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Re: IHC Ether Starting Aid

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thank you. Getting this working is my today project

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 Re: IHC Ether Starting Aid in reply to moonlite37, 11-27-2019 05:29:03  
An easy place to start might be to supply 12 volts via jumper wire from the positive battery post to the NON grounded wire connector on the injector.
If it clicks, the electrical part of the injector mechanism is fine. If no click, verify that the unit is adequately grounded. This can also be accomplished with another jumper wire. If neither of these wiring workarounds work, thereís a good chance the unit is shot.
Now, find out if 12 volts is indeed being delivered when you push the button. Note that some were wired in series with the starter solenoid, so itís possible your push button wonít work unless the starter is turning.
Another problem we had on semis was the injector nozzle inside the intake manifold would get plugged from debris which got in during a canister change. Disconnect the small tube from the injector and try it again. If fluid squirts out, the nozzle may be clogged or the tube leaks or got disconnected.

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