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Re: 98 exploder answer

To: ron fraser <rfraser@bluefrog.biz>
Subject: Re: 98 exploder answer
From: Steve Laifman <SLaifman@socal.rr.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 09:24:31 -0700

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ron fraser wrote:

>       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

Steve Laifman

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