In regards to SDTM problems:
A long while ago, I had planned on fabricating some adjustable spacers so that the ball would be resting on the plunger while in the scoop, as the plunger sits about 1/4" lower than the ball, and off center- resulting in random kickouts.
If the spring washer and/or other methods don't work, I definitely recommend doing this. The spring washer did the trick for me until the code update, and then I started getting SDTM drains again. The obvious underlying problem is that for whatever reason (flashers etc), the coil pulse power is inconsistent. This was addressed in the code update by allowing you to increase the pulse power, but it is still erratic, maybe even more so.....
With the erratic pulses, all you can do is try to control what you can- the spring washer helped to prevent coil movement, this fix will help prevent the chaos from the plunger hitting the ball off center, like a flubbed billiards shot lol. Anyhow-
After some quick measurements, there was really not enough space to fit in the adjusting nuts necessary for a stable jacking plate assembly, which is good, because this is even simpler.
All you need to do is:
a) Buy a package of "HEAVY DUTY ANTI-SKID PADS" from your local home depot, or order online. SKU is 101-032 (You'll also need a #12 3/4" machine screw and nylon nut, as well as a piece of 3/16"-3/32" heat-shrink tubing)
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