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Old 09-05-2009, 01:40 PM   #5
nachos23
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I'd suggest a bad connection likely in @ one end of the connector (could be either end). Check the cable bundle for fraying of wires and to ensure non of the insulation has come off (shorting to ground), or given the age of your car, I'd also look for bad connectors @ both ends. Disconnect and physically inspect the connections. SPray all connectors with WD-40 or similar product to remove any rust that could be causing the bad connection....
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