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87 troopie cutting out when using power.


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Hey all, I have just transplanted my engine from a normal 2h to an after market turbo 2h. I am having issues with the engine shutting off for a mili second when I use any power, eg lights, indercators or even the brakes. I had it at the auto electricians and we thought we found a burnt out wire in a loom but it reoccored 400ks later. I have added and extra earth to the chasie ( thats 3 now) and gone over the wiring looms looing for damaged wires. When it cuts out you can hear the click of a relay on the passengers side kick pannel. Am unsure where to go from here and as it is Easter and the access to an auto electician is difficult. Will make the trip back to Brissy very intereting if I can't find a solution. Thanks in advance.

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