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Old 04-21-2019, 02:01 PM
rongawer rongawer is offline
 
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Ron, off the top of your head, since I've had the tailcone off and ran a DMM off the connectors near the trim motor and everything was good, voltage of 5V down to near zero then up again, end to end.

How many other electrical connectors are there to check, forward of the tail cone assembly. I'm helping out a 72 year old friend, he's not as flexible as he once was, but he built the plane, I didn't.

And the locations? I assume check at the back of the Dynon D1000 Touch, and are their any other black boxes that connections go into also?

I also need to pull the red cube for GPH flow for him and get that working again too. Have De Oxit., but dielectric silicone grease sounds a whole lot better.
I built my own wiring harness and use a Garmin G3X with a Vertical Power system, so my connections will not be the same and I can't help you with the Dynon setup, but I'm sure there are plenty of folks here that can help.

Do use DeOxit first on the connector, and then the DC-4 (or comparable) for assembly.
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