stuttering and often. Every time breaking or turning. Seems like a loose wire or connection, but I...
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