Re: [DML] 3 Quick Questions
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Re: [DML] 3 Quick Questions

1. - the switch is located on the driver's side of the gearbox.  Look for two 
wires dangling nearby.  The switch has a very low failure rate, so the 
wires have probably been pulled loose.

2.  www.  You are better off doing the entire
seat rather than just the area where the seatbelt has rubbed.

3.  Armour-all is terrible.  The  best solution for the sunshade is
to have it painted.  


-------------- Original message from "Robert J. Wilson" <rjwilson62@xxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 

> I am trying to "fix" 3 minor problems and need some information. 
> 1. The back-up lights do not function. The lamps are good. The 
> ground circuit at the lamps is good. The proper voltage is present 
> on the fuse. The fuse is good. Looking at the schematic, I am 
> suspecting the back-up switch or connections to it. I have searched 
> the manual. The question is "Where is the back-up light switch 
> located?" 
> 2. I would like to "freshen-up" some spots on the leather on the 
> driver's seat near where the left hand seat belt touches the seat. 
> The interior is grey. I think that I have heard of a matching 
> leather dye that is available but can't locate a reference to it. 
> Does anyone know where this is available? 
> 3. I have used "Armor All" on the black exterior trim (rear) and on 
> the louvers over the engine compartment. This does not stay bright 
> and non-faded looking for long. Is there a better product? 
> Thats what is on my mind at the moment. Any help would be greatly 
> appreciated. See you at the show in St. Charles, Illinois next 
> summer. 
> -- Bob Wilson 

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