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Turning off and on when driving

Sometimes it goes off and switches on alone when drivind, all wiring seems to be connected well.. do you think that it is a faulty unit. it is intermittent.

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  • Carlo Brincat
    Carlo Brincat Mar 22, 2008

    ok settled, found that fault was coming from faulty iso plug, (the yellow wire,<+ battery>) thanks robotek :) good way of troublehooting



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The only way to be completely sure that the problem does not exist in the power cabling is to run BRAND NEW power straight to the battery and/or ignition cct on the cars fuse block. This then ensures that you have solid power supply If you have checked the wiring and are completely confident that it is ok, then it is possible that the unit has dry solder joints. Power switching is done by devices mounted to the chassis of the unit and they often dry joint as a result of the heating and cooling cycle of operation. You could check this too by disassembling the unit and looking for failed solder joints and repair. Good Luck. :) Happy to chat more about it if you wish :)

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Mar 22, 2008

    awesome, go on you. Pleased to hear that you got it sorted.



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