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Sent...along with a little insight from Tom Sessions.
There are two on the back near the T-stat...can't recall which is for gauge. I have a pic of a diagram on phone that I can send you via email.
My first guess would be deterioration of the battery cables where they enter the connectors do to age, out-gassing, and/or leak. A firm tug will...
As TP_GTS stated, several of our group have had their OEM unit re-cored...and, are quite happy.
May be time to look at coils/wires.
As I recall, it is easy to break...at least on Gen III's.
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Hi, Roy...thanks for the note.
I left a brief phone message for you...will try again tomorrow.
Welcome back !!
This sounds like a great opportunity for ALL Viper owners !!
That maneuver may fool an inspector, but it does not kill all of the circuits !! Be careful !!!
Not that I know...of course, some have put a cutoff switch at the battery. I do not do this myself.
Dan Cragin @ SPT in Alhambra 310-597-6295
Call me 317-402-9013..
There are a couple of ways to solve this.
Jeff, you may be able to better categorize these 10 specially produced Vipers after a discussion with Bill Pemberton as they were his idea.
Here is one of my early posts on this well known issue:
JUST completed the "bolt inspection" of a beautiful 2006 Coupe (blue/white)...#30 of...