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1994 Daimler Double Six

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Re: 1994 Daimler Double Six

Postby nlcrane » Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:55 pm

naki_k wrote:Is it certain then that all soldering will fail sooner or later? Even if there is not any movement as such between the points soldered?


In a controlled atmosphere with no vibration or stress then probably no, but we are talking car components here, temperature variations, stress and sometimes severe vibrations is the norm.
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Re: 1994 Daimler Double Six

Postby nlcrane » Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:05 pm

I have praised the electronics on these old lady's of ours on several occasions as being state of the art for their time, but they were, however, not built to MIL military specifications, I mean after all they are motor cars and not Chieftain tanks and as such have a purely commercially dictated limited life cycle.
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