Recent content by 1stSarge

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    CUCV Electric Explained

    *** CUCV Electric is out of business !!!! *** A thank you, apology, history, and explanation… I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that has been so supportive of me in the last couple of months. Your words of encouragement have meant the world to me and have been a rock. I...
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    CUCV Electric

    I think my emails must be going into Derricks spam folder. Here is the latest, re-sent this morning; This has been my practice for quite a while now. If PayPal wants to investigate a transaction due to something they think is suspicious, I will wait for a while, then most likely ship anyhow...
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    Should I marry this girl?

    Yeah… I did that :D November 17th, 2012
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    Simple Manual Glow Plug Switch Question

    What did you do to troubleshoot it? Wouldn’t you rather fix the problem that might easily be a bad connection, rather than hack the wiring? The level of support on this forum is outstanding for such endeavors. The typical glow plug relay normally draws less than 2 amps, and is already fused...
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    Hello from Columbus, OH!

    I don’t know if I would drive Kips truck, it is one of our official test vehicles and right now the solargizer is desulfating the space modulator… ugh… Welcome from just north of you…
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    M1008 "wait light" issue

    Bad temp sensor, or loose/dirty/damaged connection to the temp sensor. CUCV Temperature Sensor-CUCV Electric
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    2012 Anti-haspin rally

    Well that was the problem with too many directions… somebody said 90 degrees and I thought they were telling me the easy way to replace the brake lines. :?: In any case , the homage to gimpy was a nice thought although we didn’t get a pic of the box of the HoHo’s sitting on top. We knew gimpy...
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    GP card help from an NC member?

    The connectors in the back of the housing do cause a lot of problems, especially with the temperature sensor circuits and the ground circuits. Many times they are bent/twisted or dirty/corroded. You can remove the connectors, and repair and clean them individually. You will need a couple of...
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    Aparently there's an issue with my sig

    I think Joe said it best. But if its making you feel funny, then create a separate website for the surplus section, put the “vendor” label in your name, and post the link to that site in your signature as per the site rules. You could always have profound links to militaryoffroadtires on that...
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    REPAIRED near Roosevelt Lake AZ

    I don’t know about anyone else, but I am pretty impressed with the title changing! Great job guys!:beer:
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    cucv voltage drop

    Welcome and thank you for the follow up. :beer:
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    Gen 2 light off then on

    Thank you for the follow up.:beer:
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    M1009 gen 1 light flashing

    Thanks Joe As inexpensive as they are, I think everyone into MV’s should have a load tester. But I would take it somewhere if I was in doubt. If you do take the alternator to the parts store for testing, make sure they know it is an isolated ground. Meaning that they need to put the negative...
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    Findlay 2012 Armed Forces Day Event

    I will do some more tomorrow. That batch will have a bit of a story to it.
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    Findlay 2012 Armed Forces Day Event

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