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1995 nissan sentra brake and battery light?

December 17th, 2010 · No Comments

I’m trying to find out why this car brake and battery light are on constantly…..There seems to be no problems except that the lights are on…..The car always starts and the brakes operate fine…..Could this be a problem with the ignition?….Can I diagnose this problem by running a computer on it?……I’m just wondering if anyone else has had a similar problem….I want to thank any and everyone in advance for any suggestions they may have.
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Ford 5.0 Bellhousing Installation Instructions

June 27th, 2009 · No Comments

This bellhousing is designed to fit all 1965 and up 289, 302, and 351 W/C engines. You may use a 164 or 157 tooth flexplate. These are available from ATI in heavy duty and SFI versions with any weight configuration. This bellhousing can not be used with a 12″ diameter torque converter, but it can be used with 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11″ units. The torque converter bolt pattern must match your flexplate pattern.
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MSD 6 Series Installation Instructions

May 7th, 2009 · No Comments

THEORY OF 6 SERIES IGNITION
CAPACITIVE DISCHARGE
The MSD 6 Series Ignitions feature a capacitive discharge ignition design. The majority of stock ignition systems are inductive ignitions. In an inductive ignition, the coil must store and step up the voltage to maximum strength in between each firing. At higher rpm, since there is less time to charge the coil to full capacity, the voltage falls short of reaching maximum energy which results in a loss of power or top end miss. The MSD Ignition features a capacitor which is quickly charged (within one millisecond) with 460 – 480 volts and stores it until the ignition is triggered. With the CD design, the voltage sent to the coil is always at full power even at high rpm.
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NuS Module Installation Guide

April 19th, 2009 · No Comments

Notes for Wire Connection
Pin #1 : Red This wire is used as the (+)Constant Power input for the unit. This wire must be connected for the unit to function correctly.
Pin #2 : Green/ White This wire is the (+)Positive Parking light output. Connect this wire directly to the (+) trigger wire generally off the parking
light switch or found at or behind the fuse box.
Pin #3 : Red/ White This wire is used as the (+)Constant Power input for Starter and 2nd Ignition.
Pin #4 : White This wire is used to power the ( +)Accessory, which activates the blower motor for the heater or A/C
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MicroCommander 585 Installation Manual

December 16th, 2008 · No Comments

The MicroCommander engine control provides single lever operation of engine speed and shift from one to five remote stations. The control system operates from a 12, 24, or 32 volt DC battery supply and in the static condition draws seven watts. Maximum is 160 watts.
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MicroCommander 314 Actuator Installation Instructions

November 1st, 2008 · No Comments

The MicroCommander Control System provides single lever command of clutch and throttle from one to five remote stations. The control system operates from a 12 Volt DC negative ground power source and in a static condition draws only .4 amperes. The MicroCommander Control System will operate outboards, I/O’s and inboards, either gas or diesel powered.
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Hard To Start Suzuki Marauder 800

October 18th, 2008 · No Comments

This FAQ deals with the electrical problems that can be present in a hard-to-start Suzuki Marauder VZ800. This does not address all the problems that may be present with a non-starting Marauder. It requires a certain number of tools to troubleshoot a slow or non-starting bike. Among them are a multi-meter, jumper wires and a can of contact cleaner. Contact cleaners are generally flammable. Do not get the contact cleaner on your paint or on your skin. Clean connectors before putting them back together.
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Basic DC Electronics

September 8th, 2008 · No Comments

What are: Voltage, Current, and Resistance?
Voltage (letter symbol: V; unit of measure: volts), Current (letter symbol: I; unit of measure: amps), and Resistance (letter symbol: R; unit of measure: ohms ) are the 3 most fundamental principals in electronics. To understand how these 3 principals relate together, lets look at an everyday garden item, a water hose. Everything needed to understand these 3 basics of electronics can be seen in a simple garden hose. (This concept is so strong that medical researchers use voltage, current, and resistance to describe blood movement through blood vessels; very similar to the garden hose concept.
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C5 Fuel Pump Installation Instructions

September 6th, 2008 · No Comments

LPE offers this in-tank fuel pump for high performance applications where the standard pump is not capable of supplying sufficient fuel flow. Designed to fit the 1997 through early* 2003 C5 Corvette. This pump is rated at 225 liters/hour (60 gph) at 60 psi of fuel pressure at 13.5 volts. This is sufficient to handle up to roughly 600 HP, allowing for hot fuel handling and jet pump operation. Boost referenced fuel systems will have slightly less flow capability due to the higher fuel pressure. For higher horsepower applications, LPE suggests the addition of a Boost-A-Pump fuel pump voltage booster. This pump has been durability tested at up to 17 volts continuous operation. This is the same pump as used in the LPE twin turbocharged C5 Corvettes. Includes pump, pump inlet filter, housing and housing “sock” type filter.
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MSD Enhancer Ignition for the Honda TRX400EX

June 30th, 2008 · No Comments

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Spark Output: The Enhancer Ignition System for the Honda 400EX produces a high output spark that is approximately double the stock spark output. This increased spark energy allows the use of richer fuel mixtures or even exotic fuel such as alcohol. The MSD Ignition will put out approximately 30,000 volts to the spark plug.
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