fusible link

C1J1Miller at aol.com C1J1Miller at aol.com
Fri May 10 21:57:15 EDT 2002

Or do like I did last year; confirm it is busted by jumpering with an
insulated screwdriver, then dig around the car to find a paperclip; that's
fine to hold you until you get where you're going.  As I recall, it is the
ground for the circuit.  You can make a fusible link at Pep Boys work for a
while without much trouble

In a message dated 5/10/02 8:29:44 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
200q20v-request at audifans.com writes:

To: Brett Dikeman <brett at cloud9.net>
From: Phil and Judy Rose <pjrose at frontiernet.net>
Subject: Re: Audi spewing green goo, fan is out to lunch
Cc: Zoot531 at aol.com, 200q20v at audifans.com

At 7:13 PM -0400 5/10/02, Brett Dikeman wrote:
>To be safe, disconnect the battery before changing the fuse(just have
>the security code for the radio handy.)  Technically if the after-run
>circuit came on, you could cause some pretty fireworks with your

Instead of that, it might be much easier to simply remove the
connector from the after-run sensor. Or--to be really daring--just
wait for the engine to cool so possibility of after-run is
infinitesimally small.


Chris Miller, Bolton MA USA, c1j1miller at aol.com
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