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Guest Message by DevFuse

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wiring trouble in wagon (80 wagon with 83 wiring harness)

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#1 Ratty2Austin


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Posted 11 November 2003 - 11:44 PM

ok, so troy's wagon has no power still... we have found a plug that was not plugged in, but they have different ends on them. in my 80 wagon there is a jumper that someone made for it and it works... but in troys, we made one and we cant figure out why the car is still not getting power at all...

does anyone know about this part of the wiring?
please! this is soo frustrating!


this pic is what i am having trouble with, and the wires between my fingers- (between the 2 white plugs) are what we stuck in there with connectors to try to get it to work

#2 Mr. Carb

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Posted 12 November 2003 - 02:16 AM

Have you tried testing the "bad battery" yet? try putting it in another car and see if it works there..... or try moving the battery connectors to get a good connection, if I remember right, we had that problem when we first went to start it when it had the ea71 engine in it.

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