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We reworked the electrical connections to the transducer and the issue resolved.  I wouldn't have thought that loose electrical connections could have made FF go high.  I am guessing a loose power or signal wire would have flow indication go low - or to zero.  But, a loose ground wire might have been the culprit.  Thanks again for all your comments.  I will continue to watch it, of course.  But, it seems to be working correctly after an hour of operation.  

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We reworked the electrical connections to the transducer and the issue resolved.  I wouldn't have thought that loose electrical connections could have made FF go high.  I am guessing a loose power or

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We reworked the electrical connections to the transducer and the issue resolved.  I wouldn't have thought that loose electrical connections could have made FF go high.  I am guessing a loose power or signal wire would have flow indication go low - or to zero.  But, a loose ground wire might have been the culprit.  Thanks again for all your comments.  I will continue to watch it, of course.  But, it seems to be working correctly after an hour of operation.  

Curious which connections you reworked. Since you mentioned JPI, I assume you mean the Molex connector where the transducer pigtail connects to the wiring that runs to the engine monitor. The Molex connector is not a very high quality connector and uses tin plated pins. On my 1994 M20J, Mooney used a much better CPC connector which has gold plated pins. You might consider replacing the connector to avoid future problems.

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