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Old 06-14-2005, 00:02   #1 (permalink)
Jim Warman
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Re: tom fails basic electricity

Hmmm... I guess that's why there is V-BATT on the alternator post with the
key off. And of course diodes never fail shorted, right? And regulators
never fail in a manner that will supply alternator field with the key off.

Until you can show us the switch in the charge circuit, you should develop
an understanding of the system before you flap off.



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Old 06-14-2005, 00:02   #2 (permalink)
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Re: tom fails basic electricity

On Thu, 02 Jun 2005 23:56:54 GMT, "Jim Warman"
<mechanic@tenalpsulet.net> wrote:

>Hmmm... I guess that's why there is V-BATT on the alternator post with the
>key off. And of course diodes never fail shorted, right? And regulators
>never fail in a manner that will supply alternator field with the key off.
>
>Until you can show us the switch in the charge circuit, you should develop
>an understanding of the system before you flap off.
>
>

pssssssst warman YA FOCKTARD
lmfao
how would feild volts out of a diode is beyond me jim


read what he wrote
FOCTARD
better stay in slave lake foctard
the shop you work at
SL FORD in my OPINION is a hack shop
just like i opinion JIM WARMAN a failure
30 years and cant retire= FAILURE
lmfao


hurc ast

>have your alternator checked. there are diodes in it that if they burn out,
>will drain the battery when sitting
>"Turkeybone" <doverton@nospam.evansville.net> wrote in message
>news:bf24294dfd261487cfd33cb5d9bb5f0e@localhost.talkaboutautos.com...
>> I forgot to say that the battery goes dead when the car is off.

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Old 06-14-2005, 00:03   #3 (permalink)
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Re: tom fails basic electricity


<formoco@sklt.net> wrote in message
news:vsbv91truun8dgo2dutuuu9tcfq7tv0tka@4ax.com...
> On Thu, 02 Jun 2005 23:56:54 GMT, "Jim Warman"
> <mechanic@tenalpsulet.net> wrote:
>
>>Hmmm... I guess that's why there is V-BATT on the alternator post with the
>>key off. And of course diodes never fail shorted, right? And regulators
>>never fail in a manner that will supply alternator field with the key off.
>>
>>Until you can show us the switch in the charge circuit, you should develop
>>an understanding of the system before you flap off.
>>
>>

> pssssssst warman YA FOCKTARD
> lmfao
> how would feild volts out of a diode is beyond me jim


All but the very simplest of problems are beyond you....


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Old 06-14-2005, 00:03   #4 (permalink)
Jim Warman
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Re: tom fails basic electricity

hurc... if you could only read..... where did I indicate that a failed diode
would induce field current? That flat rate reading has you screwed again.

One of these days you will finally admit to yourself that you aren't quite
what this group needs or wants. Clean up your act, treat others as you would
like them to treat you and you might become a productive member of
society.At this point in time, you are showing the world who the "FOCKTARD"
is.

FWIW, you stated that there is a switch in the circuit.... the EVTM has no
switch in circuit 38. You have failed again. You know nothing of my employer
yet pretend to be privy of information... failed again. You know nothing of
my home town yet pretend to be an expert... just as you pretend to be an
expert on other matters.

Have you jerked my chain?? No... Will I lose sleep or agonize over your
ramblings? Hardly. Truth is that nobody really gives a rats ass what you
think. Occasionally, someone will respond to your amusing little tirades but
you need to remember that, for the most part, you are pitied rather than
revered,...

You can be king of the NG all you want..... that doesn't mean your ramblings
will be listened to. Have a good day, little one..


<formoco@sklt.net> wrote in message
news:vsbv91truun8dgo2dutuuu9tcfq7tv0tka@4ax.com...
> On Thu, 02 Jun 2005 23:56:54 GMT, "Jim Warman"
> <mechanic@tenalpsulet.net> wrote:
>
> >Hmmm... I guess that's why there is V-BATT on the alternator post with

the
> >key off. And of course diodes never fail shorted, right? And regulators
> >never fail in a manner that will supply alternator field with the key

off.
> >
> >Until you can show us the switch in the charge circuit, you should

develop
> >an understanding of the system before you flap off.
> >
> >

> pssssssst warman YA FOCKTARD
> lmfao
> how would feild volts out of a diode is beyond me jim
>
>
> read what he wrote
> FOCTARD
> better stay in slave lake foctard
> the shop you work at
> SL FORD in my OPINION is a hack shop
> just like i opinion JIM WARMAN a failure
> 30 years and cant retire= FAILURE
> lmfao
>
>
> hurc ast
>
> >have your alternator checked. there are diodes in it that if they burn

out,
> >will drain the battery when sitting
> >"Turkeybone" <doverton@nospam.evansville.net> wrote in message
> >news:bf24294dfd261487cfd33cb5d9bb5f0e@localhost.talkaboutautos.com...
> >> I forgot to say that the battery goes dead when the car is off.



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