It did'nt crank/start :(
bryan at lally.org
Sat Mar 4 10:58:57 EST 2006
L DC wrote:
> Does the anti-seize acts as an insulating agent
> against ground?
Some anti-sieze compounds have copper in them. They make for OK
connections. Not great in the case where a lot of current has to flow
(like for a starter motor), but not bad.
Some don't have copper in them - depends on what you used.
Nothing beats clean metal against clean metal for carrying current.
I'd start looking around with a volt/ohm meter and jumpering with a big
jumper cable to figure this out.
And now back to my timing belt project :-)
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