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    Quote Originally Posted by The FLU farm View Post
    I'd use the clamp-on meter if I wanted to know. Every connection in an electrical system is a potential problem source, so the fewer the better, I think.
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    I cut mine out in a fit of rage last year. Perhaps that was a self inflicted gunshot to the foot, but I loath clutter and poorly installed systems, so for me it simplified the diagnostic procedure.
    Being not too smart, I always avoided and tried to steer clear of electrical issues (where possible).

    Like FLU farm says:

    - Just SO many places to search for "the" problem!

    It'll wear a body out.


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    I just got off 6 months on and off trying to chase down a no start condition on a 1987 Bronco with fuel injection that had been parked since 2000. I had to do a frame repair so the body had to be removed which probably didn help. I learned far more than I ever wanted to know about diagnosing harness, electrical and fuel injection problems. The SEE even with STE/ICE harness in place is simple compared to that ford. About the only saving grace is Ford color codes their harnesses (but they don't put the little white numbers on the wires near the terminal points). IMHO vehicles being sold off the lot today are going to be scrapped due to obsolete software before they wear out.
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    Sounds like fun, peakbagger. I hope you rinsed out the fuel system really well.

    Without even having to touch anything electrical, except for charging the battery, I'm arguing with a small generator that has been sitting since 2011. This excuse for gasoline we get these days has been keeping me busy lately.
    Yesterday I drained the last 100 gallons out of a transfer tank in preparation for filling it with ethanol free 91 octane, which I hope will last a bit longer.

    The vehicles running on that 2017 fuel (liberally treated with Sta-Bil) are really starting to show their displeasure. Now I need to figure out what to do with 100 gallons of stale "gas".

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