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Old 08-23-2012, 08:33 AM   #11
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Just a bit of bad news - after having been totally fixed for several weeks - the longest I'd ever seen it not move at all since it started being a problem - it slowly but surely started moving again. It's not nearly as bad as it was before, but it's definitely doing funky stuff again.

I wonder if maybe the solder they use for the wiring harness is substandard and getting melted slowly by engine heat?
Unless your engine is hitting temps of +400 degrees F, your good. I could be they didn't clean off the fluxing agent well enough and contaminants have made a high impedance short between the two conductors. That would be my guess.
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