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techedge widebands

Old 06-29-2008, 01:17 AM
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anyone using these pieces? i've picked up the v1.0 and found out the controller box doesn't power up....conductor strip near the 12v wire soldered to the board fried and when i tried to repair it with a jumper wire.....all my display reads is 14.7-8 all the time. can't be right when i'm at idle its 14.7 and boostin at 14.8 cuz i'm pretty sure i'm on the richer side. but is anyone familiar with the TE widebands....and even better, have a v1.0 controller box they wanna sell? i have a nearly new sensor and the digital display but a nonworking controller.
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Old 06-30-2008, 10:49 PM
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the new version is pretty cheap/..............it will read 14.7 if it dosen.t see more the 13.5volts to the controller....use a multimeter and check if your getting that and if you are go to their web site ..they have the the whole board layout and whats what
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