Question about 1989 Subaru Gl Wagon
Ummmm, not too sure about your exact setup, but your description sound like high resistance electrical issue. Connections carrying heavier loads often fail. The only long term fix is to completely replace or wire around the failed area, anything else gives short repair life.
You MUST follow the wire back far enough to be past ALL evidence of overheat. Oxidation happens after the wiring overheats, and you cannot connect to these areas on the wires.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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