My lift is MAYBE 2", with 285's on.
I didn't really hit me as it happened the seriousness of this, but now since I've had time to kinda digest it, I'm glad it happened while I was doing 25mph in town, rather than barreling down I-15 70+mph!
It's good to be alive, lol.
Thank you, kind sir!!
Just for anyone looking for the same info in the future, here is the reply I got from Onur:
Front soft lines at calipers:
90430-10074 x4 (high pressure gaskets)
Rear soft lines at calipers:
Sorry, I've been MIA for awhile, but decided to come back a few days ago. :)
And lo and behold, yesterday after dropping my kid & friend at a swimming pool I lost my brakes.
I'll spare you the drama, but the DS brakeline had cracked at the wheel and lost its pressure/fluid.
Anyway, I would...
OK, so the AutoZone guy tells.me that the PS battery has been 100% charged, but is bad.
I guess I will wait to get the batts from the most gracious Onur and see if that would take care of it.
If not, I would know that there is something wrong with the wiring/fuse, right???
You kill me, lol!!
I took both of the batteries to O'Reilly's and AutoZone and have them both test both batteries (I just wanted to make sure).
O'Reilly's put the batteries at this machine that spent about 60-90 secs to test. She told me that they were both "dead".
At AutoZone, they put...
I'll take them both out and take them to O'Reilly's or AutoZone (Since they can probably only test one at a time, I'll take one to both of them? :hillbilly:) and get them tested.
I guess that would be the next logical course of action.
I only checked/cleaned and applied the grease the one that went from the JDM DS battery + to the fenderwell, right next to the battery tray.
I saw another one to the engine block fairly close to the alternator and possibly another one running from the PS battery toward the engine, maybe...
You're out of control, Onur! :crybaby:
Do you still think it's the batteries and not the wiring, alternator, etc...
I guess in my futile mind since the alternator and the wiring/fuse are the only differences I'm more inclined to think it's one of these things. :doh:
But if you say it's most...
So I had put the trickle charger on the JDM DS battery for 1.5 days and the light had indicated that it was charged, fwiw.
While it was still connected to the charger I had measured both sets of battery terminals and they read:
JDM DS: 13.44
JDM PS: 13.28
JDM DS: 13.42
Since I took the alternator out I had removed both batteries and trickle charged them.
But they are reconditioned units that used to work fine up until the time I parked it.
I'll check the voltage and report back.
The Saga (Nightmare) Continues....
I tried that, well... sort of...
I bought a 2ga battery cable from AutoZone and shortened it to fit my need and put the lugs on (crimp/solder).
I finally buttoned everything up today and tried to fire it up, but it wouldn't start. :crybaby:
I got the...
If I would have used the stock lug it would have fit, but then I wouldn't have been able to put a 2(ga) wire in it.
The contact area of the alternator + should have been just big enough for the 2ga lug, but it would have never fit through the small opening it had. The lug width is about 15mm...