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Old 07-05-2009, 10:40 PM #1
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Quest Noid not Clicking

Alright, so I've been a long time without using my quest waiting to solder a new wiring harness onto the noid. I finally got around to doing it.

I had old green/black wiring on the solenoid.
I had red/red wiring which came with the Quest, and the battery harness which fit these are from Crankwalk. (both being used now)

What I did was snip half of the green/black wires off to expose wire, solder new wires on.

The noid isn't clicking.

I tried both WAS board and Rev 2.2 board.

Battery has good power.

What I am thinking is that the green/black wires aren't functional with the new red/red wires. Is this possible? If so, what can I do to fix it?

If not, what else could be my problem?
Since I last used my gear all of this worked until I put the new harness on.

Solder job seemed flawless before heat shrink went on.

Picture for reference: http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/4109/p1060094.jpg
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Old 07-06-2009, 08:09 AM #2
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should have totally replaced the noid wires. Now you have two places for a possible failure.

Break down the noid and make sure that everything is in correctly and properly lubed. Check the dye fourms to see a thread with pics (same noid as DM4,5,C, PM5)

problem may be at the solder joint from green/black to the noid. If possible, get a continuity meter and make sure that you have a solid connection.

You also need to check the connection from the old red/red to the white plastic connector. that has a greater failure rate than the solder joint.
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Old 07-06-2009, 09:56 AM #3
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How can I check the connection to the white connector?

How could I completely replace noid wires?
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