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Old 07-16-2018, 07:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I pulled out the AC when I first got it, then I got a Weber carbs and started yanking wires that were unused before putting in a new dash. Now I'm just planning on rewiring the little electronics I have left and I'm a bit confused on a component. Between the distributor and the cluster, there's a "filter" in the wiring diagram. I have no idea what it is for and I can't seem to find it and I don't want to just wire around it as it could cause issues. If anyone can shed light on the situation, it would be very helpful.
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it looks like a noise suppression filter to stop switching noise from the ignition system getting into the rest of the electrics and screwing up radios and any other sensitive electronics. Bit different to most but looks pretty much like a standard noise filter
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it looks like a noise suppression filter to stop switching noise from the ignition system getting into the rest of the electrics and screwing up radios and any other sensitive electronics. Bit different to most but looks pretty much like a standard noise filter
Do you know where I could get a noise suppression filter?
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not really needed unless you want to run a decent sound system. But they should be available at any store selling car audio gear, some auto parts places might have them as well.
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not really needed unless you want to run a decent sound system. But they should be available at any store selling car audio gear, some auto parts places might have them as well.
Well I don't plan on putting one in right now thank you!
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Would that be the elusive "Blinker Juice Filter"?

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Would that be the elusive "Blinker Juice Filter"?

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yep, made from genuine unadulterated unobtanium, which as we all know, is one step rarer than rocking horse poop
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