The New England M.G. ‘T’ Register has a long history of providing its members with advice and technical expertise on the restoration and maintenance of our special cars. We present some of our favorite technical articles and tips here for members and visitors alike.
When you are trying to track down the source of electrical problems on your car, it's handy to have several miniature jumper cables or patch cords around. With some 16 gauge insulated wire and a few alligator clips you can make patch cords any length you wish. Kept in the toolbox, they will be useful for bypassing circuits suspected of being faulty, testing generators and regulators, and as temporary get-the-car-home replacements for broken wires.
by F.E. Old III, #2271
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