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My first post---:huh:

It seems the LPTWS light decides to appear then disappear on the screen.:WTF

While I had the tires & wheels off last week, I wire tied the lines to prevent the big movement. :crazy:

It helped slow down the gremlin appearance on my screen.:rolleyes:

Can anyone point me in the right direction on finding the gremlin?:thud:

Thanks,
WAYNES WORLD
 

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I really wish I could give more info here, but without being on site its about between difficult and hopeless, AS MOST OF MY REPAIR AND HOT RODDING EXPERIANCE FALL IN THE 1957-1996 CORVETTES AND THE SAME DATE RANGE FOR OTHER CARS. and Ive never seen a similar problem,Id be thumbing the the shop manual at this point, myself, what year car? I have several shop manuals and might be able to look it up with more info to go on!:thumbsup:

I HOPE ONE OF THE OTHER GUYS CAN HELP OUT HERE!:thumbsup:
 

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Lptws Light

grumpyvette,

I have stumbled on the correction.:surprised

It seems that this will go into your file as a gremlin that has been fixed & is useful in a trivial pursuit game.:crazy:

It was the ground cable on the battery. I changed the tiny stud for a bolt when I added the battery tender. Well it seems that the washer was to big to tighten it down all the way down.:thud:
So a quick insert of a lock wadsher & we have no more LTPWS light to disturb the bride.:thumbsup:

You can use that in your coffee table book on repairs for a 94 corvette.

Thank You,
Wayne
 
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