Swooki wrote:I did the resistance test of male terminal and i got = 1182 is that okay?
That's very close to what I got when I tested mine, so I would call that good
One thing you will find with an AE86 is that electrical connections build up a bit
of extra resistance due to old age, vibration and oxidation/corrosion. This means
that many times when a switch doesn't work, relays don't click or electrical stuff
just works a bit randomly, you can fix it by simply unplugging connectors, fuses,
relays etc and putting them back.
Pulling the connector apart and pushing it back together gives the contacting
surfaces a bit of a scrape/wipe/clean that removes the oxidation, and restores
a good contact. So when strange electrical gremlins infest your car, sometimes
pulling all the fuses and relays is all it takes. Loosening ground screws until you
can twist the lug back and forth a little, then tightening the screw again, does
the same thing for your ground connections.