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Old 05-23-2019, 09:56 AM
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Multiple posters have discovered that the POSITIVE jump point is loose causing all types of issues. I would recommend, as everyone else has, remove the positive nut, cleaning all contact surfaces and reinstalling. I would also recommend removing the battery, cleaning all terminal ends and ground contacts in the trunk as any POOR negative grounds will create all kinds of electrical hell within the vehicle up to and including part failures and low voltage relays, and modules failures.

The parts under the hood have been exposed to high heat soaks, water spray, and general corrosion for the past 15 years. Give everything a wrench turn after cleaning.

Voltage drop Test listed below
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