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20228Re: [classicrv] 73 dodge wiring schematic

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  • Ron Mitchell
    Feb 1 6:37 PM
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      Thanks, Don. I'll get some and give it a try. Sounds like a winner. I've
      cleaned up a number of old corroded connections.
      Ron
      1976 Coachmen

      At 12:50 PM 2/1/05, you wrote:
      >Hey Ron. My rig is an M-500. The electrical grease I use is some I bought
      >from circuit specialists in Mesa, which is about 10 miles from my place.It
      >is a silicone based white grease that is used for transistor bases to seat
      >in and provides conduction for heat. You can also get it at radio Shack.
      >It lasts forever and doesn't harden over time.It comes in a tube and is
      >called thermal-joint compound.There is also one made by Dow-corning called
      >type 111. It is clear and does just fine also.Neither one hardens up.
      >Great stuff ! regards, Don in Chandler, Az
      >
      >Ron Mitchell <rmitchel@...> wrote:Don,
      > That sounds like a good idea in general. What grease did you use and
      >where did you get it. It sounds like the solution to numerous minor
      >electrical glitches I've been having in my '76 M-500. Thanks for the tip.
      >
      >Ron
      >1976 Coachmen
      >
      >At 01:02 AM 2/1/05, you wrote:
      > >This may be a shot in the dark, but on my 78 Dodge class A, I had the same
      > >problem until I cleaned the group of connectors coming out of the fuse
      > >block under the front lift-up dash panel. On mine, this group of
      > >connectors passed out through the bottom of that same dash and went their
      > >various ways.I found them to be highly corroded from time and cleaned
      > >them, then filled the connectors with electrical grease that essentially
      > >took up the air space between the pins so no air could further oxidize
      > >them. For me, that fixed the problem.Hope that helps,regards, Don in
      > >Chandler,AZ.
      > >
      > >skills4lou <skills4lou@...> wrote:
      > >Does anyone have a wiring schematic for a 73 dodge class A chassis?
      > >My motorhome ran for about 2 minutes this morning then died. Now I
      > >can't get power to anything normally on when the key is on (heater,
      > >ignition, starter, wipers, turn signals)
      > >Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!
      > >
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