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Old December 6th, 2017, 06:47   #7
zortmo
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Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Ga
TDI(s): 99, 01, 06
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I have an old analog oscilloscope that I decided to risk blowing up and hooked it up. It seemed to do fine. It doesn't give me actual values of peaks but I compared the trace on the TDI to my toyota truck. In comparison it looked to be "hunting around" and it had some random but distinct negative spikes. I decided to order a new Bosch unit. Its due later this week.

I'm finishing up cleaning grounds and main cable from alternator to battery. There's no darkness on the 200amp fuse or any signs of being hot, however one side of one of the front 40amp fuses has been hot. One blade is discolored and the plastic on the fuse box base is slightly deformed. I cleaned it and reinstalled.

I'll report back after installing alternator.

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