A good day

A good day


NOT the voice of reason Jeep-CJ.com
Garland Texas
1977 cj-5
4.2 W/MC2100 carb, 4.0 head W/3 angle valves,SS Header,TFI ignition with MSB-6 offroad module,CS144 140 amp RPS alternator with remote regulator T-150,d-20,Dana 44 with OX lock and disk brakes. D-30 with Spartin locker,
skyjacker 2.5 lift?nitro shocks,31" BFG A/T off road.8000 lb Warn winch, original owner.=^)

2006 Toyota Tacoma
I guess I could put this in "what I did" just too lazy to look for it. re learned a valuable lesson today, always check electrical parts before you install them. Especially if they are made by Crown and X2 if they are going to be a major PITA to re place. A perfect example would be the pick up tube/ gauge sending unit in the fuel tank. I think everybody gets the picture?

I also did something unique to my experience, I let the smoke out of the coil in a 50 amp Bosh relay. I have no clue how. After checking the low beam headlight connections, both hot and ground , every connector , fuse and solder joint to no success I decided that smoking a relay was not as impossible as I considered it to be. sure enough, crashed and burned, replaced and there was light and it was good. I actually have plans to pull it out of the garage tomorrow and drive it around the block.:D

Be still my heart!!:grinjeep:

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