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Old 03-22-2008, 02:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Rock Dog View Post
- if either Kevin and Mike still have the 1n4001 diode's for the "autoup" mod. I would like to give it a shot.
I have a whole drawer full of 1N400X diodes. You're welcome to as many as you need.

FYI:

1N4001 = 50 PIV (Peak Inverse Voltage)
1N4002 = 100PIV
1N4003 = 200PIV
1N4004 = 400PIV

A 1N4002, 3 or 4 can always be substituted in a 1N4001 application, they are all rated at 1 amp forward current. You'll typically see around .6 to .7 volts forward drop. In applications where that much drop can't be tolerated, you have to use Schottky diodes.
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Old 03-22-2008, 11:45 PM
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Thanks Jeff.. Today I ordered up the parts for the starter rebuild, and the belts "Burt" did not have in stock. took it for a drive today, and it is definitely a cushy ride compared to the fj40. i have to say i do miss the manual transmission, but it it still a kick to drive..
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