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|09-26-2019 10:13 PM|
ICM leads that break are the Black +12v wire or the Green IPG wire(sometimes both).
Too short from the main harness, so stress and vibration create a failure.
|07-06-2019 04:37 PM|
Regular electrical tape. I removed a lot of tape. I still hope ot is not too tight?
|07-06-2019 12:23 PM|
Early years had very short wires.
Post a pic of your ICM and the wires at the connector. Later models may have more slack, I would like to see.
Any tape you have on hand.
Several layers of electrical tape, shipping tape. Duct/Duck tape.
|07-06-2019 11:51 AM|
|jackk||Hans. any recommendation as to the type of tape used for strain relief of ICM?|
|07-05-2019 11:22 PM|
|cc rider||I saw it. Thank you. Everybody that has been around knows about those two wires. I haven't been around that long but I know about it from reading on the forum|
|07-05-2019 10:50 PM|
Ccrider - I hope you saw the pic with tape around the ICM and cable..
Jackk - time to have your eyes checked.
Starter Relay pic with designations shows a yellow blob of plastic with 14 pins.
|07-05-2019 10:02 PM|
|cc rider||Hans is probably one of the best contributors to a forum that I have seen. And I have been to many|
|07-05-2019 09:40 PM|
Originally Posted by Hans&Feet View Post
Hans, great pics! A picture is worth 1000 words.
|08-04-2018 11:39 PM|
|cc rider||Hans, thanks for posting these. So you're saying to just flip the icm over to allow slack for those couple of tight wires and just throw some tape on there? I havent had a problem but its always nice to do a little prev. maint.|
|08-04-2018 01:17 PM|
1300 engine is similar to the 1800 in several ways. Transmission gears, oil pump, coolant pump driven by oil pump shaft are similar.
The same Cam Chain Tensioner is used(14510-MCH-000 TENSIONER, CAM CHAIN)
The 1300 balancer (vibration reduction) is in the dry sump crankshaft area.
I am only aware of three 1300 engine failures, this one was sabotage(Dilligaf1300).
A few stator failures on 1300, mine was one of them.
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