- Dec 31, 2014
Oh, on the injectors, the stock LT1 injectors were tossed during the swap and Bosch style from Fuel Injection Connection were installed.
I would think it would take at least a minute for 'new' gas to even reach the fuel injectors.
IIRC it won't light the bulb and work correctly with both the resistor and idiot light in the circuit. Perhaps someone else can correct me if I'm wrong.Ultimately I’d like to have a functional idiot light and a gauge but have some redundancy to the exciter wire so I won’t loose charging if the bulb burns out.
From a standpoint of basic theory, that should be the case.IIRC it won't light the bulb and work correctly with both the resistor and idiot light in the circuit. Perhaps someone else can correct me if I'm wrong.
You can always try adding a few bits of solder to each side of the light bulb, so it’s more tightly secured.1. Its not the dash bulb that's burnt. Instead its the printed circuit on the back of the inst cluster. Its worn I suppose and the socket wont maintain good contact. Same condition is affecting intermittent function of other dash bulbs such as the left turn indicator. Not sure how to fix this but at least I know this printed circuit wont be a reliable source for regulator triggering.
2. The connector on the back of the alternator is not maintaining reliable contact. It's probably a poor quality connector and I plan to replace it with a better quality one.
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