Okay, sent you a PM or a 'Conversation' as this new software calls it... hate that term.From looking at the old post, megreenusmc1969 was my username.
Well, Appears you found the problem. A couple of us suspected the Ignition Relay was not getting a "ground" from the BAS. Or in your case the "bypass" connection of the BAS.UPDATE: Just wanted to give everyone an update. I am cautiously optimistic. Weather cleared up, but the temp went up also. I pulled off the seat, found the place where the BSA plug should have been, and someone had done their version of a bypass. They cut the plug off completely. Left a bare stripped end of the white wire laying out and taped together the green wire and the red/white wire. The tape was brittle and falling apart, when I undid the tape the two wires were not wrapped around each other at all, just taped together. I cut off the white wire, and wrapped it up so that it cannot touch anything. I then separated the green and red/white wires and I have the same symptoms as when the temperature is lower. I then touched the 2 together, and it worked like a charm. I went ahead and cut the rusted ends off of the wire and stripped down both the green and red/white wires, twisted them together, folded that over and then taped the heck out of it. Still works at the moment. Temp is supposed to drop Sunday night again, so I will see how things go Monday morning, as it is supposed to be in the 50's.
Thanks to Everyone for all of your help. I will provide an update as soon as I have one on Monday.
Me, me , me,II was one of the guys who figured such a thing might be the issue. I too am very confident you found the issue. And....the price was right. 😎Well, Appears you found the problem. A couple of us suspected the Ignition Relay was not getting a "ground" from the BAS. Or in your case the "bypass" connection of the BAS.
You might want to go back in there and "solder" those Green and Red/White wires together.. Even put a good "shrink wrap" over the wires....!!
Good that you "terminated" that White wire so it can't touch anything. It always has power with the ignition switch on....!!!!!
Note: Don't believe you need to do the "Hair Dryer/Heat Gun" test.....