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Thread: Engine start troubles

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    If you're comfortable with the idea, I'd considering going ahead and replacing the female terminals at the end of the wires that hook on to the resistor. I did when this happened to me, as mine were both really loose, and even after rigorous cleaning, still dirty.
    -Mike
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    I may end up doing just that. When I went to check the terminals, it seemed loose, but not so much dirty. Id rather it have a tight connection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88Ngone View Post
    I may end up doing just that. When I went to check the terminals, it seemed loose, but not so much dirty. Id rather it have a tight connection!
    You can also squeeze them a little tighter with some pliers. Just don't squeeze so tight that they won't go back on the resistor.
    -Mike
    1981 DeLorean, Carb LS4 swap completed
    1999 Corvette, cam/headers/intake manifold, 400 rwhp
    2005 Elise, stock
    2016 Chevy Cruze

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