Gain extra benefits by becoming a Supporting Member Click here find out how!
Classic Performance Products Classic Parts
Ciadella InteriorsAmerican Auto Wire Classic Industries
Chevs of the 40sDanchuk Catalog
Hellwig Products IncPerformance Rod & CustomEcklers AutoMotive
Nu-Relics Power WindowsRain Gear Wiper Systems
Impala Bob's Bob's Chevy Trucks Bob's Chevelle Parts Bob's Classic Chevy

Username Post: Electric Cutoff Switch
"16th Year" Gold Supporting Member
Posts: 2107
Age: 83
Loc: Central Texas
Reg: 03-23-02
01-01-18 12:43 PM - Post#2719685    
    In response to Jim Streib

Well Jim, regarding ‘shorting out’, I see nothing around the cold side of the solenoid post but the battery cable securely fastened to it and lots of empty space. As far as exposure for it to short, I see no difference in that and the cable being attached to the battery post to start with. Internally inside the solenoid, it’s either latched and current going through or unlatched and open. Only thing internally to short with would be the two toggle switch terminals and their both fused @ 5 amps. Feel like if it were a potential problem area, the tech boys at Hotronics after all these years, would have been on it a long time ago. However, appreciate your insight and comments on the subject.
50s Chevys 4...

NOTE: You are viewing an individual Post. View the Entire Topic
FusionBB™ Version 2.1
©2003-2006 InteractivePHP, Inc.
Execution time: 0.212 seconds.   Total Queries: 10   Zlib Compression is on.
All times are (GMT -0800) Pacific. Current time is 01:32 PM