As a new owner of a TR I am ecstatic. However, my first ride reminded me of the gremlins that lurk in these cars after making a quick stop and encountering a heat soaked starter. With that said, i read through the forums and immediately obtained the CE electric relay that was suggested and wired it in. Considering it was new to me I wanted to set a baseline so I also put in a new battery. On my first start after the relay install, it started much better with a much louder click than I had heard before. I warmed it up, drove it for a few and then took it back home to test the hot start issues. It didnt start, just lots of loud clicking from the starter that was clearly now getting a lot more power than before. On that note, I wanted to ask for some reference values as I still havent located the testing parameters and resistance values for many of the electrical bits. Thus far I have tested the following: 1. The tachometric relay does not appear to be functioning. Energizing it out of the car does not provide any click. Jumping terminals 30 and 87 in the fuse box does not allow it start either, but I do hear the fuel system activating, which doesnt happen with the relay installed. However, with 30 and 87 jumped, I dont get the starter click. With the relay installed I get the starter click but no start. Either way I confirmed it doesnt work in terms of closing the circuit. 2. Flywheel sensors (TDC and speed I believe): both ranged from 725-735 ohms. 3. Thermo time switch: 60 ohms - seems high no? 4. Water temp sensor (behind TTS): 25 kohms 5. Protection relay in black box: Something inside is loose and is rattling around but when I energize it, the switch clicks so it appears functional. I also jumped 30 and 87 on the socket and it did not allow the engine to start. I also tested the other relay next to it that looks like the TTS and it closed when energized. Does anyone have the manual and page where those values are? I cant search the manual I have downloaded thus far quickly and wanted to get the values of all important sensors, etc to test. Thanks a lot and I look forward to being a part of the community.