I agree and have a love/hate relationship with 9volts. The do have very limited capacity just due to chemistry and construction. They are actually made of six tiny individual 1.5volt cells so there is empty space in the case and high voltage comes at a cost to capacity. Not likely a long term solution but only testing would tell
I need a back rear windshield for a 1989 anyone that has one or knows where to get them?
Mainly posting for the mechanical issue I've encountered!
I was driving recently in the throttle body cable snap the one that was connected to the gas pedal and caused the car to lunch forward, that shut off the engine, and hasn't started started since. The cable snapped, something fell out underneath I made a clink, clink, sound, and I haven't driven it ever since. I'm thinking either the voltage regulator fell out, cuz I don't see that in the engine, anymore, timing chain, or ignition switch. Any ideas. Has anyone else experienced same issues? Would the ECU, PCM, ECS, Computers be failing and need to be replaced after 30 years with the original one?
Ronnie.....that knife switch looks good......wish I had found that before I ordered/installed the screw-down type.
2seater......9volt trick is interesting.....maybe if we wire it straight to the Flux Capacitor, then it will work for a few years. Take out every 6 months and place the 9volt terminals on your tongue, and make sure you still get a good little jolt from it.