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Old 06-14-2005, 01:03   #1 (permalink)
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Re: tom fails basic electricity

In article <im1v91hpq4sqthf52o142851mfonpq1ui8@4ax.com>,
formoco@sklt.net wrote:

> LMFAO


Idiots do that.

> tom ya ****ed up again


Actually, he did not.

> it wont drain your batteries


if "it" means a shorted diode in the rectifier circuit, "it" sure
as hell will.

> LMFAO
> the diodes rectify the power off the winding


That's not all of their function.

> and they are connected to the winding


They certainly are.

> YA FOCKTARD
> besides
> all ciruciuts are OPEN ya tard
> its called a SWITCH
> as in ya SWITCH it OFF when ya turn the key


Where's the switch between the alternator output and battery
positive? (hint; it isn't there, just like your brain)

>
> the guy has a parasitic drain


Possibly.

>
> please understand the system before ya flap off


Advice you'd be well advised to heed yourself.

> hurc ast


Uh-huh... Yugo girl.
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