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RE: 98 exploder answer

To: "'Gary'" <garywinblad@comcast.net>, <TLKSRHOME@aol.com>,
Subject: RE: 98 exploder answer
From: "ron fraser" <rfraser@bluefrog.biz>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 10:28:30 -0400
        The problem with newer cars is not always just the ohms of the
ignition wires.   The higher voltage ignitions that newer car have can find
the smallest imperfection to leak electrons and cause a miss fire.
        Another problem is the wires break down and start to generate RF
interference which puts noise into the sensor circuit and the computer.
The sensors and computer then read faults inputs.   Garbage in, garbage out.

Ron Fraser

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Subject: Re: 98 exploder answer

It is AMAZING how modern cars eat their wires.

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