LEVE, You hit the nail on the head!!!
It's fixed!!! LEVE, you were 100% correct sir!!! I went out side and looked at all the grounds. I never could find the ground from the moto to the body, so I made one, just incase! Then I looked over at the ground from the moto to the frame and guess what? You guessed it, it was loose, loose, loose!!! So I toke it off sanded it and the moto contact down and tightened her up. She purrs like a kitten now. It's amazing after all that time and money I spent on replacing items that it breaks down to just a ground! I never noticed the light going dim and the volt drop until the last time and I posted and you answered. Thanks for the help man, and thank you to the rest of you that added a helping hand!!! <font color="red"> </font color> [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
Re: LEVE, You hit the nail on the head!!!
1. Glad to have helped...
2. My RTFT (Rtight The First TIme) average is no up to about 0%...
3. Even a broken watch is right twice a day! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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