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Old 06-29-2010, 04:17 PM   #3509 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by voltmatic automaton View Post
the broken part seemed TOO simple.

R1 had gone south, there was no visible damage but taking it out of the circuit and testing it proved it was dead. a quick swap and the blinking yellow and steady green were back...now i have the schematic also so that should help in future.

Glad to hear that. Bad news is the blinking light means a fault. It could be
throttle position(high pedal lockout) or the LEM is not plugged in.
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