had another small warm spell, 56 last night, which may have been as warm as it was during the day, only to be followed by cold again. 37 now, 26 predicted.
bumpy weather roller coaster this fall an who knows what winter will bring.
could be tropical, could be Alaska type weather. i seen a picture of my dads cousin once, he was in the Air Force, stationed in Alaska. 50 below, ans he was outside in a t-shirt, making a snow woman. no wind i guess, an the sun was out.
As I stated in my last post….
Picked up some new rear tires just now, 24x10x11 maxxis M978 tires from a newer rancher. Pics don’t quite do justice, y’all have to trust me when I say they look like they have less than 200 miles on them. No plugs or patches, and I got them locally for $60 for the pair. I’m not a huge fan of the mudlites, and they have a couple plugs in tnem so when I saw these I decided to go for it. I’ll be looking for a pair of M977’s for the front.
People think I’m nuts to get rid of the aftermarket wheels that were on it and put the originals back on, but there’s a reason for the madness: people buy machines and then take off new or nearly new tires in favor of bigger meaner tires. That leaves boring people like me with a steady supply of almost new takeoffs for cheap.
-check your battery voltage at the negative and positive terminal
-Then with your red lead of the multimeter on the positive terminal, check your voltage with black lead to the frame to make sure your ground is good -if you have voltage go to next step
-With a black lead on the battery negative you want to check to see if you have voltage at the two wire plug that comes off the positive terminal that goes to the starter solenoid
-then check the red wire at your regulator rectifier to see if you have battery voltage there
-Then you can check out your ignition switch harness red wire to see if you have battery voltage
(-or you can just start at the ignition switch and work your way backwards)
either way, let us know what you find out and where you have it, or do not have it, and we can take it from there
I may be able to help you but I am busy today. I will try to come back tomorrow.
Are all of the electrical parts on your Rubicon genuine Honda parts? Aftermarket parts do not work at all so you must be sure!
Quizás pueda ayudarte, pero hoy estoy ocupado. Intentaré volver mañana.
¿Todas las piezas eléctricas de su Rubicon son piezas originales de Honda? Las piezas de repuesto no funcionan en absoluto, ¡así que debes estar seguro!