1992 Dodge Shadow 196633 miles
I have a generalized question that could pertain to any car. Is it true that hot and cold temperatures can
control how electricity flows through a car's circuits?
I was told that all of the plastic and metal parts of
connectors, relays and other things can expand when
hot, contract when cold and actually work themselves
apart (or hang up as with relays) breaking the circuit,
and any old grease and gunk can make things worse
(grease getting cold and hard-stuff like that) Also if
the electricity pops back on thru one of these
connections could it cause a fire?
Thanks alot for your time and years of experience
Saturday, December 29th, 2007 AT 5:17 PM