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Can anyone please recommend a good Crossfire expert in my region. My car is stuck on my drive and I am struggling to find a knowledgeable specialist.
 
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Can anyone please recommend a good Crossfire expert in my region. My car is stuck on my drive and I am struggling to find a knowledgeable specialist.
Will the key not turn? Search "sticky key fix" here.
 
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Can anyone please recommend a good Crossfire expert in my region. My car is stuck on my drive and I am struggling to find a knowledgeable specialist.
If it has power but does not crank search "mystery no start" here for the RCM resolder.
 
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Can anyone please recommend a good Crossfire expert in my region. My car is stuck on my drive and I am struggling to find a knowledgeable specialist.
If it cranks but does not start, replace the Crank Position Sensor with a bosch.
 
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Old 12-23-2018, 03:12 PM
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If it has power but does not crank search "mystery no start" here for the RCM resolder.
Thank you.. That is the situation and the RCM issue was my first thought.. Whilst I restore classic motorcycles for fun and have soldered a million joints in my life I am nervous about attempting this..
 
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No worries, mate. The joints to re-solder are the relay posts; nothing delicate.
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No worries, mate. The joints to re-solder are the relay posts; nothing delicate.
Cheers,
No, No, it's the upper 3 connections at the top end of the board that are the power feedthrough from the top connectors. You CAN touch up the relay posts too, it won't hurt and you already have it out of the car...
 
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No, No, it's the upper 3 connections at the top end of the board that are the power feedthrough from the top connectors. You CAN touch up the relay posts too, it won't hurt and you already have it out of the car...
Right. The 3 connections are not direct relay attachment solder joints however, they connect to the circuit board buses that the relays attach to.
The RCM is a relay circuit board populated with relays, resisters, and fuses (15 and 40 Amp). None of the solder joints are delicate.
Sorry for not being clearer and more specific.
 
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