I think I remember having to sit through a training session on the stuff (trike). It may have been used in the gas turbines' water-injection systems... but, don't take my word for it.<quoted text>
That was the same trico. Replaced carbon tet. Was great in well ventilated areas.
I'd say you could be correct... were it not for the fact that most every conceivable culprit had been swapped out... the PDC, ECU, starter, solenoid... you name it. All except for the wiring harness(es).Offhand I would say the problem was corrosion from contacts not drying out before juice was applied. First time you do that it starts corroding. If you used a spray gun you likely got some vapor in your starter, distributor or something not hermetically sealed. Could flat be an old starter. I had similar on my Jeep starting until I just changed the starter.
Battery terminals in humid climates suffer that corrosion. Humidity collects in the tiny spaces where the terminal and connector meet, then start corroding even though they look OK on the outside. Why you need to slap some vaseline or grease over them. That stupid little problem has sold many, many, many, many alternators to the unwary. The corrosion also blocks the charging.
Traded that Jeep for another new one... almost had a new one anyway, sorta.
When I said it wouldn't start, it was to say that it wouldn't even turn over... just to clarify.
Doesn't matter. It's someone else's problem now. <<< That being a somewhat funny story in itself (briefly met the dude, almost).
It is less expensive than SG.I loved purple stuff.