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Old 03-19-2017, 03:22 PM
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Originally Posted by RetiredBMC View Post
Gents... Just wanted to thank you all again for your help!!! I finally got it fixed....come to find out, I messed up my brand new solenoid when I tighten down the battery and starter cables to the solenoid studs. Making it too tight "fuses" the inside leaving it in an always "on situation". Slapped a new solenoid on with cables just a little snug and the car shuts off when I turn the key to off!!!

Thanks again, I did learn a lot and probably saved alot of money by not having a mechanic come out....lol.
Eric
I've never seen that happen before but then again the new parts are made much more cheaply than the original parts. Glad to hear that you got it fixed without having to tear into the wiring.

John
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