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fixing a personal transponder

Old 09-09-2007, 04:10 PM
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My personal transponder has been in many cars. The ears have been cut off, the housing is cracked, and the connector has been soidered on a few times. It has just turned in to a big mess. Is there any kind of soiderless conectors and is there anyone that you put on a new case?

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that is something I would send back and fixed. I wouldn't try and take it apart or anything.
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Originally Posted by roadrashracing
My personal transponder has been in many cars. The ears have been cut off, the housing is cracked, and the connector has been soidered on a few times. It has just turned in to a big mess. Is there any kind of soiderless conectors and is there anyone that you put on a new case?
just an observation, that may not be the best place where to mount your transponder as you have the whole servo in the way between your transponder and the track sensor (most lap timing sensors are buried just beneat the track surface)
but if you're not having problems with your lap times/count, then i guess its ok.
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I'm not really worried about the case, I am just looking to clean up a soider job.
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