1259Re: [force_ev] Force Repair Problem
- Jul 2, 2005
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From: "sparrow262" <sparrow262@...>
Sent: Saturday, July 02, 2005 4:28 PM
Subject: p: [force_ev] Force Repair Problem
> Mike a fellow Force owner, but not on this group wanted me to post
> this for him. Please excuse any typos, but I simply retyped it here
> as best I could.
> Stephen Taylor
> "On the Yahoo Force group page Leonard Tramiel has been having a
> problem with his car cutting out for some time. I don't belong to
> the group although I have tried to join but refuse to turn off html
> so the owner won't let me in. I don't see that as a requirement
> anymore so I will try again.
> Amnyhow I asked someone to send this to hime before and I presume
> that they did but want to make sure.
> My 97 will shutdown just like Leonard describes if I turn it on
> without taking the ignition switch nall the way into what would be
> the starter position on a gas powered Geo.
> When I first started driving the Force I felt stupid turning the key
> all the way to start. Naturally nothing happens and it runs just
> fine if you just go to the run position. Well I flet even worse than
> stupid when the thing cut out in traffic a few times. It would
> always go again after I turned it off and complied with the neutral
> lock out feature. After a few times of this happening my faith in it
> going again was pretty strong and I took more time to see what the
> indications were. In addition to the loss of the traction motor
> control, I noticed a number of idiot lights had started their self
> test again. Most apparent beong the airbag.
> This made me "feel good" and think main ignition and not big bucks
> controller problem. The last time I endured the experience I wasn't
> in traffic. I just coasted for awhile and watched the panel reset
> and after cycling back to neutral I had power again.
> Since I started turning the key all the way to the start position
> stop, this shutting down problem has never repeated itself. I am
> sure in my car the ignition switch is intermittently dropping back to
> off if you don't go all the way into the starter position.
> If Leonard is starting from the run position like I was and hasn't
> tried this I would recommend he try it for awhile before he puts
> money in a controller that may be fine. In my case as far as the
> controller is concerned it is doing exactly what it is suppose to do
> when it gets an off from the switch.
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