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electrical problems on my samurai


 
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 09, 2013 22:22    Post subject: electrical problems on my samurai Reply with quote

hi i need help i cannot sort out the electric on my sammi over a period of time several problems have arisen first i noticed that if the oil light flashed the dim dip went out (at this i did not know i had a dimdip) after finding the said dimdip box quite by accident and empting the water out more problems arose so i replaced the box to no avail, i then lost the fuel guage and then the temp shortly after that most of the panel lights and the rev counter (the speedo stopped as well but i dont think thats linked) im sure it has somthing to do with this silver box under the dash on the near side someone please help its driving me nuts i dont do electrics at the best of times
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 16:03    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's got to be something central with so many things going wrong all at once, I would check the fuse box first, making sure water is not leaking on it.

Good luck.
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