Re: Over Voltage Protection Relay
Originally posted by jrmd01
Sometimes you don't need to change your OVP, just check your fuse and tap it a little and that may do the trick. Worth the try.
If the fuse is okay and "tapping" the OVP allows your car to start, then the problem is loose solder joints inside the unit, which means replacement is inevitable.
The original unit is defective and has been replaced with an updated version.
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