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    Rectify

    does anybody know if its possible for the rectifier to have any kind of leakage?


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    Leakage? are you talking about a liquid leak or a voltage leak?

    The rectifier contains no fluids.

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    Yeah, I have a bunch of white, looks like acid corrosion buildup around my rectifier bracket. Why is that? It doesn't seem so have affected anything though, but it looks bad. Is that what we're talking about? Where you remount the rectifier after removing the stock intake?

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    it will have issues down the road. Is the leakage you are seeing on the back side where it is opxy? if it is i would say the seal is compromised and will fail will fail soon.

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    I don't know where the leakage is comming from. I can't tell. There's just white corrosion that is really flaky all over the bracket that holds it. It's the bracket that mounts near the battery and provided by Riva after you remove the stock intake and need to remount the rectifier bracket.

    What happens if the rectifier fails? Do you just replace it or...?

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    could it be a reaction between the aluminum plate and stainless steel bolt mixed with salt air?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    could it be a reaction between the aluminum plate and stainless steel bolt mixed with salt air?
    I'm in Michigan....no salt water anywhere near me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXPkid View Post
    I'm in Michigan....no salt water anywhere near me.
    yeah well it was a thought

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    I Have A Ideal, If It Is Mounted Next To The Battery Like So Many Are It Could Be Battery Acid Getting On It. Check Your Battery Over Flow Hose.todd

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    Quote Originally Posted by apactorpedo View Post
    does anybody know if its possible for the rectifier to have any kind of leakage?
    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Leakage? are you talking about a liquid leak or a voltage leak?

    The rectifier contains no fluids.
    Quote Originally Posted by bigdeez View Post
    it will have issues down the road. Is the leakage you are seeing on the back side where it is opxy? if it is i would say the seal is compromised and will fail will fail soon.
    HAHAHAHAH
    rectifier
    leakage

    wow i am a sick little boy

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