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I've given him the link on multiple occasions where he can download the manuals for his '62 and he completely ignored me.

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...BTW, open up the 'bad' relay and take a few pictures. I'd like to see what happened inside.
He ignored me too. I offered my phone number to Tim as well. Then, nothing...

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A couple years ago, Leonard Wheeler had me on the phone with his 'wiring guy', to straighten out his '58 SB. It didn't take long before the car was back to 'factory wiring' and working beautifully. - Dave
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Sorry folks, didn't mean to make you mad.
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Heck I even got a check light and used it last night per your suggestions.
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Sorry folks, didn't mean to make you mad.
It has nothing to do with being mad. Both Dave and I have suggested that you repair the cut wires and put it back the way it was from the factory. We don't pull these ideas out of the air. It's based on decades of troubleshooting wiring problems. If you choose to ignore our suggestions and do what you feel like don't expect us to be happy when you come back and ask what to do next.

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