Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Northfield, Illinois
In one Ferrari,a '65 I had the copper wire inside the screw tensioned hole in the back of the fuse block oxidize, turning black. Continuity was lost despite a tight screw. I shortened the wire, re-stripped the same amount of insulation, reinstalled the shiny copper wire (braided) and all was well. I thought about removing every wire, and tinning the bare copper ends with solder before re-inserting and tightening ALL those screws. Then I though... "You FIXED it. All the rest are bare copper and NOT black. Call it GOOD". Years later it was still fine, and NO SMOKE had ESCAPED!
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Illinois SNO Alfa Chapter Director
Illinois SNO Ferrari Chapter Director
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