Re: Ranger doesn't like to start when hot
I got your E-mail. I didn't know the fume process. I know now. Thanks
for the information/Email. It will definately help in the future.
Jessie Herrera wrote:
> Hi David,
> Your battery emits fumes. Especially when hot or charging. If a
> spark is close enough to the battery it will ignite the fumes and the
> battery will blow up. I been there when it happens several times. One of
> the times a spark plug wire was right on the battery when the car was
> cranked. Boom. A match or cigarette can also cause this. If you have any
> potential spark you should be cautious of flammibles. Try it and you'll
> see what I mean. If you live after you try it get back to me. I can use
> your input. Thanks.
> David M wrote:
>> On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 01:19:01 -0800, Jessie Herrera rearranged some
>> electrons to form:
>>> Be very careful and remove your coil wire. With a live coil you will
>>> get shocked, start a fire, or cause your battery to explode.
>> This I gotta hear. OK Jessie, tell us how the battery will explode if
>> the ignition coil is not disconnected?