Re: [DML] New D Owner - more repair questions
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Re: [DML] New D Owner - more repair questions

Not that I trust to work on this car. I dont think its anything crossed, as the car was hardly 
driven. I think its just corrosion and age that has taken its course on this car. Electric-wise 
right now I need to fix the engine compartment light, which I think has something to do 
with the switch (may just buy a whole new assembly). However, I need to find out why the 
horn is not working, as well as try to determine why the dome lights do not work correctly. 
Should be fun...

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, lordshill@xxxx wrote:
> Derek..
>     I'm hoping you have a color copy of the wiring  diagram.  Sounds like a 
> lot of crossed wires. Any good auto electric shops  around you?
> Roy  #0893
> In a message dated 7/25/2005 2:15:44 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
> derek.grozio@xxxx writes:
> Something screwy here? Any clues? 
> So far I have added new  fuses/relays, which fixed all instrument cluser 
> gauges, and door 
> lights.  Took apart tail lights, cleaned contacts, replaced bulbs. Put on 
> eyebrow fix,  
> changed headlights. Installed an air bleeder kit, as well as the fan fail  
> kit. Fixed leaky 
> mode switch. Any help is appreciated,  thanks.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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