[200q20v] a Chemist in the house??? - fuse box cover - how to
latch it for proper sealing...
b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Thu Mar 8 08:15:06 EST 2001
Don't fix it if it ain't broke!
> From: "Glen Powell" <gpowell at ennovatenetworks.com>
> Reply-To: <gpowell at ennovatenetworks.com>
> Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 09:04:36 -0500
> To: "'David Schaible'" <dschaible at penw.com>, <200q20v at audifans.com>
> Subject: RE: [200q20v] a Chemist in the house??? - fuse box cover - how to
> latch it for proper sealing...
> What I found about the fuse box cover not closing properly/securely:
> If you slide the cover's hinges all the way into the boxe's hinges the cover
> does not latch properly. This is how I got the contamination in there. If
> after you slide the cover's hinges in all the way, then slide the cover's
> hinges back out just a hair (a calibrated metric hair of course :) and then
> attempt to latch the cover it will latch completely and securely and seal
> properly. Unfortunately I discovered this little trick only after the
> contamination entered. :(
> A quick word on the contamination, it is minimal, the cover was closed but
> not sealed for only a few days. There is no sign of solids, sand, dirt,
> particles, etc, only trace evidence of dried road chemical that must have
> entered while in solution is in evidence.
> Thanks for all the suggestions on neutralization options!
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