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    GT Owner/ B.o.D Waldo's Avatar
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    OK, another question came to mind. I have both BAP input (fused) wires resting (zip-tied actually) in a plastic sheath on top of the one of the large metal tubes.

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    Does anybody know if that large metal tube contains coolant? If it does contain coolant, will it get too hot to have those wires resting on it?

    Any assistance would be appreciated before I insert all of the inner-fender fasteners.

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    Waldo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waldo View Post
    OK, another question came to mind. I have both BAP input (fused) wires resting (zip-tied actually) in a plastic sheath on top of the one of the large metal tubes.

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    Does anybody know if that large metal tube contains coolant? If it does contain coolant, will it get too hot to have those wires resting on it?

    Any assistance would be appreciated before I insert all of the inner-fender fasteners.

    Best Regards,
    Waldo
    Probably won't hurt them, but since you still have the fender liner off it is better to move them futher away. No use to heat them up more than neccessary, the current flow will do that.
    BlackICE

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    Hey, there's 2 Boost-A-Pump threads going at the same time! Can we combine them?

    Ed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Sims View Post
    Hey, there's 2 Boost-A-Pump threads going at the same time! Can we combine them?

    Ed
    Sounds good to me.
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