Nope,Originally posted by Skydog@Dec 9 2002, 06:40 PM
So when you turn it, you are making it so the wires that were on the top are on the bottom now?
Roy,Originally posted by Roy T@Dec 9 2002, 08:42 PM
OK, lets try to clarify this silly issue right now so we can all get our gauges working PROPERLY like they shoud've been from the factory! :angry:
Someone PLEASE correct me if I'm wrong here, as I'm simply trying to interpret the posts I've read on this subject.
My take is, is that you do NOT rotate the coil 180 degrees end for end, but rather, FLIP it over 180 degrees, in a sense, turning it upside down, and the plug wires will still be coming out facing the rear of the sled.
Will someone please verify that this is indeed correct, or please correct me if this is wrong. Thank you!!! -- Roy
P.S. If ANYONE from Cat or a dealer is reading this, is this the correct/best remedy to this so far unacceptable coil/tach interference situation?!?!?!?!?
its something to do with the interferance of the high volt wire with the low volt. This may suprise you but im not an electrician.Originally posted by big jugs@Dec 10 2002, 09:51 PM
How can turning it 180 and not fliping it help? The wires are still coming out of the top and one would think they would still interfear being there still basically in the same place. <_<
Dude, im not stepping on your balls, but, you are seperating the wires. The are getting some feedback, which moving them 180 seperates the volts.Originally posted by big jugs@Dec 10 2002, 10:51 PM
I understand that but the two plug wires coming out of the top of the coil are resting RIGHT UNDERNEATH the wires for the tach/speedo, when you flip it, they are both still RIGHT UNDERNEATH the same group of wires. But if it works, what the hell!!!
Roy,Originally posted by Roy T@Dec 11 2002, 01:40 PM
Concerning my last post, could someone PLEASE take a look at your "fixed" rotated coil and let me know how the new, proper orientation is supposed to be? I'd like to get this fixed once and for all. If you don't understand my question, please reply back. Thanks a million!!! -- Roy