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Old 07-26-2014, 02:51 PM   #29
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Well there IS a plug or two above the accelerator! Not easy to unplug but we will five it a go. It would be swell to have a disconnect. Thanks again.
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Old 07-26-2014, 06:19 PM   #30
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Well there IS a plug or two above the accelerator! Not easy to unplug but we will five it a go. It would be swell to have a disconnect. Thanks again.
IF one of the plugs is a battery disconnect, it will be a plug with only ONE wire going to it in each direction. Probably attached to the transmission hump. If you are standing on the ground outside the driver's door, it should be easy to reach the plug and pull it loose with just one hand. If the plugs you're seeing aren't like that, they're not the disconnect.
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Old 07-26-2014, 06:34 PM   #31
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The battery disconnect plug looks like this:



You have to push the red tab to release it. (The guy's hand is hiding the accelerator pedal.)
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Great picture! The 2004's don't have this, at least mine doesn't. But, after a day of messing with wires, tightening and putting in a ground to the frame that included drilling a hole in the floor under a bed, the Trimetric tells us we have zero vampires-- which is the way we believe it should read. We don't know what was wrong but sometimes cleaning up makes a difference. Thanks to all who helped.
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