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Old 08-12-2003, 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by ctaylor738

- Spend $18 on the EHA test harness (PN 102-589-04-63-00) and connect it to some long leads to your multi-meter so that you can monitor the current readings while driving. You can verify that the readings are in spec, and observe differences when the car acts up. That may provide a clue to the problem and would at least eliminate mixture correction as a problem.

Chuck: Could you tell me where you got the harness for $18?
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