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Grab a q-tip and some acetone.
you'll need to clean all that silicone off the terminals. Otherwise - use a red/green scotch brite pad, or even some 120 or 180 sand paper.
Just be very carful. Once the silicone is off, and you just barely start to see copper under the tin - stop! You're right at the point you need to be for the connections.
Clean off the terminals with a little rubbing alcohol and put it all back together again.
I have my Ts Chip on now - and that's what I did, works like a champ.
2003 EX, 7.3L 4inch Lift, Nitto Trail Grappler's, KMC XD Spy's
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